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October 14, 2014

Registration open for 103rd Annual Conference

College Art Association (CAA)

The CAA Book and Trade Fair in Chicago 2014. Photo by Bradley Marks.

CAA returns to New York for its 103rd Annual Conference to be held at the New York Hilton Midtown from Wednesday, February 11 to Saturday, February 14. As the world’s largest international forum for professionals in the visual arts, the conference offers more than 200 sessions, panel discussions, roundtables, and meetings on topics in current art scholarship and practice. Join more than 5,000 artists, art historians, museum directors and curators, arts administrators, scholars, and educators in networking opportunities and the exchange of ideas and information between colleagues from across the globe.

This year’s highlights include Convocation Keynote address by Dave Hickey, opening night reception at the Museum of Modern Art, the Thirteenth Annual Distinguished Scholar session honoring Robert Farris Thompson, the Annual Distinguished Artists’ Interviews with William Pope.L and Ursula von Rydingsvard, the Book and Trade Fair with over 120 publishers, art materials manufacturers, and services in the arts, and much more.

CAA members enjoy many of the conference’s career development offerings, including access to the Interview Hall, free of charge. Mentoring sessions, such as artist portfolio reviews and résumé and CV critiques, are now open for enrollment. Complete this form by December 12. For a fee, participants can also register for Professional Development Workshops, including “Staying on Track with the Tenure Track” and “Grant Writing for Artists.”

Registration is now open. Click here to register online or download a registration form to register by mail or fax. A full schedule and list of sessions can be found on the conference website or in the digital Conference Information and Registration Booklet.


About CAA
The College Art Association is the world’s largest professional association for artists, art historians, arts professionals, and arts organizations. CAA serves as an advocate and a resource for individuals and institutions nationally and internationally by offering forums to discuss the latest developments in the visual arts and art history through its Annual Conference, publications, exhibitions, website, and other programs, services, and events. CAA focuses on a wide range of advocacy issues, including education in the arts, freedom of expression, intellectual-property rights, cultural heritage and preservation, workforce topics in universities and museums, and access to networked information technologies. Representing its members’ professional needs since 1911, CAA is committed to the highest professional and ethical standards of scholarship, creativity, criticism, and teaching.

For more information, please contact Hillary Bliss, CAA development and marketing manager, at [email protected] or T +1 212 392 4436.

 

Registration is open for the College Art Association 103rd Annual Conference in New York City

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