International 99th Annual Conference of College Art Association in New York 2011

Celebrate CAA’s one-hundredth anniversary at the 99th annual conference and centennial kickoff in new york! ATTEND THE WORLD’S LARGEST INTERNATIONAL FORUM FOR PROFESSIONALS IN THE VISUAL ARTS.

From February 9th to 12th, 2011, the 99th Annual Conference of the College Art Association will present more than 200 stimulating sessions, panel discussions, roundtables, and meetings on topics in all areas of art scholarship and practice. New York’s dynamic midtown and cultural organizations provide the backdrop for our annual gathering of more than 6,000 artists, art historians, museum directors and curators, arts administrators, scholars, and educators. Look forward to the best in new scholarship, innovative art, and in-depth discussion of issues in the arts today. Conference Highlights Though we can’t possibly list them all, here are a few of the special events we have in store: * Special Centennial Sessions led by distinguished artists and art historians * Convocation keynote delivered by Eco-Art pioneers, Newton and Helen Mayer Harrison * Centennial Reception at The Metropolitan Museum of Art * Tenth Annual Distinguished Scholar session honoring Jonathan Brown * CAA Annual Awards for Distinction, including Distinguished Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement, the Charles Rufus Morey Book Award, and the Frank Jewett Mather Award * CAA Annual MFA Exhibition at Hunter College * Book and Trade Fair with the latest books, catalogues, and art journals; paints, inks, and brushes; educational services and teaching tools—and more

(read more: http://conference.collegeart.org/2011/)

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