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Apply for a Spring 2011 Meiss Publication Grant
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This spring, CAA is accepting applications for grants through the Millard Meiss Publication Fund, which supports book-length scholarly manuscripts in any period of the history of art and related subjects that have been accepted by a publisher but require further subsidy to be published in the fullest form. Deadline: April 1, 2011. More

Savoir Faire would like to thank everyone who came to our booth and to the Sennelier presentation at CAA, for making this show such a success!!

Our "Best In Show" products for CAA were:
Sennelier Acryliques
Cretacolor Black Box Sets
Charbonnel Aquawash Printing Inks
Fabriano Schizzi Pads

Check out these and all of our other Fine Art Materials at: www.savoirfaire.com


Winter Art Journal Published
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The Winter 2010 issue of Art Journal features essays on Santiago Sierra, Zoe Leonard, Lee Lozano, and more. It also includes a collection of texts organized by Kirsten Swenson on "Land Use in Contemporary Art," which won the 2011 Art Journal Award. Several essays also appear on the new Art Journal website. More

The Art Bulletin Seeks Reviews Editor and Two Editorial-Board Members
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The Art Bulletin seeks nominations and self-nominations for its next reviews editor, and for two individuals to join the journal's editorial board. For the reviews editor, candidates should be art scholars with stature in the field, have experience in editing book and/or exhibition reviews, and be published authors of at least one book. For editorial-board members, candidates should have published substantially in the field and may be an academic, museum-based, or independent scholar. More

Frank Lloyd Wright's Florida Southern College

Florida Southern College boasts the largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the world. This book reveals how this extraordinary yet little-studied academic village expresses the architect’s vision of education in a democratic society.
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Art Journal Seeks Editor-in-Chief and Two Editorial-Board Members
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Art Journal seeks nominations and self-nominations for its next editor-in-chief, and for two openings on the editorial board. Candidates must be individuals with a broad knowledge of modern and contemporary art and may be an artist, art historian, art critic, art educator, curator, or other art professional; institutional affiliation is not required. More

caa.reviews Seeks One Editorial-Board Member
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caa.reviews seeks one individual to serve on the journal's editorial board for a four-year term. Candidates may be artists, art historians, art critics, art educators, curators, or other art professionals with stature in the field and experience in writing or editing book and/or exhibition reviews. More

Award-Winning Graphic Design

Literary/arts journal Ninth Letter features new work by international and U.S. writers and artists. Winner of over 30 awards for design and typography.
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Regional BFA Exhibition in New York Closes on Friday
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Hosted by the New York Center for Art and Media Studies, the College Art Association Regional BFA Exhibition will close on Friday, February 25. The show, produced in tandem with the 2011 Annual Conference, features the work of seventeen artists from seven undergraduate programs in the New York area. More

Results of the Board of Directors Election
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Four new CAA members have joined the Board of Directors: Leslie Bellavance, Alfred University; Denise Mullen, Oregon College of Art and Craft; Saul L. Ostrow, Cleveland Institute of Art; and Georgia K. Strange, University of Georgia. They will serve from 2011 to 2015. More

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You have enough to worry about in grad school without having to worry about time and money, too. Ask us how the MFA in Art offered by the Meadows School of the Arts at SMU can provide you with the time, the creative resources and the intellectual and financial support you need to make art
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Anne-Imelda Radice Joins the Board as Appointed Director
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CAA has named Anne-Imelda Radice, a senior consultant for the Dilenschneider Group and director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services from 2006 to 2010, to the Board of Directors as an appointed director. More



Save the Date for the 2012 Annual Conference in Los Angeles
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CAA completes its Centennial year at the 2012 Annual Conference, taking place February 22-25 in Los Angeles. Most sessions will be located in the Los Angeles Convention Center, with events taking place at schools, museums, and institutions across the city and in southern California. More

MEADOWS/KRESS FELLOWSHIP

This paid fellowship is designed to provide graduate students with an intensive scholarly, professional and international experience through the curatorial department of the Meadows Museum at SMU and includes travel and research to Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid. More information at meadowsmuseumdallas.org.

[IMAGE: Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (1599-1660), Sibyl with Tabula Rasa, ca. 1648, oil on canvas, Algur H. Meadows Collection, 74.01]


Thanks to 2011 Career Services Leaders
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CAA wishes to thank the artists, art historians, curators, critics, and educators who generously served in the Artists' Portfolio Review, Career Development Mentoring, the Roundtable Discussions, the Professional Development Workshops, and Career Services Orientation. More

Abstracts 2011 Available for Download
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Conference registrants can now download Abstracts 2011. This publication, available as a PDF, summarizes the contents of hundreds of papers and talks that were presented in program sessions at this month's Annual Conference. More

PhD for Working Art Professionals

IDSVA offers a PhD in philosophy and theory for artists and creative scholars. Study includes residencies at the Venice Biennale, Paris, and NYC, plus distance-learning.
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Catch Up with the Conference Blog
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The seven contributors to the CAA Annual Conference Blog provided a unique, exciting chronicle of this year's program in New York. Read about the events and sessions that you missed, or get a different perspective on those you did attend. Comments will be open until the end of February, so feel free to engage in dialogue. More



CAA's Opportunities collects and publishes calls for entries and papers, conference notices, fellowship and grant opportunities, and more. New listings are posted daily; you may also submit your own. The first two listings below take place during the week of the CAA Annual Conference in New York.


Twenty-Second New Jersey Small Works Show: The Perfect Fit
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The Art School at Old Church
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Post MFA Fellowships
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Ohio State University
Awards, Grants, Fellowships




Polar Visual Culture: An International Conference
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University of St Andrews
Conferences & Symposia
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Second Annual Feminist Art History Conference at American University
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American University
Calls For Papers


Call for Entries to "Evolutionaries: Art & Healing"
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Houston Community College Central Art Gallery
Exhibition Opportunities




Independent Scholars: A Nomadic Lot
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In 1992, I quit my teaching job at the University of Arkansas, put everything into storage, cashed in my life savings—a stupendous $10,000—and moved to Rome to begin the first phase of research for a project that has become my life's work. My money ran out nine months later, but by then the project had begun to take on a life of its own, and I had become an independent scholar. More

Barnesville Easels

"We can sell you one easel or equip your entire art department. Take a look at the "special projects page www.barnesvilleeasels.com"
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AAUP Proposes New Protections for Politically Controversial Academics
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Responding to recent incidents in which colleges took action against scholars whose views had generated public controversy, the American Association of University Professors is urging academe to do more to shield faculty members from attacks on their jobs driven by pressure from advocacy groups. More

Irish Artist Bids to Copyright Guevara Image
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Jim Fitzpatrick produced the classic red-and-black print of the long-haired Che wearing a soldier's beret with a single star in 1968 and distributed it copyright-free for use by revolutionary groups in Europe. It was quickly adopted by left-wing students, whose t-shirts and posters helped turn the image into a global sign of rebellion. But the image of the Marxist revolutionary, who helped bring Fidel Castro to power in 1959, has since been coopted by makers of mugs, baseball caps, and even lingerie. More



Idea to Force Iowa to Sell Its $150 Million Jackson Pollock
Painting Dies

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The idea to force the University of Iowa to sell its $150 million Jackson Pollock painting has officially died in the legislature. The reason: The issue has become so cumbersomely emotional that reaching consensus is unlikely, the legislator pushing for the sale said. "Right now the legislature needs to focus on passing a budget for Iowans that meets their priority needs and doesn't spend more than we take in," said Rep. Scott Raecker, who introduced the bill. More

Mural and Art in Academe
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When he was growing up in Hawaii, Sean O'Harrow took art classes at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, and he would wander the galleries before or after his classes. One afternoon he might gaze at a van Gogh. Another day, he would "visit China" by walking through galleries devoted to Chinese art. "I fell in love as a kid with a painting by Whistler, and I thought that was normal. I thought all museums had van Gogh paintings. I thought looking at art was normal," said O'Harrow, the new director of the University of Iowa Museum of Art. O'Harrow is all too aware that not everyone thinks it is normal to feel passionate about art. More

Publications on Asian culture and history

The Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore publishes catalogues and books on Asian art history and material culture. For purchase, contact janice@apdsing.com or visit www.museumshop.com.sg.


Obama Proposes $21 Million NEA Cut for 2012
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On February 14, 2011, the Obama Administration released its much-anticipated Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Request to Congress, which includes funding for the nation's cultural agencies and programs, including the National Endowment for the Arts, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the Smithsonian Institution. The administration request of $146.255 million for the NEA is a decrease of $21 million from the $167 million that Congress appropriated last year. More

House Preparing to Announce Deeper Cuts to FY 2011 Appropriations
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House GOP leaders are preparing to release a bill that would cut $100 billion in federal spending for the current fiscal year (FY 2011). Earlier this week, the House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers announced plans to introduce a Continuing Resolution that would reduce spending by a lower target of $74 billion below President Barack Obama's 2011 budget request. The earlier, less-aggressive measure would have cut $12.2 million from the National Endowment for the Humanities, reducing the agency's funding from $167 million (the FY 2010 enacted level) to $155 million. More

Art Access - Coming Soon

We're giving you free online access to our complete range of visual arts journals throughout February! Follow @routledge_art on Twitter for updates.

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Congress Considering FY11 Funding; Anti-Museum Amendments
Are Possible

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Last week the US House of Representatives was debating a bill, HR 1, to fund the federal government for the rest of the current fiscal year (FY 2011), which began on October 1, 2010. Nearly six hundred amendments proposing cuts to numerous agencies and programs were filed, which means that they could be formally offered as the House continues consideration of the bill. Several of them target museums. One amendment (#471) would prohibit the use of funds provided by the bill to fund nonfederal museums, and another (#35) would defund the Institute of Museum and Library Services for the remainder of FY 11. More
Buildings, Landscapes,
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Dartmouth College Seeks New Director Hood Museum of Art
We seek a dynamic Director with a passion for college and university museum culture to maintain and develop an exciting scholarly exhibition and publications program, and to oversee acquisitions for the collection with the museum’s well-established endowments. Interested applicants please email a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Director of the Hood Museum of Art Search Committee
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Look for Penn Press Books

Discover Penn Press books in art history, architecture & landscape design, and studio arts.




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