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Posted on Friday, June 26, 2015 by Laura Braun

Jessica Silverman opened her first art gallery while still a curatorial student at the California College of the Arts. Now she's one the brightest stars on the San Francisco art scene.

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Posted on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 by Laura Braun

"In many ways, we're partnering with those companies directly in co-curricular opportunities," Provost Melanie Corn said. "Those companies are pulling from young design-focused minds and giving students a great connection."

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Posted on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 by Laura Braun

This may seem like a bottomless when an outsider listening in on all the talk about sustainability and social responsibility. Despite massive advances in technology, knowledge and awareness is the industry's next challenge is to close the circle and make sustainability relevant in consumers' minds, says sustainability consultant Lynda Grose.

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Posted on Monday, June 22, 2015 by Laura Braun

I first encountered Rudy Lemcke’s work at Picturing AIDS: 1986–96, a retrospective of his AIDS artwork at the San Francisco LGBT Community Center in 2007. I was particularly moved by his video Where the Buffalo Roam (2007), in which Lemcke uses John Cage’s musical composition Perilous Night (1943–44) as an editing framework for juxtaposing documentation of ACT UP protests with evocative images of slain buffalo. In December 2014, Rudy and I sat down in his studio in San Francisco, California, for a conversation about his work.

Posted on Monday, June 22, 2015 by Jim Norrena

Illustration faculty member Robert Hunt in his studio

It’s been described as the “Oscar Award of the illustration world,” and this year CCA Illustration faculty member Robert Hunt has the distinguished honor of calling his own the 2015 Society of Illustrators' Hamilton King Award.

Posted on Monday, June 22, 2015 by Laura Braun

The Mobile Craft Module, a product of the Prototyping Mobility Advanced Architecture Studio led by Adam Marcus at California College of the Arts, proposes an architecture of deployable structures that can be reconfigured to serve a variety of functions. The twin modules can be arranged in multiple ways to facilitate exhibition space, event space, and work space, and they nest together to become secure at night.

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Posted on Thursday, June 18, 2015 by Laura Braun

Every year, I’m looking forward to May and June. Those are the months for student graduations, and for fashion schools, the annual student fashion shows. I love to see the runway featuring graduating student works, to catch a glimpse of their fashion point of view as they are about to embark their professional career in fashion. For some of the students, the annual fashion show is their last chance to present a concept purely from their own.

Posted on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 by Em Meine

Despairing Adolescent, Clifford Rainey, 2014, 3D printed cast yellow uranium glassView slideshow 

CCA's Glass Program chair Clifford Rainey is currently showing work alongside MFA Glass alumni Lynne-Rachel Altman (MFA 1994) and David Ruth (MFA 1987) in an exciting group exhibition at Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, a gallery space in Oakland. 

Posted on Monday, June 15, 2015 by Laura Braun

Last semester, California College of the Arts (CCA) scholar-in-residence Chris Treggiari turned to Potrero Hill to serve as his studio class’s primary subject.   Treggiari directed students in his Making the Invisible Visible course to develop new ways to enliven Starr King Open Space.

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Posted on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 by Laura Braun

Besides teaching at the California College of the Arts, Grose does marketing research for the Sustainable Cotton Project. During her talk at the Faire, she gave a background on cotton and went on to discuss what the Project is all about.

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