TFAP@CAA

TFAP@CAA Day of Panels brings together exceptional groups of artists, art historians, curators, and critics for a day of dialogue and performance, creating an energizing and extraordinary feminist art event during the annual College Art Association Conferences. 

TFAP@CAA 2017

Crossroads: Art + Native Feminism
2017 TFAP@CAA Day of Panels

Saturday, February 18, 2017, 10:15am-6pm

Museum of Arts and Design
2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019
Symposium Chairs: Juane Quick-to-See Smith,
Maria Hupfield, and Kat Griefen
Schedule and Abstracts
 
Matriarchal Action + Art
CAA Affiliated Society Panel
Friday, February 17, 2017, 1:30-3pm
Hilton New York Midtown

A conversation between artists
Juane Quick-to-See Smith and Maria Hupfield
moderated by Lowery Stokes Sims

From The Belly of The Beast
Friday, February 17, 2017, 7-10pm
Grace Exhibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11206
A night of native and non-native feminist performances
Co-curated by Maria Hupfield and Katya Grokhovsky

Videos of the Day of Panels Will Be Available March 2017!

#TFAPatCAA

FUTURE TFAP@CAA:
2018 in Los Angeles Date and Location TBA
2019 in New York Date and Location TBA
PAST TFAP@CAA Day of Panels:

2016 in Washington, DC

Performing Identity as Intersectional, 2016 TFAP Day of Panels - Saturday, February 6, 2016
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Symposium Chairs: Zoë Charlton and Margo Hobbs
Abstracts and Schedule of TFAP Day of Panels 2016

Feminism: Remembrance & Legacy
A Project in Honor of the 10th Anniversary of TFAP
Friday, February 5, 5:30pm, ARTexchange, Washington Marriot Wardman Park Hotel
Saturday, Februrary 6, during the TFAP Day of Panels, National Museum of Women in the Arts
Organized by Claudia Sbrissa and Kathleen Wentrack

View the project >>

Press Release

Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2015

2015 in New York City
TFAP Day of Panels - Saturday, February 14
Museum of Arts and Design
Symposium Chairs: Damali Abrams, Jenn Dierdorf,
Kathleen Wentrack

Abstracts and Schedule of TFAP Day of Panels 2015
Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2015
2014 in Chicago
TFAP Day of Panels - Saturday, February 15
Columbia College Chicago - Stage Two
Symposium Chairs:  Myrel Chernick and Jennie Klein
Abstracts and Schedule of TFAP Day of Panels 2014
Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2014
2013 in New York
TFAP Day of Panels - Saturday, February 16
Symposium Chair: Catherine Morris, Curator
TFAP@CAA: A Conversation on Performative Art:
Women Redrawing/P
erformance
Sunday, February 17- 1pm
Organized by damali abrams, Jenn Dierdorf,
Kat Griefen and Kathleen Wentrack. 

SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery

Press Release
2012 in Los Angeles
February 22 - 25
TFAP Day of Panels: Shares & Stakeholders
Saturday, February 25

Symposium Chairs: Audrey Chan and Elana Mann
Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles
Press Release
Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2012
2011 in New York
TFAP Day of Panels - February 12
Symposium Chairs: Julia Bryan-Wilson and Johanna Burton
TFAP@CAA/Flomenhaft - February 10
Coordinators: Melanie Herzog and Susan Messer,

Sonic Art and Activism: Exploring the Ties
Between Feminist Art and Popular Music
- February 13

Coordinators: Kat Griefen and Maria Elena Buszek
Bus Tour: Art at Rutgers University - February 13

Press Release
Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2011
2010 in Chicago
TFAP Day of Panels 2010
Symposium Chair: Maria Buszek 
Press Release
Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2010
2009 in Los Angeles
TFAP Day of Panels 2009
Symposium Chair: Anne Swartz
Videos of the TFAP Day of Panels 2009 are unavailable
2008 in Dallas-Fort Worth
TFAP Panel Session - February 22

Symposium Chairs: Susan Fisher Sterling and Dena Muller
Videos of the TFAP Day of Panels 2008 are unavailable
2007 in New York
TFAP Panel Session - February 17

Symposium Chairs: Arlene Raven and Anne Swartz
Videos of the TFAP Day of Panels 2007 are unavailable

SYMPOSIUM CHAIR BIOGRAPHIES

This event is free and open to the public. Videos are available for viewing on this website.

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HISTORY
College Art Association (CAA) has been a Founding Program partner of The Feminist Art Project since its inception in 2005. CAA hosts conference sessions and special events originating from The Feminist Art Project, as well as from CAA’s membership, that center on women’s aesthetic and intellectual impact on the cultural record.

In 2008, the CAA Committee on Women in the Arts established a Distinguished Feminist Award, which honors a person who, through his or her art, scholarship, or advocacy, has advanced the cause of equality for women in the arts. The award was given for the first time in 2009 to the Guerrilla Girls. The Feminist Art Project became an Affiliated Society of CAA in 2016.

We are grateful for CAA's generosity in providing meeting rooms, publicity, technical support, and assistance that gives greater visibility throughout the conference week to women artists, feminist concerns, and supports the mission of The Feminist Art Project.

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ABOUT TFAP@CAA
In 2007, Anne Swartz, Professor of Art History,
Savannah College of Art and Design, organized the first TFAP Day of Panels and performances for the CAA conference in NYC. Since then, the TFAP@CAA program has become a staple in the CAA conference itinerary and is scheduled through 2019.


The Feminist Art Project would like to thank Anne Swartz
for creating the annual TFAP@CAA Day of Panels and
serving as Project Coordinator 2007-2011.  Through Anne's efforts, the art world, the CAA and WCA communities, and  emerging professionals gained access to cutting edge work and ideas of artists, curators, performers and scholars, up close and  through a feminist lens. Anne contributed many planning hours, acting as the liaison between TFAP and panel chairs and ensuring that the annual day of panels ran smoothly. Anne's gift to all of us has been an ongoing forum for feminist issues and discussions of global art and art history. Brava Anne!
Learn more about Anne Swartz

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Top Image: Nancy PoppTravertine
(TFAP Day of Feminist Panels), 2009

Collaborative Site-Specific Performance
(College Art Association Conference, Los Angeles)
Other photos: Connie Tell