CCA Events

August 2–4, 2013
CCA's booth at the 2012 American Craft Council SF Show

Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion | Marina Boulevard at Buchanan Street (along the northern waterfront between Aquatic Park and Marina Green | San Francisco

Hours: Fri., 8/2 (10 a.m.-8 p.m); Sat., 8/3 (10 a.m.-6 p.m.); Sun. 8/4 (11 a.m.-5 p.m.)

Free admission for American Craft Council members and children (12 and under)
Onsite ticket sales: $14 one-day pass / $20 three-day pass
Advance Tickets: $12 one-day pass / $18 three-day pass | available online
Special Friday evening admission: $5 (after 5 p.m.)

Driving directions | map
Paid parking at Fort Mason Center or free street parking around Marina Green

Shuttles will run from Marina Green to the show on a regular basis.

More info: 510.594.3648 or email
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Visit CCA's booth at the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion!

CCA students and recent grads will once again be exhibiting their fine craft works at the prestigious American Craft Council Show in San Francisco this August.

Now in its third year, the School to Market workshop represents a partnership between CCA and the American Craft Council (ACC) to help bring hands-on entrepreneurial experience to young makers working in craft media.

Read about last year's event »

2013 ACC San Francisco Show

This year the CCA booth will feature select works from 29 artists in ceramics, wood, textiles, jewelry, and metal arts that were chosen through an open and rigorous jury process.

Learn more about CCA's School to Market program »

Course Offering

The spring School to Market course is offered as part of the interdisciplinary craft curriculum initiative and is cotaught by David Cole (Jewelry / Metal Arts Program) and Anne Wolf (Textiles Program).

Over the course of the semester, they guide students through the process of producing, displaying, and presenting their work and that of their peers.

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Join us at the Facebook page Craft Forward at CCA for news and links to craft-related happenings on campus and beyond!

Featuring numerous fine arts faculty members from CCA

June 14–August 17, 2013
Suzanne M. Long, "Orphans"

Falkirk Cultural Center | 1408 Mission Avenue (at E Street) | San Rafael

Reception: Friday, June 14, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 1-5 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Visit the Art at the Cheese Factory blog for more info.

Artists create for the twenty-first century, Splendid Objects is an exhibition of new Bay Area craft curated by Kathleen Hanna, who defines craft as "a set of skills highly refined over time -- knowledge of materials and tools and a vision for the possibilities they offer."

She has chosen to show new works by 19 artists -- many of whom are among the CCA faculty -- of all the generations currently working in the Bay Area -- descendants of the postwar contemporary craft movement in California.

The work in this exhibition reflects what artists are thinking and doing in the new millennium.

Featuring work by: James Aarons, Sonya Lee Barrington, Carly Borman,Tripp Carpenter, Suki Diamond, Mateo Hao, Barbara Holmes, Evan Kolker, David Lewin, Suzanne M. Long, Jane McDonald, Allison McLennan, Gary Marsh, Mark Oldland, Leslie Podell, Jean Salatino & Steven Gandolfo, Pamina Traylor, and Mardi Wood