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CAA: ‘Pop and Politics’Feb 24, 2012 06:51 am | Anthony Grudin

The first session of “Pop and Politics” ended up being really interesting and productive. Ten minutes before the scheduled start time, things weren’t looking so promising, as panelists and co-chairs still outnumbered audience members in the massive conference room. By the time the panel started, however, we had a lively audience of at least 40. Allison Unruh introduced the ...

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College Art Association Conference: Mid-conference reportFeb 23, 2012 08:32 pm | Jeremy Miller

The Los Angeles Convention Center is massive. Despite its girth, the College Art Association 2012 Conference occupies about one third of the center. There is no shortage of simultaneous interesting sessions, forcing attendees to choose carefully. The sessions I’ve visited thus far have been largely interesting, with some presenters generating more enthusiasm than others. “Deconstructing ...

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CAA THURSDAY – NEWS, BLOGS, AND TWEETSFeb 23, 2012 06:02 pm | Annie Harris-Kornblith

“The CAA’s 100th Annual Conference couldn’t have come at a better time for the city…” “Looking forward to warm sunshine…” “I’ve seen so many people knitting during sessions. Is there a group art project happening that I’m not aware of?” “I’ve heard rumors of a cage match between art history profs and painting profs tomorrow.” ...

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