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TFAP@CAA: Day of Panels at CAA Annual Conference 2011

February 12, 2011

9am – 5:30pmThis event is free and open to the public

9:00-9:05 Welcome Museum of Art and Design

9:05-9:15 Introductions by TFAP@CAA 2011 Co-organizers Johanna Burton, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, and Julia Bryan-Wilson, University of California, Irvine

9:15-10:15 The Problem of Feminist Form
A Talk by Aruna d’Souza, Clark Art Institute. Respondent: Connie Butler, Museum of Modern Art

10:15-11:00 A Conversation between artist Sharon Hayes, Cooper Union, and Miwon Kwon, University of California, Los Angeles

11:00-12:30 Institutions and their Feminist Discontents
Roundtable: Yes! Association, feminist art advocacy group, Leslie Hewett, artist, Lin + Lam, artist collaborative
Respondent/Moderator:  Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, El Museo del Barrio

Lunch Break

1:00-1:45 A Conversation between Zoe Leonard, artist, and Huey Copeland, Northwestern University

1:45-3:15 The Erotics of Feminism
Anita Steckel, artist, Joan Semmel, artist, Rachel Middleman, University of Southern California, Richard Meyer, University of Southern California


3:30-4:15 A Conversation between Ayreen Anastas, artist, and Jaleh Mansoor, Ohio University

4:30-5:30 Feminism, Art, and War
A talk by Mignon Nixon, The Courtauld Institute of Art.  Respondent:  Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Harvard University

For directions to MAD:
Museum: 212.299.7777

For more information contact:
Connie Tell
The Feminist Art Project, Manager
191 College Ave., 2nd floor,
Institute for Women & Art @Rutgers
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone: 732-932-3726 x 16


Johanna Burton    Julia Bryan-Wilson


The Institute for Women and Art welcomes all visitors with disabilities. Please contact the IWA for further details and information regarding accommodation of specific needs at: or 732-932-3726.



February 12, 2011
Event Category:


Museum of Art and Design
2 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019 United States


Connie Tell