Confluence: Art & Culture
Hosted by the Southwest School of Art, San Antonio
October 17-19th, 2019
Annual Conference Events / Info
2019 Conference Early Registration Deadline: SEPTEMBER 27, after this date conference fees increase.
To pay by check, download the TASA 2019 Conference Registration Auto-Fill Form (PDF) and mail with payment (check made out to TASA) and mail to the address listed at the bottom of the form. If your institutional membership check is “in the mail,” and you want to avoid the Institutional Representative Conference Late fee, be sure to EMAIL this form as an attachment after filling it out (see below) BEFORE or on SEPTEMBER 27.
For credit cards, please use the Eventbrite button below. Besides clicking on the Eventbrite button below to pay, please also download the TASA 2019 Conference Registration Auto-Fill Form (PDF), and on your computer, open it in Acrobat Reader (free download from https://get.adobe.com/reader/), fill it out, save as (rename) and attach to an email back to Linda Fawcett at email@example.com.
This is especially important if you will be attending the conference as your school’s Institutional Representative and want to avoid the late fee that might result if your school has renewed its Institutional membership but did not let me know you were coming as your school’s Institutional Representative by the pre-registration deadline. Simply say: “Inst Rep” as your conference fee status with Institutional Membership as “PD.” And be sure to also say if you will be attending the Saturday Lunch Banquet and if you need a veggie meal (helps with plate count).
ONE FOOT EXHIBITION -About the Show
Call for Exhibition Entries
Every year at the TASA Annual Conference attendees are invited to participate in the TASA One Foot Exhibition. Submissions for this show must be limited to one square foot for 2D work or one cubic foot for 3D pieces.
CALL FOR ART HISTORY/THEORY PAPERS
We invite art historians, artists, art theoreticians, critics and philosophers to submit proposals that would be of interest to TASA members. We encourage the use of PowerPoint or other visual aids. Extemporaneous presentations are preferred over formal readings. Presenters have 20 minutes, plus a brief question and answer period at the end. Non-members who teach in Texas colleges and universities qualify for submission of a proposal by simply joining TASA ($30 individual membership).
PAUL HANNA LECTURE
Call for Paul Hanna Lecture Proposals (PDF)
The Paul Hanna Lecture exists to provide a forum through which a selected studio artist can make a presentation at the annual TASA conference. The lecture may include PowerPoint prefer and other visual aids. An honorarium will be awarded. A TASA committee will review proposals. Notices of acceptance and rejection will be sent. Non-members who teach art in Texas colleges and universities may qualify for submission of a proposal by simply joining TASA ($30 individual membership).