A Missouri congressman is appealing a judge's ruling in a long-simmering dispute involving a 19-year-old's painting that shows policemen as pigs. The work was on display at the US Capitol as part of a student art competition and...
Shut up and go fund yourself. That's President Trump's message to arts organizations in his proposal for eliminating the National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities. CAA is not amused. Declaring "complete...
The visual arts sometimes involve painful critiques of student work, but the University of Central Florida has warned a well-known professor that he crossed the line into harassment with some salty comments allegedly directed at a female student in an advanced painting class.
Is it inherently misguided to suggest some speech ought to be restricted not by law but by informal rules? Is the space in the discourse that liberalism has granted to bigots emboldened by the Trump era a real problem or not?
Nearly forty years ago, CAA's National Women's Caucus for Art planned an exhibition featuring works by "Afro-American" women artists. Cocurated by Emily Martin and Tritobia Benjamin of Howard University, the show was to be presented at the 1979 Annual Conference in Washington,...
Galleries have multiple roles, both visible and invisible: to incubate and support their artists, often by going above and beyond the normal work of putting on shows, promoting their artists, and selling the works; and to providing services such as financial management or...
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