February 14, 2010

Images from College Art Association 2010

The College Art Association’s annual conference met this year in Chicago. Apparently there were 4000 registrants, but many were unable to get there because of bad weather. Suzanne Lacy was awarded the CAA Distinguished Artist Lifetime Achievement Award, Griselda Pollock received the Distinguished Feminist Award, Holland Cotter received the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award for Writing on Art, and Dawoud Bey was the convocation speaker. A terrific start to the conference, in my book. The conference ended with an all-day series of panels organized by the Feminist Art Project, open to the public.

Artists Heather Ault and Bonnie Fortune at Feminist Art Project, Chicago

Artists Heather Ault and Bonnie Fortune at Feminist Art Project, Chicago

Sharon Irish and Suzanne Lacy at Minnesota Press booth

Sharon Irish and Suzanne Lacy at Minnesota Press booth

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