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Your Feedback on CAA 2018

Members gave us lots of feedback on CAA 2018. We are putting it to use.

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Announcing New Benefits for CAA Individual Members

Introducing new benefits for travel, insurance, and technology and design programs.

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Arming Teachers? Here's What Our Members Think

Read over 150 responses in members' own words. Read More

Zachary Kaiser presents CitationBomb on Art Journal Open

A new artist project aims to inspire scholarly rebellion. Read More

Explore the Latest Issue of The Art Bulletin

On medieval pilgrimage practices, Hale Woodruff’s murals, photography during the 1980s human-rights conflicts between the US and Nicaragua, and more.
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2018 CAA and Terra Publication Grant Winners Announced

CAA and the Terra Foundation for American Art announce winners of the 2018 International Publication Grant winners. Read More

Nominations Open for CAA Publications

Submit your nominations for positions with The Art Bulletin, Art Journal, and caa.reviews by April 2nd!
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Professor's Anti-Trump Artwork Deemed "Too Controversial"

An interview with Polk State professor and artist Serhat Tanyolacar.
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New in caa.reviews
This week in caa.reviews, a look at Theophilus and medieval art, and SmartHistory.org.

An Interview with Jim Hopfensperger, the New President of CAA
"I am drawn to how creating art/design objects—one-at-a-time and by hand—reinforces and reaffirms what it means to be a human being." Meet CAA's new president.

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Your weekly roundup of creative and professional news.

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Do You Know a CAA-Friendly Person Who Knows Numbers?
CAA is looking for an individual to serve the association as its treasurer.

Explore the Latest Issue of The Art Bulletin
On medieval pilgrimage practices, Hale Woodruff’s murals, photography during the 1980s human-rights conflicts between the US and Nicaragua, and more.

Serve on a CAA Award Jury - Deadline Extended!
Help CAA decide who receives the 2019 awards for teaching, writing, conservation, feminist practice and more.