In 2017, CAA will return to New York for its 105th Annual Conference. The four-day event will be held at the Hilton New York Midtown from Wednesday, February 15 through Saturday, February 18. Registration opens in early fall 2016.
CAA’s Annual Conference consists of four days and over 200 presentations, panel discussions, workshops, special events, and exhibitions exploring the study, practice, and history of art and visual culture. As the best-attended international forum in the visual arts, the Annual Conference offers an unparalleled opportunity to expand your professional network, meet with potential employers, and strengthen your skills in a professional-development workshop, mentoring session, or portfolio review. CAA’s annual gathering facilitates networking opportunities and enables you to exchange ideas and information with colleagues from across the globe.
Looking to promote your latest art publications and supplies? Need to recruit artists, scholars, and critics for your academic program or residency? Want to show off your services to professionals in the visual arts? Exhibit in the Book and Trade Fair and connect with over 5,000 artists, art historians, curators, critics, designers, librarians, department chairs, academic administrators, students, and professionals in the visual arts, who will convene for CAA’s Annual Conference.
Who Exhibits at the CAA Annual Conference?
• Publishers of books in art history, studio art, visual culture, curatorial studies, museum practices, architecture, cultural history, gender studies, film, and new media
• Magazines and journals in the arts, humanities, and visual culture
• Manufacturers and distributors of materials and equipment for artists
• Digital-image resources and other digital-media providers
• Residencies and fellowships, foreign-study programs, and higher-education service providers
• University art and art-history departments and art schools
CAA includes among its members those who by vocation or avocation are concerned about and/or committed to the practice of art, teaching, and research of and about the visual arts and humanities. Over 12,000 artists, art historians, scholars, curators, critics, collectors, educators, publishers, and other professionals in the visual arts belong as individual members. Another 2,000 departments of art and art history in colleges and universities, art schools, museums, libraries, and professional and commercial organizations hold institutional memberships.