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CAA’s nine Professional Interests, Practices, and Standards Committees welcome their newly appointed members, who will serve three-year terms (2012–15). In addition, three new chairs will take over committee leadership, with one current chair appointed for an additional year. New committee members and chairs will begin their terms next month at the 100th Annual Conference, to be held February 22–25, 2012, in Los Angeles. CAA warmly thanks all outgoing committee members for their years of service to the organization.

A call for nominations for these committees appears annually from July to September in CAA News and on the CAA website. CAA’s president, vice president for committees, and executive director review all nominations in December and make appointments that take effect the following February.

New Committee Members and Chairs

Committee on Diversity Practices: Peggy Blood, Savannah State University; Sunanda K. Sanyal, Art Institute of Boston; and Susan Zurbrigg, James Madison University. Barbara Nesin, president of the CAA Board of Directors, is a new board liaison.

Committee on Intellectual Property: Elaine Koss, Frick Collection; Judith Metro, National Gallery of Art; and Gretchen Wagner, ARTstor.

Committee on Women in the Arts: Temma Balducci, Arkansas State University; Melissa Dabakis, Kenyon College; Kalliopi Minioudaki, independent curator and art historian, New York; Margaret Murphy, independent artist and curator, Jersey City; and Sarah Schuster, Oberlin College.

Education Committee: Barbara Airulla, Franklin University. Rosenne Gibel has been appointed chair for one more year, and Hilary Braysmith received a term extension for committee membership through February 2013. Georgia Strange of the University of Georgia joins the committee as a board liaison.

International Committee: Timothy Collins, Glasgow School of Art; Radha Dalal, College of Charleston; and Rosemary O’Neill, Parsons the New School of Design. Ann Albritton of Ringling College of Art and Design has been named committee chair, succeeding Jennifer D. Milam of the University of Sydney. Anne-Imelda Radice of the Dilenschneider Group is a new board liaison.

Museum Committee: Bruce Boucher, University of Virginia Art Museums; Saadia N. Lawton, Lincoln University; and Celka Straughn, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence.

Professional Practices Committee: Elliot Bostwick Davis, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and Helen C. Evans, Metropolitan Museum of Art. James Hopfensperger of Western Michigan University takes over as chair from Charles Wright of Western Illinois University.

Services to Artists Committee: Blane De St. Croix, independent artist, Brooklyn; Niku Kashef, California State University, Northridge; and Jenny Krasner, independent artist, New York. Sharon Louden, an independent artist based in New York, succeeds Jacki Apple of Art Center College of Design as chair. Saul Ostrow of the Cleveland Institute of Art is a new liaison from the CAA board.

Student and Emerging Professionals Committee: Anitra Haendel, California Institute of the Arts; Amanda Hawley Hellman, Emory University; and Megan Koza Young, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence. Serving as board liaison is Leslie Bellavance of Alfred University.