Past PAA at CAA Meetings
2012: February 22-25, 2012, Los Angeles, CA; The Body Politic: The Role of Body Art and Anthropomorphic Depictions in Oceanic Societies, chaired by Anne E. Guernsey Allen.
2011: February 9-12, New York, New York; Affiliated Society Session: Documenting Oceania after the 20th Century, chaired by Bernida Webb-Binder. Session description, abstracts, and photos. Nina Tonga, "postcard from new york," Tautai: Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust (March 2011).
2010: February 12, Chicago, Illinois; Affiliated Society Full Session: Views from the Continent: Art and the U.S. Pacific Diaspora, chaired by Margo Machida and Jewel Castro; Affiliated Society Special Session: Visual Historis in and of Polynesia. Session descriptions and abstracts.
2009: February 27, Los Angeles, California; Urban Pacific Art in Aotearoa New Zealand, chaired by Christina Hellmich and Giles Peterson Whitecliffe. Session description, abstracts, and photos.
2008: February 22, Dallas, Texas; Art and Identity in Oceania, Revisited, chaired by Stacey Kamehiro. Session description and abstracts
2007: February 16, New York, New York; Cultural Properties: Reconnecting Pacific Arts, chaired by Haidy Gaismar
2006: February 25, Boston, Massachusetts; New Cultural Dialogues Concerning Oceanic Art: Collections, Museum Exhibitions, and the Collecting of Contemporary Art from the Pacific Islands, chaired by Christina Hellmich and Ping-Ann Addo
2005: February 19, Atlanta, Georgia; Invention and Influence: Architecture in the Pacific, chaired by Carol Ivory and Virginia-Lee Webb
2004: February 21, Seattle, Washington; The Art of the Body in Oceania / Bodily (Re)Presentations in Oceanic Art, chaired by Stacy Kamehiro
2003: February 21, New York, New York; Exhibiting Pacific Arts, chaired by Carol Ivory and Virginia-Lee Webb
2002: February 23, Philadelphia, PA; Biography, the Written Word, and Pacific Artists: Multivalent Views of History and the Individual, chaired by Hilary Scothorn and Karen Stevenson
2001: March 1, Chicago, Illinois; Pacific Island Artists in a Global World, chaired by Carol Ivory