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We are very excited about partnering with Any Given Child Jacksonville and Downtown Vision, Inc. for November’s Art Walk! Mark your calendar for November 5th! http://jacksonvilleartwalk.com/


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August 13th 8:00am The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

September 16th 4:30pm Art Resource Center

October 14th 4:30pm Art Resource Center (Presenter TBA)

November 18th 4:30pm Art Resource Center

December 16th 4:30 Art Resource Center

January 20th 4:30pm Art Resource Center

February 17th 4:30pm Art Resource Center (Presenter TBA)

March 17th 4:30pm Location TBA

April 21st 4:30pm Art Resource Center (Presenter TBA)

May 19th 4:30pm Art Resource Center

June 10th 1:00pm End of Year Luncheon at Mimi’s Café

June 16th 4:30pm Summer Board Meeting Art Resource Center

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Is anybody else from the Duval Art Teacher’s Association Going?

Inferno Street Party

Celebrating the 38th Annual Cultural Council Art Awards

May 1, 2014
Marble Bank Building, Downtown Jacksonville


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We have several DATA Members partcipating in this event. Let’s show them our support.

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FAEA Conference 2013

We are having a great time at conference in Daytona Beach! Congratulations Terry Woodlief, Gerie Leah and Glendia Cooper for winning the Museum Educator, Retired Educator, and Florida Educator of the year!


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Pictured from left to right
Tony Sznakowski, Terry Woodlief, Jack Matthews, Meche Farah, and Ed Sauk


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Social Media

During our DATA meeting Social Media was brought up. I thought as your DATA president I would just speak briefly on how vulnerable a teacher who uses social media such as personal blogs, Facebook, Twitter, etc. can be. Like it or not teachers are held to a higher standard. Putting yourself out there and expressing yourself can get you in hot water if you’re not careful.

1.      Don’t Post Inappropriate Activities.

2.      Don’t Diss your Students, Teacher, District or Faculty or Staff

3.      Keep Confidential Information Confidential

4.      Utilize Privacy Settings

A couple rules I follow in regards to social media: if I wouldn’t say to the person directly, I don’t post it on the “interweb”. I also try to make sure my posts promote the arts and speak on the positives. You never know who is reading your posts. No matter how private you think they are.

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