Advance registration is now open for the 2019 Annual Conference, February 13-16, 2019, at the New York Hilton Midtown. Join thousands of colleagues for over 300 sessions and professional development workshops, and receptions, parties, and special tours at local museums and cultural institutions. The conference will feature Keynote Speaker Joyce J. Scott, Distinguished Artist Interviews with Julie Mehretu and Guadalupe Maravilla, a special presentation by designer Stephen Burks, and Distinguished Scholar Elizabeth Boone.
Straightforward tips for artists—and everyone, really—to deal with an inevitable part of the creative process. (Artsy)
See Chronicle's list of the people who shaped higher ed (for better or worse) in 2018. (Chronicle of Higher Education)
Explore a thread by UT Austin professor Dr. Stephennie Mulder on how to use a Wikipedia edit-a-thon to teach art history. (Twitter)
CAA members, submit your vote online here.
Nominations and self-nominations are now being accepted.
Now in print and online.
Eden Osucha writes about The African Burial Ground in New York City: Memory, Spirituality, and Space by Andrea E. Frohne.
Jean K. Cadogan reviews Visual Cultures of Foundling Care in Renaissance Italy by Diana Bullen Presciutti.
Andrew S. Weiner explores The Global Work of Art: World’s Fairs, Biennials, and the Aesthetics of Experience by Caroline A. Jones.
Julia Perratore discusses Motherhood and Meaning in Medieval Sculpture: Representations from France, c. 1100–1500 by Marian Bleeke.
This week, Chelsea Farrar and Heidi Herboldsheimer discuss Red for Ed, a grassroots movement started by parents and teachers as a way to stand up for public education.