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Annual Conference

In 2017, CAA will return to New York for its 105th Annual Conference. The four-day event will be held at the Hilton New York Midtown from Wednesday, February 15 through Saturday, February 18. Registration opens in early fall 2016.

CAA’s Annual Conference consists of four days and over 200 presentations, panel discussions, workshops, special events, and exhibitions exploring the study, practice, and history of art and visual culture. As the best-attended international forum in the visual arts, the Annual Conference offers an unparalleled opportunity to expand your professional network, meet with potential employers, and strengthen your skills in a professional-development workshop, mentoring session, or portfolio review. CAA’s annual gathering facilitates networking opportunities and enables you to exchange ideas and information with colleagues from across the globe. 

Browse programming from the 2016 Annual Conference in Washington, DC.

Read about changes to the Annual Conference.

Individual CAA members receive discounts on conference registration. See the table below for the best value on conference registration when paired with membership. Institutional members can register up to ten faculty and staff members at the reduced, individual-member rate during the early registration period, and additionally receive the member rate on Interview Hall booths and tables.

Membership rates and registration rates

Deadline Onsite Onsite
Discount Member Prices
CAA STUDENT MEMBER $60 $110 $160 $15
CAA RETIRED MEMBER $80 $150 $195 $15
Regular Member Prices
BASIC MEMBER $125 $330 $495 $20
PREMIUM $195 $185 $295 $20
Donor Circle Member Prices
SUSTAINING $300 $185 $295 $20
PATRON $600 $185 $295 $20
LIFE $5,000 $185 $295 $20
NON MEMBER $410 $595 $35

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