Resources for California Visual Arts Educators

The California Art Education Association offers links to the following visual art educators’ resources:

Northern Region Resources

Blue Line Arts
Blue Line Arts is a non-profit organization and active community resource established to promote the arts in Roseville, California. Blue Line Arts showcases the works of regional and national artists, complete with flexible exhibition space suitable for small musical performances, lectures and demonstrations. A special children's gallery provides a dedicated location for children's programs. 

Arts and Business Council of Sacramento
The mission of the Arts & Business Council of Sacramento is to promote partnerships between the business community and arts organizations in order to enhance the economy and enrich the quality of life in the Sacramento region.

Additional Resources

The California Arts Project’s central mission is to improve teaching and learning in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts. Through its statewide and regional leadership and professional development centers The California Arts Project serves as a learning community of educators, Pre-K through University, with a focus on teacher as teacher, teacher as learner, teacher as leader, and teacher as artist.

The California Arts Project's Sites
Northern California Arts Project (NCAP) - CSU Chico
Bay Area California Arts Project (BayCAP) - San José State University
RIMS California Arts Project (RIMS CAP) - CSU San Bernardino
Los Angeles Basin California Arts Project (LAB CAP) - CSU San Bernardino
Southern Counties California Arts Project (SouthCAP) - San Diego State University
TCAP Leadership & Learning Center - CSU San Bernardino

Courageous Creativity Conference: TCAP presents the Courageous Creativity Conference in June of each year. This unique conference is open to educators and administrators in Kindergarten through 12th grade, post-secondary, district and state levels and provides insight into the link between visual and performing arts education and the arts, media, and entertainment careers.

NAEA provides numerous learning opportunities including it's primary event, the national conference. It is held each year around the country and features keynote speakers, panels, sessions, workshops, tours and events. Learn more about the convention by visiting the NAEA Events page.

For more information about NAEA's learning opportunities, please visit their website:

Support the Arts in California

Support the Arts in California by purchasing a Drive the Arts license plate. Proceeds from sales and renewals of California’s Arts Plate support arts education programs across the state. Visit to learn more.