Advertising and Promotion
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If your publications, products, and services are related to art, art history, or visual studies, you will benefit from the direct access CAA provides to the visual-arts community. CAA is a leader in the field, with more than 10,000 individual members—artists, art historians, students, curators, critics, educators, librarians, art dealers, and museum professionals—plus over 4,000 members/subscribers, such as museums, universities, libraries, and foundations.
Get noticed by this motivated and focused group of consumers by advertising in one of CAA’s publications, or by exhibiting at the Annual Conference. CAA has numerous options to meet your advertising, marketing, and publicity needs.
The Art Bulletin
An estimated 30,000 people read The Art Bulletin, published four times a year, in March, June, September, December. The journal's audience—art historians (40 percent), artists (20 percent), institutional readers (20 percent), curators (10 percent), and administrators and conservators (10 percent)—are the ideal market for scholarly and university publishers, museums and galleries, providers of grants and fellowships, and more.
A peer-reviewed journal devoted to modern and contemporary art, Art Journal reaches an estimated 35,000 readers: art historians (30 percent), artists (35 percent), institutional readers (20 percent), and curators, conservators, and art administrators (15 percent). Art Journal is published quarterly, in the spring, summer, fall, and winter of every year.
Published online on a continual basis, caa.reviews is the only publication in the United States—in any format—devoted exclusively to reviews of books, exhibitions, and symposia of interest to artists, art historians, and their students. The website’s traffic averages 9,000 unique visitors and over 22,000 page views a month.
Weekly newsletters, CAA News Monday and CAA News are automatically delivered every Monday and Wednesday to all individual and institutional members, and to nonmember subscribers with an interest in the arts, scholarship, advocacy, and the professional advancement of the visual arts.
Conference Website and Program
Book and Trade Fair
The Book and Trade Fair complements the Conference Program by allowing exhibitors to educate attendees about currently available products, publications, and services. Participants in the event include: publishers of books in art and art history; magazines, journals, and periodicals in the arts; manufacturers and distributors of materials and equipment for artists; digital-image resources and digital-media providers; residencies and fellowships, foreign-study programs, and higher-education service providers; and university art and art-history departments and art schools.
Directories of Graduate Programs in the Arts
Promote your institution, program, product, or service in the go-to resource for prospective graduate students in the arts. CAA’s directories of graduate programs in the arts are the most comprehensive resources available for new and incoming graduate students in fine art and design, art and architectural history, curatorial and museum studies, arts administration, art education, film production, conservation, and more in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. The directories provide prospective graduate students with the critical information they need to complete the application process and navigate the academic landscape, from availability of financial aid and fellowships to faculty and deadlines.
Online Career Center
The Online Career Center is the largest database of employment listings in the art and academic worlds. Job seekers may search listings and post their CV, and employers may submit classified advertisements and browse information about potential candidates. Other features allow schools and institutions to set up interviews at the CAA conference and elsewhere.