3 Hands-On Ideas to Steal From National Art Education Association

3 Hands-On Ideas to Steal From National Art Education Association

By Hayley Panagakis, August 11, 2016

Interactive experiences make all the difference in attendee engagement. “Hands-on activities are a great way for attendees to roll up their sleeves and do something they might not ordinarily do at home,” says Krista Brooke, visual communications and creative strategies manager at National Art Education Association. Steal these three colorful ideas from NAEA’s 2016 National Convention to take creative experiences to the next level.

> During NAEA’s opening reception, attendees sipped wine and collaborated to design artwork on large white cubes. The boxes were later stacked in exhibit hallways for attendees to rearrange and keep the creativity going.

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