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Update on CAA after Superstorm Sandy
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As of Tuesday morning, November 6, CAA's building at 50 Broadway in lower Manhattan has power, but the phones, internet, and heat are not operable. The office will remain closed until further notice. The situation, however, is being reviewed several times a day. More

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New Issue of Art Journal
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While recent issues of Art Journal have concentrated on broad themes, the contents of the current issue are diverse. The topics of the essays include the artists Eduardo Paolozzi, Bhupen Khakhar, Ansel Adams, and René Magritte, and the politics of academic scholarship. More

November 10 Artists' Workshop in Columbus, Ohio
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CAA's next Professional-Development Workshop for Artists will take place on Saturday, November 10, 2012, at Columbus College of Art and Design. The one-day event, called "Art and Entrepreneurship in the Creative Community," will explore the necessity of entrepreneurship coexisting with creativity for those artists who strive to have their work seen by a larger public. More

Sennelier, A History of Color - Discussion and Book Signing

Join Pierre Guidetti CEO of Savoir-Faire and Pascale Richard Author of the book at Christie’s in New York Sunday November 4th from 1-2 pm. Who and what is behind the paint, brushes and bold colors of some of France’s greatest Impressionist-era artists? In “Sennelier, A History of Color”, author Pascale Richard recounts the never-before-told story of Sennelier, which was and remains at the epicenter of wave after wave of artistic creation.
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Tips for First-Time Conference Attendees
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Attending your first major academic conference will be exhilarating but also overwhelming. To help smooth out your experience, CAA offers advice on what you can do before, during, and after the conference to take full advantage of the February event. More

See what's happening at RAP

Please visit the Research and Academic Program’s website to find out about upcoming scholarly events and activities, access archives of past activities, and get information about the fellowship program at the Clark.
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Networking Tips
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The 2013 Annual Conference will provide myriad opportunities for you to meet and speak with colleagues old and new. CAA offers nine ways to help build and improve your professional network. More

Exhibitor Sessions
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Exhibitors from the Book and Trade Fair are hosting their own sessions in New York. Routledge will present "How to Get Published and How to Get Read"; Linday Pollock will speak about Art in America; and several panelists will discuss the topic of "Artists and the Manufacturing of Art Materials." More

New from Getty Publications

Getty Publications produces award-winning titles that result from or complement the work of the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Conservation Institute, and the Getty Research Institute. These books cover a wide range of fields including art, photography, archaeology, architecture, conservation, and the humanities for both the general public and specialists. MORE


Help Fund CAA Travel Grants through Indiegogo
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Through the crowd-funding website Indiegogo, CAA seeks to raise $4,000 for sixteen additional travel grants for graduate students to attend the 2013 Annual Conference in New York. Please donate now and share this link with your friends and colleagues! More

New - MA in Art History

The School of Art also offers the following degree programs: MAE, MFA in Art, and PhD in Fine Arts with field of specialization in Art.  MORE


Receive Career Advice and Feedback on Your Art
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As a CAA member, you have free access to a diverse range of mentors at Career Services during the 101st Annual Conference, taking place February 13–16, 2013, in New York. All emerging, midcareer, and even advanced art professionals can benefit from one-on-one discussions with dedicated mentors about artists' portfolios, career-management skills, and professional strategies. More

Register for a Professional Development Workshop
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CAA offers workshops on grant writing for artists, the academic job search, advice for beginning and inexperienced teachers, and other career-oriented topics at the New York conference. Enroll now to ensure your place. More


Gwendolyn Wright Lecture


The Society of Architectural Historians presents a lecture by Gwendolyn Wright, of the History Detectives, at the Chicago Humanities Festival. 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.


Nineteenth Century Studies Association Emerging Scholars Award
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Photography as Witness
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Bertha V. B. Lederer Gallery, State University of New York, Geneseo
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Appraising Art: The Definitive Guide


A comprehensive handbook covering appraisal methodology, legal guidelines, and fifty areas of the fine and decorative arts. Appraisers Association of America. Pre-publication $75.


RTS Residency
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Real Time and Space
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Artist Residency in Brittany, France
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Maryland Institute College of Art
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Anne L. Poulet Curatorial Fellowship 2013-15
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Frick Collection
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FINE ARTS DOCTORAL PROGRAM

Texas Tech’s curriculum combines studies in music, theatre, and philosophy with a specialization emphasizing Critical Studies & Artistic Practice that examines diverse discourses in visual arts, explores transdisciplinary margins and disciplinary strengths, and supports a variety of professional goals. Doctoral students holding assistantships receive substantial reductions in tuition and fees. MORE:




MoMA's Conservators Share Their Emergency Secrets for Saving Art in a Flood
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In just the latest of many acts of goodwill in the New York art world following the devastating passage of Superstorm Sandy, the MoMA PS1 director and Museum of Modern Art curator at large, Klaus Biesenbach, has shared a document put together by the MoMA conservation staff for salvaging artworks damaged by water in an emergency. The twelve-page document, which includes information for drying services and document reprocessors, offers guidelines for the handling of water-damaged prints, photographs, and drawings, stabilizing archival and library materials after a flood, and removing mold from books and artworks. More

Where Creations Faced Destructions
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The first thing you noticed walking through the streets lined with art galleries between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues in Chelsea, on Wednesday, October 31, was the constant, undulating roar of generators and the hoses, in clumps of three or four, snaking out of just about every gallery, from which cold water that had come flooding in from the Hudson River now gushed into the street. But if you peeked into the darkened galleries—no one here had electricity—you got a sense of the toll Hurricane Sandy has taken on the district, an important part of the arts economy. More

The Department of Art History at Virginia Commonwealth University presents:

“Traditions--IV," the 20th Symposium on Architectural History and the Decorative Arts, on Friday, November 16, 2012. For a brochure or information about registration, please visit traditions.art.vcu.edu.


Jerry Saltz's Devastating Tour through Chelsea's Ruined Art Galleries
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I live downtown, in the part of Manhattan without power. Like many, my nights have been long, dark, cold, and unnervingly quiet. With no internet access, cell phone, or news I was antsy and felt the urge to wander. On day two, wondering how the galleries in Chelsea had weathered the storm, I seized the opportunity to leave my apartment and head west. And when I got there, my art-heart sunk. Widespread devastation was in painful evidence in scores of ground-floor galleries between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues. More

Exploring Online Teaching: A Three-Year Composite Journal of Concerns and Strategies from Online Instructors
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Using Frances F. Fuller's concerns-based model for teacher development, this study identifies concerns and strategies experienced by 103 online instructors in a six-week online professional-development course offered multiple times over a three-year period. The study reveals that online instructors identified concerns related to self, task, and impact. In the end, this study provides practical strategies for the rapidly rising population of online instructors who aspire to design and deliver effective online instruction. More

"I Have Seen the Future"

Learn about stage and industrial designer, futurist, and urban planner Norman Bel Geddes through the Harry Ransom Center’s current exhibition and companion book. Drawing from the Ransom Center’s collections, I Have Seen the Future: Norman Bel Geddes Designs America features drawings, models, photographs, and films spanning Geddes’s career. LEARN MORE


Common Misconceptions Collectors Have about Art Galleries and Buying Art
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The purpose of following list is to help increase the overall understanding of collectors (and anyone who buys art) about how the art world works, how art is viewed in terms of value, how to approach and interact with galleries and others who sell art, how to optimize transactions involving art, and, most important, how to clarify that there are many reasons to own original art other than simply financial ones. The better you comprehend the art world's ways, the more rewarding your collecting experience will be. More

Common Misconceptions Collectors Have about Art Galleries and Buying Art, Part II
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Would you know how to locate, evaluate, and assess quality art if we didn't have art galleries committed to culling the best work by talented artists from across the artscape and presenting it to us—the public—show after show, month after month, year after year? Unless you're an experienced art-world professional or longstanding collector, probably not. In spite of the invaluable services that galleries provide, they are relentlessly challenged just to survive in business. So with this in mind, here's part two of how art buyers can effectively navigate, understand, do business with, avoid critical mistakes, and maximize the overall benefits of their art gallery experiences. More

Bard Graduate Center
Learning from Things


Our MA and PhD students learn from things—from those of the most exquisite aesthetic value to the ordinary objects of everyday life. MORE


What Doors Does a PhD in History Open?
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I recently went to dinner with six friends to talk careers. We all have PhDs in the humanities, but only one of us is working as a tenured professor. Of the remaining five: one of us started in a tenure-track job but left to find more satisfying work and better pay as an international insurance consultant. Two others left academe upon graduation—one teaches courses in writing and computers at a law firm and the other is a gender specialist at a nonprofit agency. Having spent three years in pursuit of the illusive tenure-track job, I suspended my own search to work as a research consultant. More

Positive Ideas for PhD Programs 4: New Forms of Dissertations, Part I
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"Promote new kinds of dissertations." This is the longest of the suggestions, because it takes a while to explore. Practice-led PhDs have usually been fairly well tied to existing disciplines: usually they're in art history, aesthetics, or other philosophy, political science, anthropology, sociology, and history. Rarely, they're in other subjects such as chemistry. But all along, the promise has been that the dissertation could be something other than ordinary research. Some programs have achieved hybrid forms in which the dissertation works as part of the visual art, and others have mixed the research and the practice so they cannot be disentangled at all. But those experiments remain in the minority. This entry is an attempt to produce a schema for the kinds of dissertation that might, in theory, be produced in studio-art PhD programs. More


 



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