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posted by CAA — Oct 11, 2017

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

In the art world, is sex more controversial than race?

There has been a lot of discussion recently about particular pieces of art that have caused agita for museum administrators, curators, artists and the general public.  But what are the real touch points? (Read more from Nylon).

Changing sex and gender?

Artist Nayland Blake’s Gnomen at the New Museum changes sex and gender. (Read more from Hyperallergic).

Hmmm.  Can anyone reshape art history?

The sculptor, Ruth Asawa challenges traditional notions of art history. (Read more from The New Yorker).

Engage the humanities faculty for greater career outcome

Figuring out how an education in the humanities can make a career impact. (Read more from Inside Higher Ed).

Building a new rubric for artists

The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation is looking to build a better rubric for successful artists.  And they need our help. (Read more from Artists Thrive).

Art history with your eyes closed

Podcasts to download that will fill your brain with rich images. (Read more from Salon).

 

 

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