Special note on SECAC and the Visual Resources Curator's Group

Updike, Christina B.
August 2011
Visual Resources Association Bulletin;2011, Vol. 38 Issue 2, preceding p1
An overview of SECAC, the Southeastern College Art Conference, the SECAC Visual Resources Curators Group, and its role as an affiliate society of the Visual Resources Association.


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