CAA 2015 Session Initiatives



By popular demand, here you will find some brilliant and promising responses to our question "What Have You Done for Art History Lately?" If you see an initiative here that you like, make it happen in your own art history world.
*Please note that these documents have been posted with permission from the authors.

Session Response by Patricia Mainardi, The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Photo credit: Sarah Thornton, artforum.com, 02.14.11.

Seven Questions for Art History by Matthew Israel, Artsy
Photo credit: College Art Association, 04.27.11.

Gregory Bryda, Yale University

YouTube Video



Where Art History Takes Us; ‘Raise Your Banner High!’ Mounting a ‘Take Back the Night’ Event: Visual Culture, Community Engagement, and Feminist Practice on a University Campus

Colleen J. Denney, University of Wyoming

Video credit: Ali Grossman, videographer and production by UWTV, 2012.

Building Community/Valuing Academic Labor: Art History Teaching Resources (AHTR)
Michelle Millar Fisher, Museum of Modern Art; Karen D. Shelby, Baruch College, City University of New York

Google Docs Video

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Kim Theriault, Dominican University

Google Docs Video

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Art History for Artists: Experiments from an Indian University
Sarada Natarajan, University of Hyderabad

Sarada_ART_HISTORY_FOR_ARTISTS_Final.mp4


How to Turn the Public Areas of a Community College into an Educational Art Museum and Build a Serious Art Collection with a Budget of Fumes
Andrea L. Siegel, Hudson County Community College

Google Docs Video

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Selling Art History Outside the Classroom: Targeting the Audience, Changing the Paradigm
Sarah E. Diebel, University of Wisconsin–Stout

Diebel_CAATalk_2015.mp4


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