Do you believe that all students are entitled to an arts-rich education? Join our fight to ensure that all Maryland public school students have access to high-quality arts education today!
We want to hear from you!
AEMS deeply values everyone in our Maryland arts education community. We want to learn with you, hear from you, and support you in your advocacy journey. Is there an AEMS tool that is particularly useful for you? A resource you wish we provided? Let us know by emailing email@example.com with the subject line “Community Feedback.”
Join the AEMS Educator Council
AEMS is looking for arts educators* committed to racial equity to join our Educator Council. The Council is an advisory group that helps AEMS address systemic issues through arts education by supporting our professional development and advocacy initiatives. As a council member, you’ll be able to share your expertise, learn from others, and expand your professional network. AEMS Educator Council meetings are held virtually every quarter.
*current and former classroom arts teachers, non-arts classroom teachers, and teaching artists
Become an AEMS Ambassador
Ambassadors are under-40 professionals committed to racial equity and arts education. Being an AEMS Ambassador will help us find ways to address systemic issues through arts education and give you opportunities to share your expertise, learn from others, and expand your professional network. Commitments for being an AEMS Ambassador include quarterly (virtual) meetings, quarterly pay-your-age dues, and serving on a working committee. Interested? Fill out a quick interest form at bit.ly/AEMSAmbassador
Become an AEMS Member
Donate $150 or more to support our work and become a member today!
Every donation, large or small, makes a difference
Contact AEMS Development Director Rachel McGrain at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.