CCA in the Media News

Posted on Thursday, July 10, 2014 by Laura Braun

From its title, “comics studies” draws expectations of action-packed graphic novels and costumed heroes a la Marvel and DC. With its second annual “Comics in the City” lecture series however, the California College of the Arts’ MFA in Comics program exhibited a diverse lineup of professionals in the industry who represent occupations beyond the mainstream superpower trade.

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Posted on Thursday, July 10, 2014 by Laura Braun

But the pair graduated from California College of the Arts in 2010, when full-time employment was hard to come by. They needed that kiln to create jobs for themselves.

"We were working out of our apartment's tiny, 150-square-foot garage, with the goal of doing pottery full time," says Jay. "It was our best idea." And a lucky one.

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Posted on Thursday, July 10, 2014 by Laura Braun

The successor to Fletcher's first book, Sustainable Fashion & Textiles – Design Journeys, Fletcher and Grose explore sustainable fashion from a designer's perspective, presenting the role of the designer in accelerating sustainable change as a communicator, activist and entrepreneur.

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Posted on Thursday, June 26, 2014 by Laura Braun

Another rare account of LGBT life in the U.S. during the war was captured in Tina Takemoto's documentary, Looking for Jiro , Graves noted. The documentary unearths the story of Jiro Onuma, a gay Japanese man who was incarcerated in central Utah during World War II. Takemoto is an artist and associate professor at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco.

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Posted on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 by Laura Braun

Here at the Exhibitionist we can admit that holding up a newspaper is sometimes too hard (though the weekly is way easier to handle than those tease daily newspapers that give you 3 inches of an article and then force you to search for another section deep within the paper until you're holding a pulpy tangle of tear-stained ink and Maureen Dowd's headshot, not to name names,) so we gave "Newspaper on the Radio" a listen.

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Posted on Monday, June 23, 2014 by Laura Braun

After he was diagnosed with cancer at age 14, he was homeschooled by his mother and spent hours drawing, painting and doing ceramics. After completing a bachelor's in fine arts at California College of the Arts he left for Hawaii to build his first tree house, using hand tools and material found on the beaches and forests. When he came back to San Francisco to do a show of his paintings at Needles & Pens store, he made another tree house using recycled urban stuff and lived there for a month.

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Posted on Monday, June 23, 2014 by Laura Braun

David Gissen is a historian and theorist of architecture, His work focuses on developing a novel concept of nature in architectural thought and developing experimental forms of architectural and urban historical practice. He is the author of the books Subnature (2009) and Manhattan Atmospheres (2014) and numerous essays and book chapters. He is an associate professor at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco.

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Posted on Monday, June 23, 2014 by Laura Braun

California College of the Arts architecture student Lujac Desautel re-examines traditional yacht design with GLASS, a beautifully minimalist concept that utilizes stacked levels to create a sleek, sculptural form. Inspired by interlocking LEGO blocks as wall as the architecture of skyscrapers, the ship is organized vertically by three cubic volumes, allowing for the maximizing of living space for guests and crew members.​

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Posted on Monday, June 23, 2014 by Laura Braun

The Design Innovation prize was awarded to Haworth for its development of Bluescape technology, an interactive touchscreen wall. The Design for Humanity award went to Judith Heerwagen for her pioneering research in biophilia, which examines how building and workplace design influence organizational effectiveness. Architect Amy Campos of California College of the Arts in San Francisco took home the Nancy Vincent McClelland Merit Award for her professional accomplishments, innovative teaching methods, and successful interior design practice.

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Posted on Monday, June 23, 2014 by Laura Braun

Ford and IDSA have teamed up to bring you "Designing Innovation"—a panel discussion on design featuring Nathan Shedroff of the California College of the Arts, Yves Béhar of fuseproject, Jordan Brandt of Autodesk and Freeman Thomas of Ford Motor Company. Check out the video above to see what they have to say about the role of technology in design, shaping consumer behaviors and responses to innovative products and how products stand out from and fit in with the world around them (among many other things, of course).

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