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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 46th Annual Meeting of the College Art Association of America, and the 11th Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians To be held at The Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D. C. January 30, 31, and Febraury 1, 2, 1958 THURSDAY, January 30 - - MORNING 8:30-3:30 Registration at the Mayflower Hotel. Fee for CAA members, $2.00. Members and guests should obtain name cards at registration. 9:30-11:30 CAA: RENAISSANCE ART. State Room. Chairman: Sydney J. Freedberg, Harvard University. Speakers: Helmut Wohl, Yale University. Domenico Veneziano at Castiglione d'Olona Frederick Hartt, Washington University. The Feet of Sant'Egidio Millard Meiss, Harvard University. Poetess and Painter(ess?) Philip Pouncey, British Museum, and Columbia University Baldassarre Peruzzi as Painted and Draughtsman SAH: ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE. Chinese Room. Chairman: A. Henry Detweiler, Cornell University. (Speakers and titles to be announced) THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, East Room. 12:00 SAH. Luncheon and Business meeting. 2:30-4;30 CAA: GREECE AND ROME IN THE FIRST CENTURY B.C., East Room. Chairman: Peter H. von Blanckenhagen, University of Chicago. Speakers: Otto G. Brendel, Columbia University. Painting Christine Mitchell, Vassar College. Monumental Relief Sculpture of the First Century B.C. Evelyn B. Harrison, Columbia University. Portraits Frank E. Brown, Yale University. Architecture CAA: THE CREATIVE ARTIST AND THE UNIVERSITY. State Room. Chairman: Laurence Schmeckebier, Syracuse University. Speakers: Leon Golub, Indiana University. Provocation and Insight Minna Citron, New York City. The Need for the Creative Artists in the Education of the Complete Man George Swinton, University of Manitoba. Life and Transformation of the Creative Artist and the University Community Kyle Morris, New York City. (Title to be announced) W. B. Bryan, Minneapolis School of Art. An experiment in the Education of the Artist
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