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News from the Art and Academic Worlds

posted by CAA — Oct 25, 2017

Judy Chicago in front of The Dinner Party. Photograph: Donald Woodman

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

Judy Chicago: ‘In the 1960s, I was the only visible woman artist’

An interview with the trailblazing artist as the Brooklyn Museum explores the process behind The Dinner Party. (The Guardian)

Artist Omer Fast’s Take on Chinatown Angers Community Organizations

Omer Fast’s exhibition at the Chinatown branch of James Cohan Gallery has drawn ire from local groups. (Hyperallergic)

The Professor Is In: 4 Steps to a Strong Tenure File

Helpful advice from Karen Kelsky, former tenured professor at two universities, and founder and president of consulting service The Professor Is In. (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

Artist and Art Materials Artist Survey 2018

Take NAMTA’s 2018 survey and help artist associations, websites and art supply businesses serve practicing artists better. (International Art Materials Association)

Disaster Preparedness & Response Resources

Invaluable resources for organizations, museums and collections facing the threat of natural disasters. (American Alliance of Museums)

Artsy and the Rise of the Matchmaker Market

The online art market has been transforming how art is sold at auction. (The Art Newspaper)

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