The 110th Annual Conference of the College Art Association takes place online 16 to 19 February and 3 to 5 March 2022. CRAACE researchers will be involved in a number of sessions:
The 109th Annual Conference of the College Art Association will take place online between 10 and 13 February 2021. The sessions have been pre-recorded and will be made available to registered participants from 5 February. Live Q&A sessions will be held in the timeframe of the conference.
CRAACE researchers are involved in two sessions:
Marta Filipová is co-chairing the session From Redevelopment to Responsibility: Environmentally (Un)Friendly Design with Vendula Hnídková. The session is sponsored by the Design History Society. Live Q&As will be held on 11 February at 20–20.30 CET.
Nóra Veszprémi is presenting a paper entitled ‘How to Look Past Isms?’ in the session A Multiplicity of Perspectives at the Museum of Modern Art (In conversation with curators at MoMA). Live Q&As will be held on 13 February at 16–16.30 CET. The session is organised in the framework of the CAA–Getty International Programme, and it is one of the five Global Conversations sponsored by the programme this year.
CRAACE Research Fellow Nóra Veszprémi has been appointed as a member of the International Committee of the College Art Association.
As the preeminent international leadership organization in the visual arts, CAA promotes these arts and their understanding through advocacy, intellectual engagement, and a commitment to the diversity of practices and practitioners. Its International Committee seeks to foster an international community of artists, designers, scholars, and critics within CAA and to provide forums in which to exchange ideas and make connections. It aims to develop relationships between CAA and organizations with comparable goals and activities outside the United States, and it assists the CAA Board of Directors by identifying and recommending advocacy issues that cross national borders. The Committee organises a session at the CAA Annual Conference each year. Furthermore, it solicits articles on international news for publication in CAA News, and it also runs the CAA-Getty International Program, which brings between 15 and 20 international scholars each year to the CAA Annual Conference.
As an alumna of the CAA-Getty International Program, Nóra Veszprémi is looking forward to helping organise its future events, as well as to contributing to the Committee’s other activities.