CCA Events

Hosted by Mix & Stir: A Startup Studio

January 16, 2013, 6:00–9:00 pm

Nave, San Francisco Campus
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Back of the Nave, near the production stage
Tickets are $30 (individual) and $50 (company -- covers up to three attendees from the same company).

Note: A limited number of discounted CCA student and alumni registrations is available. Use codes CCAStudent or CCAalumni when registering.

For questions, please contact Mary Anne Masterson at maryanne@mixandstirstudio.com.

Mix & Stir: A Startup Studio is hosting a series of events this spring at CCA focused on helping entrepreneurs solve the biggest challenge most startups face: growing user adoption as fast as possible.

Join us for Growth Hack: Office Hours with a Behavioral Scientist, a Design Guru, and a Data Scientist, which will feature a panel of world-class minds, including a Stanford behavioral scientist, a user experience guru, and a big-data scientist, who will listen to real-world growth challenges from selected startups and provide insight on using best practices to speed growth.

The Panel

  • Stephen Kosslyn, Director, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University
  • Maria Guidice, CEO and founder of Hot Studio
  • Rishab Aiyer Ghosh, Chief Scientist and cofounder of Topsy
  • Hiroshi Wald (moderator), Managing Director, Austral Capital Partners, US

Bonus: There is also an opportunity for selected startups to present themselves to the panel. See Registration info »

About Mix & Stir

When smart technology and brilliant design meet the right business model, something amazing happens. The world gains more thoughtful intentional products -- and fewer ones that suck.

We work with entrepreneurs to build and grow design driven companies. If have a vision you want to make real -- and the passion and gumption to make it happen, we’re looking for you. The key requirements are passion to address real customer needs, collaborate effectively, and the drive to delight users with something extraordinary.

January 16, 2013, 6:00–7:00 pm

Are you unable to visit our campus this fall? Join us online for a virtual information session!

This presentation will inform you about our undergraduate academic programs, admission requirements, portfolio preparation, financing your education, and campus life. You will also be able to speak with an enrollment counselor.

All sessions take place Wednesdays from 6 to 7 p.m.

Please RSVP to join us online! A link with a login and password to the Virtual Information Session will be sent to the email address indicated on the RSVP prior to the event.

Sessions offered

September 12, 2012
October 10, 2012
November 14, 2012
December 5, 2012
January 16, 2013
February 13, 2013
March 20, 2013
March 27, 2013
April 3, 2013

January 14–24, 2013

Isabelle Percy West Gallery, Oakland Campus
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<p><strong>Reception: Wed., Jan. 23, 5:30-7:30 p.m.</strong><br />
Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-7:30 p.m. (closed Jan. 21)<br />
Info: <a href="mailto:dsmith@cca.edu">dsmith@cca.edu</a></p>

September 4, 2012–May 10, 2013
Touring the Social Imaginary

CATALYSTRANSIT is a project organized by Ana Labastida, circulating through the Bay Area’s Casual Carpool from Fruitvale Avenue in Oakland to Fremont Street in San Francisco, that questions how we interpret the mundane moments during commutes.

To participate, or for more information, visit www.catalystransit.com.

This project is part of Touring the Social Imaginary, a series of exhibitions and participatory, public programs across the Bay Area organized by PLAySPACE, that map the social imaginary using research-intensive processes to ask questions about places and the people that inhabit them.

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About PLAySPACE

PLAySPACE, The Paulette Long and Shepard Pollack Art Community Experiment, is a graduate student-run exhibition program. It provides the resources for student curators to conceptualize and present programming that is especially appropriate for, and oriented toward, the academic community.

This programming is presented in various venues and locations throughout the community.