The International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) is the first global network of national arts funding bodies. The mission of IFACCA is to create an international resource and meeting ground for all those who publicly support excellence and diversity in artistic endeavour.
The European Network of Observatories in the Field of Arts and Cultural Education (ENO) connects knowledge centres in European countries. It aims to facilitate the exchange of research findings and innovative practice, to stimulate new research in arts and cultural education and to support the development of arts education within the framework of global UNESCO-policies and guidelines for education, culture and sustainable development.
Creativity Portal® is an invigorating community alive with the voices of creativity coaches, artists, writers, and business professionals sharing their knowledge and expertise, inspiring creative exploration and expression in everyone.
Online since 2000, Creativity Portal receives tens of thousands of daily visitors (millions annually) seeking articles, art & craft projects, book reviews, creativity and writing prompts, and resources to nurture their creative lives.
UNESCO Observatory on Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts brings together people with shared interests in the arts and encourages activities that cross disciplinary divisions, drawing on the combined expertise of national and internationally recognised researchers. The Observatory's focus crosses over the areas of architecture; the physical, natural, social and health sciences; well-being, culture, heritage, arts practice, education in the arts, community arts practice, research methodology, philosophy, ethics and program evaluation across pure, strategic, applied and action research.
Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts (ISEA), founded in the Netherlands in 1990, is an international nonprofit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and emerging technologies. ISEA publishes a newsletter; hosts an online archive and exchange environment and oversees the International Symposium on Electronic Art, a regular gathering of the international art, science and technology community.
International Art Education Association (InAEA) is a non-profit organization located in the virtual world of Second Life and on the web. The goal of InAEA is to build bridges amoun art educators around the world and promote the importance of art education. All members are encouraged to devote their knowledge to the association, attend monthly meetings, and post related articles on the InAEA website. (InSEA Affiliate)
International Association of Arts (AIAP) is a Non Governmental Organization in operation with UNESCO.
Museums Around The World:
Directory of Arts + Culture Organizations & Festivals
Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon
For more information see:
Musa Heritage Gallery (Mus'Art), Mus’Art Gallery, Cameroon
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The ARTerial Network
A Network of African Artists and Arts Organizations (offers free newsletter)
Korea Art Education Association
Society for Art Education of Korea
Korea Elementary Art Education Association
Korea Society for Education through Art
Korea Arts and Culture Education Service (KACES) - KACES is a governmental agency dedicated to the advancement and promotion of arts and culture education in South Korea.
BOEKWE Berufsverband Oesterreichischer Kunst- und WerkerzierherInnen (Austria)
Danmarks Billedkunst Laerere (Denmark)
EstSEA Estonian Society for Education through Art/ Eesti Kunstihariduse Ühing (Estonian)
Finnish Art Education Association (Finland)
Bund Deutscher Kunsterzieher (Germany)
ATAI Art Teachers Association of Ireland (Ireland)
Riga School of Arts (Latvia)
VLBV (Netherlands, in Dutch)
Associação de Professores de Expressão e Communicacão Visual (Portugal, in Portuguese)
ADDICT Creative Industries (Portugal)
Colbacat, the Catalan Association of Teachers of Art Education (Spain, in Spanish)
National Society for Education in Art & Design (United Kingdom)
British Council - The purpose of the British Council is to build mutually beneficial relationships between people in the UK and other countries and to increase appreciation of the UK’s creative ideas and achievements. This work is driven by a strong belief in internationalism, a commitment to professionalism and an enthusiasm for creativity.
Arts Council England - Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts in England, it works to get more art to more people in more places. Arts Council England develops and promotes the arts across England, acting as an independent body at arm’s length from government.
Folk Next - Folk Nest is an ICH (Intangible Cultural Heritage) themed tourism network that aims to nurture the folk art through sustainable art tourism providing scholars and arts students, artists and art enthusiasts with an opportunity to work, collaborate and learn from folk artists while contributing to their welfare.
Federação de Arte Educadores do Brasil (Portuguese)
Artsmarts Sign up on the homepage for free newsletter.
Art Special Interest Council of the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers Association
Association Québécoise des Éducatrices et Éducateurs Spécialisés en Arts Plastiques (AQÉSAP)
British Columbia Art Teachers Association (BCATA)
Manitoba Association of Art Educators (MAAE)
New Brunswick Art Education (NBAEC)
Nova Scotia Art Teacher Association (NSATA)
Ontario Society for Education through Art (OSEA)
Prince Edward Island Art Teachers Association (PEIATA)
Saskatchewan Society for Education through Art (SSEA)
The USA National Art Education Associations (NAEA) New White Paper on Learning in a Visual Age (PDF)
ARTSEDGE The National Arts and Education Information Network
NAEA - National Art Education Association
Arkansas Art Education Association
Florida Art Education Association
Kansas Art Education Association
Art Educators of New Jersey
Art schools hub-page contains a wealth of information regarding the country's best art degrees and the careers that they can lead to. A variety of art types are inspected, including graphic design, fashion, and music production. Key updates to the art schools branch include:
- Sub-pages dedicated to specific art focuses
- An updated search tool to find art schools meeting various criteria around the country
- Typical timeline for art degrees at various education levels
Southern Districts Visual Arts Network
ArtsEdNet Art Education Links (USA/ English)
International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation (MUS-E)
International Drama, Theatre and Education Association (IDEA)
STEM-A: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Through Art