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4:30  CAA Annual Business Meeting. Hotel Leamington. 

FRIDAY EVENING
7:30 - 10:30
CAA and SAH: Cocktails and Banquet. Hotel Leamington.

CAA and SAH Book Awards announced.

Speaker: To be announced.

Banquet tickets $6.00, gratuities and tax included, if purchased before 1:00 p.m. Friday, otherwise $6.50. 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28 - MORNING 
9:30 - 11:30
CAA  SCULPTURE, THE CLASSICAL TRADITION. Minneapolis Institute of Art. 

Chairman: H.W. Janson, New York University.

Speakers: Carl D. Sheppard, Jr., University of California at Los Angeles. 
Rome and the Revival of Classicism in Sculpture of the Twelfth Century
Adolf Katzenellenbogen, Johns Hopkins University. 
Romanesque Sculpture in Provence and the Classical Tradition 
H.H. Arnason, University of Minnesota. 
The Classicism of Houdon
Dora Wiebenson, New York University.
A Homeric Subject in Neo Classical Sculpture
(Speaker to be announced)
Modern Sculpture and the Classical Tradition

CAA  RECENT SCULPTURE. Walker Art Center. 

Chairman: John Rood, National President, Artists Equity Association.

Panelists: Wayne V. Andersen, Columbia University. 
The Iconographic Program of the New American Sculpture
Albert Elsen, Indiana University. 
Odyssey of the Unquiet Metaphor, The Sculpture of Seymour Lipton
John Rood, National President, Artists Equity Association. 
The Departure From the Human Figure in Recent Sculpture 
Fourth Panelist To be Announced

SAH  THE ARCHITECTURE OF MINNESOTA AND ITS NEIGHBORS.
Hotel Leamington.

Chairman: Charles E. Peterson, National Park Service. 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON

12:00  SAH. Architectural Preservation Luncheon, Robert Bliss, AIA Preservation Officer, Minneapolis, presiding. 

2:30  SAH. Architectural Bus Tour of Twin Cities Area. CAA members and their guests are invited. 

NOTICE: - There will be an exhibition of books on art, architecture and archaeology at the Hotel Leamington.
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