myCAA is a way for us to tell our members, and even those outside our membership in the arts and culture field, that we are listening. And that we want to hear from you!
Art Journal Open’s Conversations series presents a space for exchanging ideas and furthering the discourse on contemporary art. The newest contributions to Conversations focus on the role that artist residencies play in artistic creation.
With generous support from the Getty Foundation, CAA will host a reunion for the College Art Association-Getty International Program scholars at the 2017 Conference in New York.
The first staff interview is with Paul Skiff, a spoken-word artist, performer, and CAA assistant director for Annual Conference.
Each week CAA News summarizes eight articles, published around the web, that CAA members may find interesting and useful in their professional and creative lives.
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