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111th CAA Annual Conference
February 15–18, 2023
New York Hilton Midtown

*Minor schedule changes may occur; please check back for updates.

General Information

We look forward to seeing you at CAA’s 111th Annual Conference  February 15–18, 2023 at the New York Hilton Midtown. We will come together for 195 sessions held in-person at the Hilton, as well as 30 sessions held virtually.

This year, session abstracts will be made visible to registrants in the online schedule. Early bird registration will be available until December 15, and we encourage attendees to take advantage of discount registration and hotel rates. Access to recorded conference content will be available after processing through April 17. The Book and Trade Fair will be in-person and virtual.  

The Annual Conference is the largest convening of art historians, artists, designers, curators, and visual art professionals in the US. Each year we offer sessions submitted by our members, committees, and affiliated societies offering a wide range of content. The Annual Conference program offers content critical to our constituent fields scholarship, approaches to pedagogy, and social justice issues. As an organization, we emphasize diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. Highlighting these sessions and incorporating this work is of paramount importance to our mission.  Join us for CAA 2023. Register now!


Each year, we offer sessions at the conference created from submissions by individual members, committees, and affiliated societies. The Annual Conference Committee and Council of Readers review hundreds of submissions each year. In their selection process, they work to create as broad a program as possible. CAA and its talented membership drive scholarship forward. We acknowledge and greatly appreciate the important work accomplished by all these individuals in the creation and production of our Annual Conference.

111th CAA Annual Conference Sponsors

This page was updated on October 14, 2022. Please check back for updates!