Reflections In/Equity

Presented by CCA's First Year Honors Program
February 26–March 2
Presented by CCA's First Year Honors Program
Tecoah Bruce Gallery at the Oliver Art Center, Oakland Campus
Free and open to the public
Opening Reception: Wed., Feb. 28, 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Gallery hours: Mon.–Fri.,10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
More info: Shalini Agrawal, sagrawal@cca.edu 
 
Participating students: Nancy M. Alpuing, Annie Artell, Cooper Berella, Stefania Cerquiera, Justin Coleman, Maya Hazen, Hojin Jung, Rachel Kelban, Karina Kristensen, Lamont Lamar, Eileen Loera, Jason Mcdonald, Natalie Carla Miranda, Maya Perez, Carlos Daniel Perez-Boza, Rachel Poonsiriwong, David Rege, Kindra Smith, Taylor Spivey, Julie Torres, Johannes Valvur, Aaron Weeks
Howsem Wong, Ingrid Yang, Chieh-Yu Yeh, Da Bean Yu, and Cecilia Zhang
 
The First Year Honors Program 2018 exhibition Reflections In/Equity is a thematic show that features work examining issues and interpretations of equity by the First Year students across all disciplines. The core mission of California College of the Arts is to educate students to shape culture through the practice and critical study, creative thinking and conceptual understanding. First Year Honors students investigate issues of equity through critical dialog, engagement and reviews in order to generate perspectives and interpretations represented in this exhibition.
 
CCA First Year Honors Program
The First Year Honors Program enhances students' first year experience with rigorous critique and deepening personal explorations. Students across all disciplines are mentored by graduate students and introduced to available resources at the college and throughout the Bay Area. During the fall semester, students are nominated by Core Studio faculty based on exceptional motivation, creativity, and leadership demonstrated in Core Studio coursework. This voluntary program is available only to students through nomination and invitation.