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Registration Now Open for the 2019 CAA Annual Conference

Four days for everyone in the arts with over 300 sessions and panels, dozens of receptions, tours, professional development workshops, and exhibitors.

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Notable Speakers at CAA 2019

Joyce J. Scott, Elizabeth Hill Boone, Stephen Burks, and many others at CAA 2019.

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Distinguished Artist Interviews 2019

Julie Mehretu interviewed by Julia Bryan-Wilson and Guadalupe Maravilla interviewed by Sheila Maldonado.

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CAA Announces Guidelines to Protect Arts and Humanities Programs and Departments

Introducing a vital new resource.

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CAA Announces 2019 CAA-Getty Scholars

The 20 participants hail from New Zealand, Hong Kong, Nigeria, Ukraine, and other countries.

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Fund for Travel to Special Exhibitions Now Open for Applications

The $1 million fund will allow art history classes to travel to special exhibitions.
Deadline: January 15, 2019

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Notice of CAA 107th Annual Business Meeting
The 2019 Annual Business Meeting will be called to order February 13th.

CAA 106th Annual Business Meeting Minutes
Read the minutes from the 2018 Annual Business Meeting.

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Announcing Milette Gaifman and Lillian Lan-ying Tseng as Coeditors of The Art Bulletin
It's the first joint editorship in the 105-year history of the journal.

Childcare Available at 2019 CAA Annual Conference
For the first time, childcare will be available at the Annual Conference.

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January 30, 2019

Advance Conference Registration Closes

February 13–16, 2019

107th CAA Annual Conference in New York City

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