CAA is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of travel support through the CAA-Getty International Program. In an effort to promote greater interaction and exchange between American and international art historians and artists, CAA will bring colleagues from around the world to its Annual Conference, this year to be held in New York City from February 11-14, 2015. This is the fourth year of the program, which has been generously funded by grants from the Getty Foundation since its inception. The participants—professors of art history, curators, and artists who teach art history—were selected by a jury of CAA members from a highly competitive group of applicants. Their names and affiliations are listed below. In addition to covering travel expenses, hotel accommodations, and per diems, the CAA-Getty International Program includes support for conference registration and a one-year CAA membership.
The CAA-Getty International Program participants’ activities begin with a one-day preconference colloquium on international issues in art history, during which they meet with U.S.-based CAA members to discuss common interests and challenges. The participants are assisted throughout the conference by CAA member hosts, who recommend relevant panel sessions and introduce them to specific colleagues who share their interests. Members of CAA’s International Committee have agreed to serve as hosts, along with representatives from several Affiliated Societies of CAA.
CAA hopes that this program will not only increase international participation in the organization’s activities, but will also expand international networking and the exchange of ideas both during and after the conference. The CAA-Getty International Program supplements CAA’s regular program of Annual Conference Travel Grants for graduate students and international artists and scholars. We look forward to welcoming the recipients at the next Annual Conference in New York City.
2015 CAA-Getty International Program Participants
Mokammal Bhuiyan, Professor, Department of Archeology, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh
Dafne Cruz Porchini, Curator, Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico
Boureima Diamitani, Executive Director, West African Museums Program, Burkina Faso
Ljerka Dulibic, Senior Research Associate, Curator of Italian Paintings 1400-1900, Strossmayer, Gallery of Old Masters, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Croatia
Georgina Gluzman, Assistant Professor of Argentine Art History, Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina
Angelo Kakande, Senior Lecturer and Head of Department of Industrial Arts and Applied Design, Makarere University, College of Engineering, Design Art and Technology, Uganda
Nazar Kozak, Senior Researcher, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Department of Art Historical Studies, Ukraine
Savita Kumari, Assistant Professor, National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology, India
Nomusa Makhubu, Lecturer, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Ana Mannarino, Adjunct Professor of Art History, Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Brazil
Marton Orosz, Curator, and Director of the Vasarely Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
Andrey Shabanov, Associate Research Fellow, Lecturer, European University at St. Petersburg, Art History Department, Russia
Shao Yiyang, Professor, Head of Western Art Studies, Central Academy of Fine Arts, China
Lize Van Robbroeck, Associate Professor, Stellenbosch University, Department of Visual Arts, South Africa
Nora Veszpremi, Lecturer, Institute of Art History, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest