Program Sessions

All sessions will be held at the Hilton New York unless otherwise noted.

Thursday, February 14, 12:30 PM–2:00 PM

Association for Latin American Art
Emerging Scholars
Regent Parlor, 2nd Floor
Chair: Constance Cortez, Texas Tech University

Portraits, Potatoes, and Perception: Toward a Sense of Moche Artistic Vision
Lisa Senchyshyn Trever, Dumbarton Oaks and Harvard University

Remaking the Sacred: The Señor de Santa Teresa and the Miraculous “Renovation” of Statues in Viceregal Mexico
Derek Burdette, Tulane University

Transnationalism and Abstraction in Colombian Art of the 1950s: A New Historiographic Model
Ana M. Franco, Universidad de los Andes


National Endowment for the Arts
Grants Workshop
Nassau Suite, 2nd Floor
Chairs: Wendy Clark and Meg Brennan, National Endowment for the Arts


Exhibitor’s Session
How to Get Published and How to Get Read
Gibson Room, 2nd Floor
Chairs: Loren Diclaudio and Natalie Foster, Routledge


Foundations in Art: Theory and Education
Issues Surrounding the Online Foundations Experience
Bryant Suite, 2nd Floor
Chair: Sara Dismukes, Troy University

Jeff Davis, The Art Institute of Pittsburgh

Martha Horvay, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Valerie Powell, Sam Houston State University

Marcela Iannini, Miami International University of Art and Design


Southeastern College Art Conference
The Place of the Viewer, 1950s–1960s
Sutton Parlor North, 2nd Floor
Chair: Kerr Houston, Maryland Institute College of Art

Who Cares if You Look?
Todd Cronan, Emory University

“…models for a kind of visual experience”: Claes Oldenburg’s Sculptural Strategies in the 1960s
Katherine Smith, Agnes Scott College

The Southern Civil Rights Movement and Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
Keri Watson, Auburn University at Montgomery


ARTspace
CAA Services to Artists Committee
Meta-Mentors: Hybrid Practices
Murray Hill Suite, 2nd Floor
Chairs: Vesna Pavlovic, Vanderbilt University; Niku Kashef, California State University, Northridge

Yvette Brackman, independent artist

Samantha Fields, California State University, Northridge

Hope Ginsburg, Virginia Commonwealth University

Max Schumann, Printed Matter, Inc

Jenna Spevack, New York City College of Technology, City University of New York


Exhibitor’s Session
The Future of Art Magazines
Trianon Ballroom, 3rd Floor
Chair: Lindsay Pollock, Art in America

Gwen Allen, San Francisco State University

Ben Davis, Artinfo.com

Dan Fox, Frieze

Peter Russo, New York Art Book Fair and Triple Canopy

Anton Vidokle, e-flux journal


ArtTable
Afterlives of Performance in Visual Art
Madison Suite, 2nd Floor
Chair: Susan Rosenberg, St. John’s University

Christine Frohnert, Bek and Frohnert LLC

Julie Martin, Experiments in Art and Technology

Jenny Schlenzka, MoMA PS1

Barbara Clausen, University of Quebec in Montreal


CAA Museum Committee
The Position of Academic Programs in Campus Art Museums: What, Why, Who, and Where To?
Petit Trianon, 3rd Floor
Chairs: N. Elizabeth Schlatter, University of Richmond Museums; Celka Straughn, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas

Katherine Hart, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College

Mariët Westermann, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Rebecca Martin Nagy, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida


National Endowment for the Humanities Funding Opportunities
Beekman Parlor, 2nd Floor
Chair: Danielle Shapiro, National Endowment for the Humanities

Mary Downs, National Endowment for the Humanities

Stefanie Walker, National Endowment for the Humanities


Northern California Art Historians
The Cult of Beauty: Aestheticism in Late Nineteenth-Century Britain
Gramercy B, 2nd Floor
Chair: Jan Newstrom Thompson, San Jose State University

The Cult of Beauty Exhibition
Lynn Federle Orr and Melissa E. Buron, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

The Cult of Beauty: Aestheticism in Late Nineteenth-Century Britain
Melody Barnett Deusner, Indiana University

Edward Burne-Jones’s Love Among the Ruins
Liana DeGirolami Cheney, University of Massachusetts Lowell


CAA Professional Practices Committee
Senior Exhibition Requirements for BFA and BA Programs
Sutton Parlor Center, 2nd Floor
Chair: Robert Tynes, University of North Carolina at Asheville

Advantages of Requiring Solo Senior Exhibitions for Undergraduates
Robert Tynes, University of North Carolina at Asheville

BFA Exhibition Requirements and Program Assessment: A Case Study from San Francisco Art Institute
Jennifer Rissler, San Francisco Art Institute

Team Teaching in a Small Studio Art Program
Nancy Campbell, Mount Holyoke College

Artwalk: An Assessment of Maryland Institute College of Art’s BFA Senior Exhibit
Paul Jeanes, Maryland Institute College of Art

Senior Exhibition Requirements under Review: Does Everyone Have to Show in the Museum?
Anne Galperin, State University of New York at New Paltz

BFA Exhibit: Rite of Passage and Real World Experience
Julie Ganser, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Association of Historians of American Art
Business Meeting
Sutton Parlor South, 2nd Floor


Design Studies Forum
Business Meeting
Rendezvous Trianon, 3rd Floor


Diasporic Asian Art Network
Business Meeting
Morgan Suite, 2nd Floor


Leonardo Education and Art Forum
Business Meeting
Gramercy A, 2nd Floor