The Graduate Art History Association (GAHA) was founded in September 2004 at Case Western Reserve University. The organization holds meetings at least once per month during the academic year. The purpose of these meetings is to inform graduate students of upcoming events and to give them an opportunity to voice their questions, concerns and suggestions regarding the Art History and the Art History/Museum Studies graduate programs. In addition to meetings, monthly GAHA social events provide students with time to discuss current research projects, recent campus events and the local Cleveland art scene. There are currently two graduate students, Kylie Fischer and Alexa Amore, involved in GCAS as, vice president and senator, respectively.