This is a brief review of the 2011 CAA sessions pertaining to arts research, as perceived by one attendee. An effort was made to integrate the hybrid discourse of new media in contemporary art practice with the emergence of arts technology integration in education and arts research. Woven in briefly is a snippet from the contemporary studio artist scene in a dynamically changed and perplexing marketplace. This author is trying to synthesize conversations from several sessions that seem to provide a glimpse of some of the hot topics in contemporary art and arts education and their intersections. If this review was depicted as a word cloud such text would be featured as: living artist, emergence, artist-scholar, art as research, contemporary art practice, new media, terminal degree, sciarts, transdisciplinary and ruptured boundaries.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Westchester Community College
Publication date: 24 August 2011
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