Critics and Attendees agree: CAA a success!


Amy, Holly, and our intrepid intern, Maya, are just back from the College Art Association’s centennial conference in Los Angeles.  What a remarkable event! Intellect’s book and journal portfolio drew record numbers of attendees to our display and sales were through the roof. Thanks in part to the book signing for Artist-Scholar and Artist-Teacher, by G. Jim Daichendt, the press posted record sales. 

Jennifer Fisher and Jim Drobnik fielded questions regarding their new Journal of Curatorial Studies, which attracted swarms of interested parties.  The editor session hosted by Bill Catling and Jim Daichendt in support of the new journal, Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art also proved popular—not one copy was left at conference end.  The greatest indicator of success—no journals to ship home!

It was a privilege to share the exciting new work from our ever expanding and impressive group of authors and editors. CAA attendees were also so moved by Intellect’s commitment to the arts as to create artful collages incorporating snippets from our ‘Why Art Matters’ magazine. Thanks to Paul Skiff and event organizers for putting on such a terrific event.  We can’t wait for next year’s conference back in New York City.

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