IAS @ CAA 2016 The IAS will host two sessions, as well as its annual business meeting, at the 104th College Art Association Annual Conference at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC Business Meeting Friday, February 5, 7:30-9:00AM Washington 4, Exhibition Level In addition to reports on IAS activities and finances, we will honor three Italian Art Society founders and recognize current grant recipients.

IAS @ CAA 2016

The IAS will host two sessions, as well as its annual business meeting, at the 104th College Art Association Annual Conference at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC

Business Meeting
Friday, February 5, 7:30-9:00AM
Washington 4, Exhibition Level
In addition to reports on IAS activities and finances, we will honor three Italian Art Society founders and recognize current grant recipients. Coffee, tea, and light breakfast will be provided. 

Beyond Texts and Academies:
Rethinking the Education of the Early Modern Italian Artist
Friday, February 5, 9:30AM-12:00PM
Washington 1, Exhibition Level
Chair and organizer: Jesse Locker, Portland State University

Li pittori parlano con l’opere: Poetry and Practice in the Academic Tradition
James Hutson, Lindenwood University

Imitation and Assimilation: Raphael as Court Artist
Kim Butler Wingfield, American University

Piero di Cosimo: A Puzzling Case of an Unlearned Artist Creating Learned Art
Sarah Blake McHam, Rutgers University

Ercole Ferrata’s Studio as Rome’s Sculpture School
Jessica Boehman, LaGuardia Community College

Practice and Patronage in the Roman Palace: The Education of Artists under Camillo Pamphilj
Lara Yeager-Crasselt, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

Rethinking the Rhetoric and Force of Images
Friday, February 5, 12:30-2PM
Maryland Suite, Lobby Level
Co-chairs: Robert Williams, UC Santa Barbara and Anna Marazuela Kim, Courtauld Institute of Art

The Evidence of Images
Klaus Krüger, Freie Universität Berlin

Truth and Presence: the Power of Portraits in Renaissance Italy
Jeanette Kohl, UC Riverside

The Phenomenology of the Mural
Marius Hauknes, John Hopkins University

Why Phenomenology Matters: Husserl’s ‘Fantasy, Image-Consciousness, and Memory’
Nicola Suthor,Yale University


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