CAA provides special programs and services to both its membership and to the larger fields of art and art history.
Standards and Guidelines
CAA publishes Standards and Guidelines for the field on such issues as conventions for résumés and CVs, tenure guidelines for artists and scholars, and proper etiquette for interviewers.
Affiliated societies are groups of art professionals and other organizations whose goals are generally consonant with those of CAA, with a view toward facilitating intercommunication and mutual enrichment.
CAA’s Awards for Distinction honor individual artists, art historians, authors, curators, and critics whose accomplishments transcend their individual disciplines and contribute to the profession as a whole and to the world at large.
Grants and Fellowships
CAA offers a number of annual and biannual grants and fellowships to its members, for graduate study, publications, exhibitions, and travel to the Annual Conference.
Intellectual Property and the Arts
Intellectual Property and the Arts provides links to CAA’s activities on intellectual-property and copyright matters as well as to useful websites and resources of other organizations.
JSTOR provides access to the complete back runs of The Art Bulletin and Art Journal and preserves them in a long-term archive.
CAA offers individual annual subscriptions and discounted institutional subscriptions to Humanities E-Book, an online, cross-searchable database of over 2,200 monographs in the humanities, including CAA monographs.