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UAAC Conference 2019

Here are some photos from the Graduate student lunch in Québec city on Friday October 26th.  The lunch was sponsored by Queen’s University Faculty of Arts and Science.

Every fall UAAC hosts Canada’s professional conference for visual arts based research by art historians, professors, artists, curators and cultural workers. The conference is held at a different location each year, normally at a Canadian university or college, and the sessions and panels address issues and subjects in art history, theory and practice from a variety of methodological approaches.

We’re pleased to announce that UAAC-AAUC’s next conference will be held in beautiful Vancouver BC.  More details will be posted shortly.

Conference Programme

The complete conference programme is now available and can be viewed by clicking here or on the document link at the bottom of this page.

Travel assistance for students, CAS and Associate members

(the form is available below)

Student and Associate members may be eligible for financial assistance with travel costs to our annual conference in Québec, QC, October 24-27, 2019.

CLAIMS FOR FUNDING WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE CONFERENCE

To be eligible for funding toward travel expenses applicants must have travelled 500 km or more to the conference site and must also return the completed form and original receipts by mail to the UAAC-AAUC office.  All requests will be considered.

Each successful claim will receive a percentage of the amount sought based on the number of requests as the funds for this assistance are limited.

You must forward the form and original receipts to the UAAC-AAUC office by mail.

The deadline for receipt is November 29th. There will be no exceptions.

This assistance is available to defray the costs of travel only (flight, bus or train).

Please do not submit receipts for accommodations or meals.

All participants seeking reimbursement must apply on their own behalf.

PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT YOUR CLAIM BEFORE THE CONFERENCE AS IT WILL NOT BE RETAINED

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UAAC Travel reimbursement form ENG 2019

 

 

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View past conferences

FINAL.UAAC.Programme

Conference Registration

Everyone chairing a session/panel, presenting a paper or participating in a panel MUST register for the conference AND be a current MEMBER of UAAC-AAUC.

Support the UAAC Travel Fund

The UAAC is directing funds towards travel support for students and sessional faculty, but we are also going to you, our members, to seek donations to this fund.

Please consider making a donation to the travel fund to ensure UAAC’s continued ability to bring together as many visual arts researchers as possible at our annual conference.

UAAC Travel Assistance

Student and Associate members may be eligible for financial assistance with travel costs to our annual conference.

UAAC Travel Assistance

Useful Info for your trip

  • Accomodation

      Every fall UAAC hosts Canada’s professional conference for visual arts based research by art historians, professors, artists, curators and cultural workers. The conference is held at a different location each year, normally at a Canadian university or college, and the sessions and panels address issues and subjects in art history, theory and practice from a variety of methodological approaches.

  • Visitor Parking

      Every fall UAAC hosts Canada’s professional conference for visual arts based research by art historians, professors, artists, curators and cultural workers. The conference is held at a different location each year, normally at a Canadian university or college, and the sessions and panels address issues and subjects in art history, theory and practice from a variety of methodological approaches.

  • Airport Guide

      Every fall UAAC hosts Canada’s professional conference for visual arts based research by art historians, professors, artists, curators and cultural workers. The conference is held at a different location each year, normally at a Canadian university or college, and the sessions and panels address issues and subjects in art history, theory and practice from a variety of methodological approaches.