2015 MFA in Design Thesis Exhibition

Presented by the Graduate Program in Design
May 15–23, 2015
2015 MFA in Design Thesis Exhibition
Nave, San Francisco Campus

East & West classrooms (inside the main Montgomery Building) at 1111 Eighth Street
Free and open to the public
Opening Reception: Thurs., May 14, 6-10 p.m.*
Exhibition hours: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. daily
More information: Estee Eliasoph at eeliasoph@cca.edu

* Note: The exhibition opens to the public May 14 at 6 p.m.

The Graduate Program in Design is proud to present the 2015 MFA Thesis Exhibition: A Range of Indeterminate Results.

The exhibition will feature individual and collaborative works of graphic, interaction, and industrial design from more than 40 degree candidates who have completed CCA’s prestigious transdisciplinary graduate curriculum.

Curatorial Statement
We are shaped by the spaces and things we create. We are simultaneously orchestrators and participants in the transformation of ideas from concept to thing. Hierarchies and understandings of social relations and norms are in deep flux.

Our insides have become our outsides, our intimacies public, we socialize in the private space of solitary interfaces. The ground we stand on is rapidly moving, but there are moments in this shifting landscape to lead by example in the advocacy of resiliency, purposeful translation of human thought, and creation of joy.

The California College of the Arts Graduate Program in Design class of 2015 invites you to walk in and among the overlapping fields of our work, practices, and lives in A Range of Indeterminate Results.

Please join us in congratulating the graduating class of 2015.


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