Pay-as-you-wish day pass for CAA 2019

Pay-as-you-wish day pass for CAA 2019

College Art Association (CAA)

Photo: Rafael Cardenas.

February 11, 2019
Pay-as-you-wish day pass for CAA 2019
February 13–16, 2019
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The pay-as-you-wish day pass is back for the CAA 2019 Annual Conference in New York City, February 13–16. For the third year in a row we are happy to offer the pass as a way for students, adjunct faculty, or anyone not able to afford a full conference registration to attend any part of the conference for a full day. 

Pay-as-you-wish is available onsite only at the New York Hilton Midtown. There is no advance registration needed. 

Pay-as-you-Wish is open to everyone, CAA members and non-members welcome!

Suggested pay-as-you-wish day pass price: 25 USD 

The pay-as-you-wish day pass allows for full, one-day access to the conference. To attend the Annual Conference for a second day a full day pass must be purchased.

The Keynote Speaker for 2019 will be Joyce J. Scott, sculptor, craftsperson, and 2016 MacArthur Fellow. The Distinguished Artist Interviews will feature Julie Mehretu interviewed by Julia Bryan-Wilson and Guadalupe Maravilla interviewed by Sheila Maldonado. The Distinguished Scholar for the 107th CAA Annual Conference is Dr. Elizabeth Boone, the Martha and Donald Robertson Chair in Latin American Studies at Tulane University. 

The 107th CAA Annual Conference will feature over 300 sessions and panels covering a multitude of topics in the arts, a bustling Book and Trade Fair, and the free and open to the public Academic and Cultural Network Hall with professional development workshops, Idea Exchange, and booths of leading cultural non-profits and educational institutions.  

Browse the full conference schedule  

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