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posted by CAA — Sep 20, 2017

Anna Halprin, detail of installation, documenta Halle, Kassel, documenta 14. Photo: Mathias Völzke

Each week CAA News summarizes articles, published around the web, that CAA members may find interesting and useful in their professional and creative lives.

University of California Sues Trump over DACA

Has your college taken a stand on DACA?
(Read more from The Chronicle of Higher Education.)

A New Museum Opens Every Year in LA

This February the CAA conference will be in LA.  There are so many great museums that it seems that one in opening virtually every year.

(Read more from Hyperallergic.)

Teaching Ph.D.s How to Teach

There are so many options in training the next generation in of talented faculty.
(Read more from The Chronicle of Higher Education.)

Do You Withhold Your Opinions?

Some say that art historians and critics withheld their opinions because it can earn them enemies.  Do you agree?

(Read more from e-flux.)

Plenty to See Here

The NYTimes offers its amazing showcase of exhibitions to watch this fall.

(Read more from The New York Times.)

NH Institute Sets Up Fellowship and Expands Photo Collection

Amazing gift of more than 500 prints by significant 20th Century artists: Harry Callahan, Paul Caponigro, Imogen Cunningham, Lee Friedlander, Kenneth Josephson, Andre Kertesz, Sally Mann, Elliot Porter, Man Ray, Edward Steichen, Jock Sturges, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, and Minor White.
(Read more from The Association of Independent Colleges of Art & Design.)

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