CAA Signs ACLS Statement on Proposed Cuts at West Virginia University
CAA has signed on to an American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) statement in response to proposed cuts at West Virginia University.
CAA Signs ACLS Statement on SCOTUS Affirmative Action Ruling
Following the June 30 CAA Executive Director’s response to the US Supreme Court ruling invalidating race-conscious admissions considerations, CAA signed on to the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) statement on affirmative action.
SCOTUS Ruling on Affirmative Action: CAA ED Response
The US Supreme Court ruling invalidating race-conscious admissions considerations at colleges and universities is antithetical to CAA’s mission, specifically our commitment to the diversity of practices and practitioners in the visual arts and academia.
CAA Signs ACLS Statement on Florida House Bill 999
The statement addresses American Council of Learned Societies Statement on Florida HB 999
CAA Signs On to NCAC Letter Regarding Arkansas Tech University Exhibition
The statement addresses a recent exhibition on display at Arkansas Tech University.
CAA Issues Statement On Hamline University Termination of Dr. Erika López Prater
The statement addresses the employment termination of Professor Erika López Prater.
CAA's Committee on Women in the Arts Annual Recognition Award, 2006
Read about the recipients of CWA's Annual Recognition awards from 2006.
Countering Feminist Indifference: Notes from the Women’s Caucus for Art
As part of CAA’S 50th Anniversary Celebration of Feminism + Art, this 1976 article addresses individual fatigue in the feminist movement.
CAA Signs On to Statement Expressing Dismay Over Dobbs vs. Jackson
The statement addresses the Supreme Court majority opinion that overturned Roe v. Wade.