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CAA Feminism + Art Livestream

CAA has engaged in a year long 50th anniversary celebration of feminism and art, culminating in a program and reception at Boston University’s Joan and Edgar Booth Theatre on Friday, September 23, 2022 at 4 p.m ET. This program will reflect on the incredible history of feminist pioneers at the organization while looking toward a more inclusive, equitable future. Along with the Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA) and The Feminist Art Project (TFAP), CAA is committed to ensuring our crucial work continues during this moment of precarity for women’s rights.

To expand national and global reach, CAA will livestream the 90-minute Boston program; registration for the livestream is now open to the public. We are also excited to announce three key partnerships which make this a first-of-its-kind event for CAA: ArtTable will host a virtual program to accompany the livestream of our Boston event; Pen + Brush will host a satellite location for the livestream in New York City; and Women & Their Work will host a satellite location for the livestream in Austin, TX. Collaboration with these extraordinary organizations in this way is just the beginning; together, we will introduce a new generation to the intersection of art and feminism at CAA and beyond.

To register for the livestream program, please visit


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