CCA in the Media News

Posted on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 by Laura Braun

Anchoring the Market Street Prototyping Festival in San Francisco, the Mobile Craft Module is a prototype for a series of flexible and reconfigurable mobile stations incorporating workshop and exhibition space in one, rolling craft module. Each module is partially open, with equally modular storage, exhibition and work spaces inside, using a plug-and-play system that allows for easy reconfiguring. The steel frame is clad in Cedar; as a branding touch, the cladding is cut robotically into a series of abstract shapes that happen to spell “CCA” if one looks from the right angle.

Posted on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 by Laura Braun

Performance artist Minji Sohn from Korea (a California College of the Arts graduate) creates color-soaked spaces in which to “redefine chaos” through ritualized acts of repetitive counting, marking and hammering.

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Posted on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 by Laura Braun

Hido cites a guiding statement “about photography hovering in a suggestive zone” by American landscape photographer Lewis Baltz, who died last year: “He said, ‘Photography is a profound corner that sits in between literature and film.’ That quote was in my thesis from CCA (California College of the Arts) in 1998, and I think about it still to this day.”

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Posted on Monday, August 3, 2015 by Laura Braun

He graduated from UC Berkeley and went on to earn a master of fine arts from the California College of Arts and Crafts, becoming a skilled artist. But never gave up his reserved manner.

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Posted on Monday, August 3, 2015 by Laura Braun

Kate Bonner received her MFA from California College of the Arts in 2012. She lives and works in Oakland, CA. In 2013, Bonner was included in NextNewCA, a survey of select California MFA graduates at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. She has exhibited at San Jose Institute for Contemporary Art, Torrance Art Museum, The Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, Luis De Jesus Gallery, Et al Gallery, Queens Nails, The Popular Workshop, Important Projects, Paris Photo LA, and NADA New York, among others.

Posted on Friday, July 31, 2015 by Laura Braun

California College of the Arts design student Hao Dong was already on our radar. Her collection addressed such topics as fast fashion, urban life, and pop culture, all in an edgy, futuristic, and colorful way. 

Posted on Friday, July 31, 2015 by Laura Braun

Clues may be found in “Peak Inspirations,” a show of Schmidt’s artwork now open at the White Walls Gallery. Schmidt had graduated in the top of his class at the California College of the Arts shortly before he left for Pakistan, and his professors say he had an extraordinary eye for the new and innovative that still holds up even now, two years after his death.

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Posted on Thursday, July 30, 2015 by Laura Braun

Tim Belonax is a man of letters and a man of books. He is a designer, writer, and design educator. Currently, he is graphic design lead at Airbnb where he works with design teams to craft the company’s global brand narrative. Concurrently, he is a Senior Lecturer at California College of the Arts (CCA), where he teaches graphic design.

Posted on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 by Laura Braun

Data spatialization takes larges data sets—the types engineers, architects, scientists, and many other professionals can now simulate and visualize in three dimensions via software—into the physical world. It’s an emerging way of representing that data artistically, says Adam Marcus, an architect and artist who created the project with his three collaborators—Daniel Dean, John Kim, and Molly Reichert—at the design-and-build company Futures North.

Posted on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 by Laura Braun

The first thing to do when coming to see En, Set is to take a breath, pocket your phone and take a look around. Shift your gaze from the walls and look to the floor and the ceiling. Since Anthony Huberman took the helm in the Fall of 2014, the exhibitions at the Wattis Institute have been an exercise in patient art viewing, in approaching the artwork on its own terms. For their first institutional solo presentation, Oakland-based artist K.r.m. Mooney extends that sensibility with a collection of restrained and thoughtful works.

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