College Publications

CCA's Communications Office produces a variety of publications and promotional materials:

Glance magazine, a publication for the CCA community

brochures and posters to promote the college's many lecture series and public programs

undergraduate and graduate enrollment viewbooks for prospective students

college news . . . and many others.

View or download the latest CCA publications and materials »

About Glance

Each issue of Glance delivers the latest news about the college; notable achievements of students, faculty, and alumni; recent activities of the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts; and special content just for alumni.

Feature stories highlight the exciting ways in which CCA is engaging with the community and the world.

The fall 2013 issue was designed by Sputnik students Anna Carollo and Christopher Jordan.

Glance Fall 2013 Glance Preview

In the fall 2013 issue of Glance you'll find these features and more (Awards & Accolades, Spotlight, Bookshelf, etc.):

Alumnus Neil Grimmer, CEO Plum Organics: Success You Can Taste
DMBA Alum Tim Bishop Likes Getting His Hands Dirty
Alumna Toyin Odutola: A Rising Star with Her Feet on the Ground

10 Questions with Film Chair Rob Epstein
To Adorn and to Enlighten: Jewelry / Metal Arts Faculty Nick Dong
New Illustration Chair Owen Smith: Cover to Cover

CCA Community Interest
CCA at Maker Faire 2013: Interdisciplinary Projects Light Up Audiences
Anthony Huberman Appointed Director of the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts

Back Issues

Missed an issue, or looking for a past feature story? Download a back issue.


Most of the aforementioned publications are designed by Graphic Design students enrolled in Sputnik, the college's award-winning undergraduate design studio.

Help CCA save trees: If you are currently on our paper-mail lists (for Glance, one or more lecture series, etc.) and would like to convert your subscription to electronic, please email and let us know the following: name, program, grad year, mailing address, and the specific mailings you're receiving that you would instead prefer to receive via email.