We look forward to connecting with everyone at the 2023 College Art Association annual meeting, taking place in New York City on February 15-18.
Be sure to visit UW Press in the Book and Trade Fair at booth 221 for a 30% discount on new and notable titles. We have a rich and varied catalog in Asian art, Native American and Indigenous art, visual culture, and more. Our virtual exhibit is now open, and you can take early advantage of the conference discount with code WCAA23 at checkout. The code will be valid for CAA members through March 15, 2023.
Discover New and Notable Books
Learn About Our Art and Visual Culture Series
Native Art of the Pacific Northwest: A Bill Holm Center Series
Publishing important new research on the Native art and culture of the greater Pacific Northwest, this series aims to foster appreciation of the dynamic cultural and artistic expressions of the Indigenous peoples of the region. Grounded in art history, the series encompasses investigations of historical productions and contemporary manifestations of cultural expression as well as the important intersections between time, place, technique, and viewpoint.
Critical Ethnic Studies and Visual Culture
This new book series engages insights from critical ethnic studies and visual culture, and encourages innovative interdisciplinary antiracist work that challenges and transforms our understanding of race, ethnicity, and the visual. Focusing on art, new media, art history, visual anthropology, visual culture, craft, fashion, and other forms of cultural expression, the series brings together works that engage decolonization and social justice with an intersectional emphasis on race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, disability, and gender.