Registration Information

Registration Fees

  • Student Early Bird $75.00. . . open 1/31/24 through 3/31/24 
  • Student Regular $100.00 . . . open 4/1/24 through 6/7/24 
  • Non-student Early Bird $125.00 . . .open 1/31/24 through 3/31/24 
  • Non-student Regular $150.00 . . . open 4/1/24 through 6/7/24 
  • Add-on Excursion to Flying Horse Editions $50.00. . . featuring a tour of the studios, happy hour, poster printing and book exhibition in downtown Orlando 


Click here to register for the 2024 CBAA Annual Meeting

Swag Bag

The first 100 members to register will receive a swag bag of goodies from vendors, artists, and sponsors. At check-in for the meeting, attendees who snagged a swag bag during registration will receive their bags.

Travel Info

The biggest airport is Orlando International Airport (MCO), but Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) is also within reasonable driving distance. For attendees arriving at MCO, you’ll find rideshare services are available for around $40-50 to the Rollins Campus.

There are also Amtrak and Sunrail trains that arrive at the Winter Park Station about half a mile from Rollins. The new Brightline express train takes passengers from Miami to Orlando International Airport (MCO), but it isn’t yet connected to the Sunrail.


CBAA has reserved 50 beds at the Lakeside Neighborhood residence hall on campus. Each full-size bed is located in a room with a private bath and shared living/kitchen area. There are four rooms per suite in Lakeside, so you can plan to stay with friends! Since this is a college residence hall, and not a hotel, CBAA will provide eco-friendly disposable linens for your stay on campus.

The cost for an individual staying on campus covers two nights, June 7 and 8, and includes parking, card reader building access, laundry access and eco-friendly disposable linens. Residents must strip beds, dispose of bedding and return rooms to their original state before departing on June 9th no later than 10:00 a.m.

Other recommended accommodations within walking distance include The Alfond Inn, a high-end boutique hotel owned by Rollins. Every floor has rotating installations of work from the Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, curated and managed by the staff at the Rollins Museum of Art. All profits from this hotel support student scholarships at Rollins.

The Park Plaza Hotel is also within walking distance to campus. It’s a small, quaint property right on Park Ave., the main shopping and dining street in Winter Park.

Other options within a short drive to campus include the Hilton Garden Inn and Springhill Suites by Marriott, both in Winter Park.

Cool Things to Do

If you like theme parks, you’re definitely in the right place, but you may want to consider visiting our local natural springs, hiking trails, beaches and super fun indie shopping and dining options. Here is a list of awesome local businesses within a few miles of campus:

  • Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Winter Park- permanent exhibition featuring the history of this African American neighborhood as well as rotating exhibitions featuring contemporary BIPOC artists
  • East End Market, Winter Park– a neighborhood market featuring locally-owned restaurants and shops
  • Park Ave CDs, Orlando– an essential space for finding community selling vinyl, posters, books, zines, t-shirts and other music merch
  • The Enzian Theater, Maitland- a not-for-profit arthouse movie theater featuring a full dinner menu
  • Art & Art History Museums, Maitland– a lovely little art museum on a campus designated as a national historic landmark which was originally designed as an art colony in 1937 by Jules Andre Smith
  • Joybird Books, Orlando- local used bookstore that hosts readings by local writers and sells zines, posters and other merch by local creators
  • Blackbird Comics & Coffee, Maitland- sells new/vintage comics, imported graphic novels, board games, toys and has a cozy community-centered cafe
  • Out of the Closet, Orlando- supports the LGBTQ+ community in an innovative model that combines a great thrift store and a pharmacy
  • Haan Coffee, Orlando– seasonal coffee menu with Korean specialty coffee and beautiful art on the walls
  • The Courtesy, Winter Park– a friendly but fancy cocktail bar where they will make exactly the drink you want (reservations recommended)
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