College Art Association (89th Annual Conferen)

Venue: Chicago

Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Event Date/Time: Feb 28, 2001 End Date/Time: Mar 03, 2001
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89th Annual Conference, Chicago
February 28-March 3, 2001

The 89th Annual Conference in Chicago will be the first to implement the changes recommended to the Board of Directors by the Annual Conference Committee. CAA has revised the concept of theme-inspired sessions, and of theme chairs, in favor of a more inclusive approach to the program. Regional chairs will work in consultation with the committee to develop four new session categories. It is expected that themes and subthemes will emerge and that the committee will identify them from accepted session proposals.

The regional chairs for the Conference are Henry Maguire, Eunice Dauterman Maguire, Buzz Spector, and Anne Wilson. E. Bruce Robertson, the Vice President for the Annual Conference, will chair the Annual Conference Committee.


Call for Participation
If you wish to participate as a speaker in a session at the Conference, please consult the following files.

Session Proposal Submission Form
Sessions (Acres-Galitz)
Sessions (Gibson-Miksic)
Sessions (Morgan-Yood)

New Session Categories

Annual Conference Update

Artists' Portfolio Review

Career Development Workshops

Ushers and Projectionists Sought

Room Monitors Sought


Additional Information

Membership Categories & Dues Membership is on a calendar year basis, January 1 through December 31 and is open to individuals, institutions, and organizations. Members may join any time prior to June 30 of each year. Membership dues vary according to category and income. College Art Association members are entitled to a range of Services and Benefits. All new/rejoin/renewal members must complete the proper form. For a new or rejoin membership application or renewal form, e-mail CAA member services at Please include your name and street address and an application will be mailed to you (electronic applications are not available at this time). Categories Description Dues Institutional Membership Institutional membership is available to any organization with a professional interest in art and art history $275 (U.S.) $290 (non-U.S.) Individual Membership annual income under $35,000 $35,000-$60,000 over $60,00 $70 $90 $100 Joint Membership Couples may join as basic members and pay one membership fee, based on combined income. combined income-based dues plus $25 Student Membership Students enrolled in a full-time program receive all the benefits of basic membership at a subsidized rate. Proof of student status is required. $35 Sustainer* Higher levels of membership for those wishing to make additional monetary contributions toward services provided for the membership. $150 Sponsor* Higher levels of membership for those wishing to make additional monetary contributions toward services provided for the membership. $250 Patron* Higher levels of membership for those wishing to make additional monetary contributions toward services provided for the membership. $500 Life Membership* Membership for life, representing a demonstrated commitment to the discipline. $5,000 Associate Membership** For those whose primary professional identity is outside those constituencies customarily served by CAA. $60 Retired Membership CAA members who are 65 or over and have been members for at least 10 consecutive years may continue membership at a reduced rate. Proof of birth date is required. $35 A small number of reduced-fee memberships are available for those to whom the basic fees would impose an economic hardship and preclude affiliation. To apply, write to the executive director outlining your need for this special consideration. Services and Benefits Choice of either The Art Bulletin or Art Journal Optional second quarterly journal at a reduced rate CAA News (6 issues per year) CAA Careers (6 issues per year) Annual Conference placement service Eligibility for awards and travel grants Reduced rate conference registration fees Reduced rate on CAA Publications Subscription discounts on a variety of art magazines Group rates on health, disability, life and other insurance plans Eligibility for a CAA Master Card * Sustaining, Sponsoring, Patron and Life Members receive both journals at no additional cost. ** Associate members do not receive CAA Careers.