CAA provides many high-quality programs for its members and for the broader visual arts community.
CAA Annual Conference
The CAA Annual Conference is the largest international gathering of professionals in the visual arts.
CAA 112th Annual Conference
A collection of programs tailored towards CAA's international members.
Check out the International Programs
CAA advocates on behalf of all professionals in the visual arts. In this capacity, the organization releases statements, issues guidelines, and publishes news to advance the cause and impact of the visual arts.
About CAA's Advocacy
This Code of Best Practices provides visual-arts professionals with a set of principles addressing best practices in the fair use of copyrighted materials.
Learn about Fair Use
Awards for Distinction
With these annual awards, CAA seeks to honor individual artists, art historians, authors, curators, and critics whose accomplishments transcend their individual disciplines and contribute to the profession as a whole and to the world at large.
Learn more about award nominations
CAA awards publication grants to support the publication of scholarly manuscripts. There are currently two such grants being offered, which are the Millard Meiss Publication Fund andthe Wyeth Foundation for American Art Publication Grant.
learn about CAA Publication Grants
FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
CAA’s Professional Development Fellowship Program supports promising artists, designers, craftspersons, historians, curators, and critics who are enrolled in MFA, PhD, and other terminal-degree programs nationwide. The CAA-GOLDEN Scholarship Program supports artists pursuing a career in K-12 education. The Michael Aurbach Fellowship for Excellence in Visual Art will recognize and honor CAA members who have obtained an MFA or equivalent in studio art and are currently teaching studio classes full-time or part-time.
Learn more about Fellowships and Scholarships
CAA provides a series of podcasts devoted to professional-development topics for artists. These podcasts are intended for use by artists, art historians, curators, nonprofit art professionals, and other constituencies.
listen to Professional Development Podcasts
RAAMP serves to promote scholarship, advocacy, and discussion related to the role of academic art museums and their contribution to the educational mission of their parent institutions. To this end, it functions as a publicly accessible online repository; it collects, stores, and shares resources.