The NYSATA News is a publication by members for members. It contains information and articles vital to the field of art education in New York State. Advocacy information and current news about NYSATA initiatives are also included. Three digital issues per year are published, along with one print issue (Conference Edition) that is mailed in the Fall.

Inside the Current Issue:

Teaching at a Distance

The new issue of the NYSATA News is now available online!

This issue of the News has articles centered on “Teaching at a Distance” – and art teachers like you, from all grade levels and diverse districts, are telling their stories about successes, strategies, altered thinking and developing instruction survival skills.

Our profession has never seen such disruption – all of us have spent the last few months scrambling over our curriculum, our connection to students, our teaching methods, and our personal lives. Find your community and inspiration in these pages.


Just click on the cover to the right to view our exciting digital version of the Spring/Summer Issue of the NYSATA News!

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Features ePageView:

Members will be able to click on The NYSATA News, and regardless of their platform/device, they will be able to load, browse, and enjoy dynamic content. The ePageView™ e-reader includes all these great features:

  • Powerful Imaging: the News can be viewed on your computer (best quality, requires up to date flash plug-in) as well as your ipad, kindle fire, iphone, android, and blackberry devices. Mobile devices do not have the animation feature but will allow you to scroll through the pages as with any e-reader app.
  • Search: Readers can easily perform full text searches in a single edition or entire publication archive. The search results are highlighted in each page.
  • Video, Audio, and Link Support: Readers can click on any blue hyperlink to connect to web pages or emails. We are just getting started! Look for video and multimedia content in future issues!
  • Bookmark: If you think you can only put tabs on printed books, think again! With the bookmark feature, readers can add tabs to bookmark their favorite pages.
  • Print: print any articles or pages you choose. 
  • Sticky Notes: Readers will be able to create sticky notes anywhere on a page and view them when they come back to read the News. Readers can easily edit or delete sticky notes at anytime they desire.
  • Sharing: With the Share feature, they can either email the News they are reading to a friend, as well as post it on HUNDREDS of social networking sites! Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr anyone?
  • Flexibility: The ability to Download to PDF from ePageView if you prefer reading in traditional format.

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NYSATA News Current Issues

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Previous Electronic Issues

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2020 Fall

2020 NYSATA News Winteralt

2019 NYSATA News Conference Edition alt

2019 NYSATA News Fallalt

2019 NYSATA News Spring/Summeralt

2019 NYSATA News Winteralt

2018 NYSATA News Spring/Summeralt

2017 NYSATA News Winter/Spring alt

2016 NYSATA News Fall/Winter alt
2016 NYSATA News Spring/Summer alt
2016 NYSATA News Winter Edition
NYSATA News 2015 Fall alt
NYSATA News 2015 Spring

NYSATA News 2015 Winter

NYSATA News 2014 Fall
NYSATA News 2014 Conference Edition alt
NYSATA News 2014 Summer alt

NYSATA News 2014 Winter/Spring alt

NYSATA News 2013 Spring/Summer alt

NYSATA News 2013 
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NYSATA News 2012 
Winter alt
NYSATA News 2011 Late Summer alt
 2011 Winter alt
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NYSATA News 2010 Winter Pages 1-10 alt
NYSATA News 2010 Winter Pages 11-18 alt

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