Would you like to recognize someone who has inspired you this graduation season?
Our annual Distinguished Awards honor the contributions of individuals in art history, art making, feminist practice, and more.
Nominations are now open: https://bit.ly/2M1MiLG #CAA2021
Registration is NOW OPEN! We can't wait to get together with you (virtually!) #AFTACON & #PublicArtCon. Includes all the learning, networking, + community you've come to love and rely on at our annual meetings—without the cost of travel. Join us! https://bit.ly/2A7ijz4
We resume #AAMvirtual on June 1-4 with sessions focusing on digital engagement, virtual fundraising, equity and inclusion, how to meet audiences' needs, and more to spark new ideas in these times of change.
See the full program:
Great overview of what publishing #fairuse images for art history looks like
"Adjuncts are spending unpaid extra hours with their students, standing with them in this disastrous time...The @CUNY administration should be asking how it can best support these important teachers now." https://nyti.ms/3eoKwQT
When can scholars invoke #fairuse to quote, excerpt, or reproduce copyrighted works? Our Code of Best Practices is available for free online: https://bit.ly/2lz46nL
From ongoing research during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
REPORT: What does intellectual and artistic freedom look like in a public health emergency? Jörg Heiser on why we need to talk about resistance, subversion and solidarity.
Read here: http://ow.ly/Qnt550zQrdx
Radical Re-Imagining in a Time of Crisis: The American Alliance of Museums Hosts First Virtual Conference http://www.inparkmagazine.com/radical-re-imagining-in-a-time-of-crisis-the-american-alliance-of-museums-hosts-first-virtual-conference/
With thousands of arts groups and self-employed artists having successfully received billions of dollars in #COVID19 PPP loans, the goal now is to get these loans forgiven. Join us Friday 5/29 for a webinar on #ArtsU to learn more. Register now: https://bit.ly/3e7GxrJ
Artists need to document their work—yet not all creatives have the tools to build their portfolios. How can arts administrators and funders provide this support? Join us TODAY at 3pm ET for a webinar on #ArtsU to learn more! Register now: https://bit.ly/2zSJjlB @KR_Foundation
Artists, art historians, museum professionals, and those in related fields! Please respond to CAA's survey on @caavisual conference format for February 2021 (planned for NYC). https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6CB3JVG
Today on #ARTSblog: America's local arts agencies lead, cultivate & support the ability for arts + culture to thrive in cities and towns across the country. Here are 10 reasons to invest in your local arts agency—especially during a crisis. #COVID19 https://bit.ly/2THlSmr
Open Letter from AA Bronson to the Canada Council Art Bank on its dubious partnership with Google https://conversations.e-flux.com/t/open-letter-from-aa-bronson-to-the-canada-council-art-bank/9996
Dance/USA is hiring! We're looking for a Director of Government Affairs to join our team. Deadline to apply is June 1. #artsadvocacy #dancejobs #artsjobs https://www.danceusa.org/jobsatdanceusa
Help shape the future of CAA publications, including #TheArtBulletin, #ArtJournal, #ArtJournalOpen, and #caareviews, by joining the CAA Publications Committee. The committee is currently seeking two members to serve three-year terms.
Apply by June 1st: https://bit.ly/2ZuQRpA
Between 1929 and 1939, four of NYC’s most iconic museums emerged in Manhattan. https://bit.ly/2tGDMaE
Coming Saturday, June 6: the #NationalArtsDrive, a socially distant celebration of the artists in your community presented by @RAW_artists. Learn more and register your interest to participate (it's free!) https://bit.ly/2Znt9M4
On Memorial Day, we remember America's fallen in war. Read stories of many of them, along with others who have served via our #Veterans History Project https://www.loc.gov/vets/?loclr=twloc #MemorialDay
AICA-USA member Susan Platt documents the proliferation of COVID-19 murals on boarded up storefronts in different Seattle neighborhoods: http://www.artandpoliticsnow.com/blog/ #publicart #COVIDー19
#ArtJournal is looking for a new editor-in-chief for the term July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2024.
Deadline extended! Apply by June 1: https://bit.ly/3csBB0m
Our #COVID19 resources for #museums are regularly updated to bring information & resources together in one place.
Check out our section on centering #diversity, #equity, #accessibility, and #inclusion, which is only more imperative in difficult times: https://www.aam-us.org/programs/about-museums/centering-diversity-equity-accessibility-and-inclusion/
Join @NAMExhibitions on Thursday for a discussion about the common, essential questions museum professionals need to address while designing and reopening public experiences.
See advanced reading and small group discussion topics in the registration link: https://www.aam-us.org/event/reimagine-experiences-honoring-our-values-and-visitor-needs-what-are-the-questions-we-need-to-ask/
Voting EXTENDED for the Robert E. Gard Award! Our members can vote for their favorite community projects from this year's 10 finalists. The winner will be announced at #AFTACON + #PublicArtCon next month. Cast your vote by May 29! https://bit.ly/35XmCsy