posted by Linda Downs — Oct 28, 2014
Abundantly illustrated by photographs from the 2014 Annual Conference in Chicago, the report presents a summary of an enormously productive year that included several major projects: a copublishing agreement with Taylor & Francis that brought all of CAA’s scholarly journals online; the ongoing fair-use initiative that will soon establish practical guidelines for the visual arts; and the restructuring of the individual membership program to better accommodate part-time faculty and independent art historians and artists.
Also covered is an overview of the CAA-Getty International Program, which brought twenty scholars from around the world to the Chicago conference, as well as a selected list of grants received during the fiscal year and statistics related to CAA News, www.collegeart.org, and social media. An update on professional-development activities and a financial statement on the 2014 fiscal year close the report.
We hope you will enjoy reading about CAA’s accomplishments.