The Florida Art Education Association (FAEA) has announced its 2020 award winners. These awards recognize individuals within the membership who have achieved the highest level of professionalism in art education and show appreciation for individuals or organizations that have contributed their services in an exemplary way to the association and to shared professional goals.
Dr. Nicole Crane, art teacher at Elbridge Gale Elementary School in Wellington, is the winner of FAEA’s 2020 Florida Outstanding Art Educator of the Year Award.
“It is my pleasure to share in the celebration of those who have achieved the highest level of professionalism in art education,” FAEA President Dr. Jackie Henson-Dacey said. “FAEA appreciates and embraces these individuals for their dedication and commitment to art education in the State of Florida.”
FAEA will honor the 2020 award winners during the virtual awards ceremony at its Virtual Annual Professional Development Conference set for Sunday, Nov. 8 from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. FAEA’s virtual conference will feature artist Gordon James as keynote speaker.
For more information, visit www.faea.org.