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Since the 1930's Mid-America College Art Association has provided a forum for the artists/teachers of America to discuss and debate the issues of our profession, to share ideas and information of mutual benefit and to affirm the friendships and collegiality that bind us together.
CALL FOR PAPERS! CAA 2016 MACAA Session THE YOUNG AND NOT SO YOUNG GUNS OF MACAA:
COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION 104th Annual Conference, Washington DC
February 3 through February 6.
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: May 10, 2015
Send a 200-word proposal and CV to Christopher Olszewski at email@example.com Current MACAA membership is required during the CAA meeting. Current CAA membership is not required to participate.
Young and Not so Young Guns of MACAA
Mid America College Art Association (MACAA) announces the newest generation of the organization’s members. This session is designed to give MACAA’s visual artists and scholars an opportunity to present their professional practice at the CAA conference.
Art practice as research in the field of visual arts (studio arts, design, digital media, film) has rapidly grown in academia. The trend of contemporary practice is creating art with conceptual exploration through artistic research.
For this session, all topics related to the field of the visual arts are open for discussion and not limited to research for scholarly and artistic purposes in visual arts and design. Practicing Artists, graphic designers, art educators, critics, and art historians are encouraged to submit proposals to this session. Graduate students are also encouraged to submit papers for presentations
Panelists will have approximately 20 minutes to discuss their creative endeavors and the audience will become acquainted with MACAA conferencing, programing and symposiums. Participants must be MACAA members at the time of presenting.
Christopher Olszewski, Professor, School of Foundation Studies Savannah College of Art and Design
MACAA*Mid-America College Art Association
"Mash-up: Navigating Art and Academia in this Millennium."2014 MACCA Conference / The University of Texas at San Antonio was a success!