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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

48th Annual Meeting of the College Art Association of America, and the 13th Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians Members of the American Studies Association and the Renaissance Society of America have been invited to share our meetings. 

The Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel, New York, N. Y. 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 - MORNING
8:30 - 3:30
Registration at the Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel. Fee for CAA members, $2.00 each. Members and guests should obtain name cards at registration. 
9:30 - 11:30
CAA:   PRIMITIVE ART. Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel

Chairman: Robert Goldwater, Museum of Primitive Art. 

Speakers: David S. Gebhard, Roswell Museum. 
Recent Studies in Prehistoric North American Painting
Donal Robertson, Newcomb College, Tulane University. 
Aztec Sculpture
Roy Sieber, State University of Iowa.
Masks and Figure Carving of the Goemai and Montol Tribes of Northern Nigeria
Douglas Newton, Museum of Primitive Art.
Style Areas in Sculpture from the Iatmul Tribe of the Sepik River, New Guinea
Herschel B. Chipp, University of California, Berkeley.
Form and Content in the Art of Two Primitive Cultures
Paul S. Wingert, Columbia University
Style and Chronology in the Art of the Polynesian Maori of New Zealand

CAA:   ARCHIECTURE-PAINTING-SCULPTURE RELATIONSHIPS. Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel. 

Moderator: Henry L. Kamphoefner, North Carolina State College. 

Panelists: Percival Goodman, Columbia University. 
Edmund D. Lewandowski, Layton School of Art, Milwaukee
Ibram Lassaw, New York City
Fourth Panelist To be Announced

SAH:    RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE. Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel.

Chairman: Eduard F. Sekler, Harvard University

12:00    Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association of the institute of Fine Arts, New York University, Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel.
12:30    Art Bulletin Committee. Luncheon Meeting. 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON
2:30 - 4:30
CAA:    RENAISSANCE ART AND ANTIQUITY. Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel.

Chairman: Phyllis Bober, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
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