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Posted on Monday, June 18, 2018 by Lindsey DeVries

Adam Linder, Choreographic Service No.2: Some Proximity, 2014, duration variable, two dancers and a writer. Pictured at Sydney Biennial.

The Wattis Institute launches its 20th anniversary year with the exhibition Adam Linder: Full Service, a survey exhibition of five choreographic works by Adam Linder (b. 1983, Sydney, Australia; lives and works in Los Angeles). The exhibition is on view at the Wattis Institute from September 8 through September 29, 2018, with performances taking place all day, every day, during open hours. A precise schedule appears below.

Posted on Monday, June 18, 2018 by Lindsey DeVries

Video documentation of NIC Kay’s pushit!! [exercise 1 in getting well soon], Judson Memorial Church, 2017.

CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts is proud to present Susanne Kriemann: Canopy, canopy—the first U.S.

Posted on Friday, June 8, 2018 by Lindsey DeVries

Left: Courtesy of Hatch Workshop. Right: Courtesy of House 9.

California College of the Arts is proud to announce Hatch Workshop and House9 as the two winning teams of the college’s annual IMPACT Award, presented by CCA’s Center for Art + Public Life. This CCA-wide competition for students, alumni, faculty, and staff provides a $25,000 award to each winning team, as well as a robust network of resources and partnerships to enable teams to complete their projects over the course of one year.

Posted on Thursday, May 24, 2018 by Emily Viemeister

Stephen Beal, Cathy Podell, Kate Kimpton Walker, Stanlee Gatti

San Francisco, CA—May 24, 2018—California College of the Arts (CCA) drew 375 supporters to its San Francisco campus for a celebration benefiting CCA student scholarships and honoring Kay Kimpton Walker, who has been a champion of artists and designers for decades through her 26 years running K Kimpton Contemporary Art, her tenure as president of the San Francisco Art Dealers Association, and her 12 years as a CCA trustee. 

Posted on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 by Lindsey DeVries

California College of the Arts is pleased to announce Keith Krumwiede as its new Dean of Architecture.

California College of the Arts is pleased to announce Keith Krumwiede as its new Dean of Architecture beginning August 2018. Krumwiede joins CCA from the American Academy in Rome, where he is currently an Arnold W. Brunner/Katherine Edwards Gordon Rome Prize Fellow in Architecture. Previously, he served as the Director of Graduate Architecture Programs from 2012–2017 at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), and Assistant Dean of the School of Architecture at Yale University from 2004–2012, where he was awarded the King-lui Wu Teaching Award.

Posted on Monday, April 16, 2018 by Lindsey DeVries

CCA Fashion Experience 2018 Teaser Trailer

The CCA Fashion Experience 2018 will debut 11 professionally juried thesis collections from graduating students in the school’s Fashion Design program this May. The students will present their work through both fashion show and—for the first time—installations that frame their collections with artistic vignettes and speak directly to their design narratives. Utilizing street-cast models, the show will reflect the diversity of the Bay Area as well as global contributions to fashion.

Posted on Monday, April 16, 2018 by Lindsey DeVries

CCA Commencement Exhibition 2017.

This May, California College of the Arts (CCA) presents its annual Commencement Exhibition—an expansive and interdisciplinary showcase of work by graduating students across all disciplines on the college’s San Francisco campus. Including works by both undergraduates and graduates, the exhibition will feature architecture, design, fine art, screenings of works by students in the college’s Film program, and a reading room where the audience can preview written works ranging from novels to poetry to comics and more.

Posted on Monday, April 16, 2018 by Emily Viemeister

Glenn Adamson, honorary doctorate and 2018 CCA commencement speaker

Groundbreaking visual artist Lia Cook and curator, writer, and historian Glenn Adamson will be recognized by California College of the Arts with honorary doctorate degrees at the college’s annual commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 12 on the San Francisco campus. 

Posted on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 by Lindsey DeVries

Kay Kimpton Walker

California College of the Arts is pleased to announce Kay Kimpton Walker as the 2018 honoree at its annual gala, CCA’s People Party, to raise funds for student scholarships and recognize an outstanding member of the community. Walker has served on the college’s Board of Trustees since 2006 and chaired or co-chaired seven gala fundraisers. Thanks in part to her dedicated leadership, these galas raised over $4 million for CCA scholarships—helping hundreds of students access a world-class arts education.

Posted on Thursday, March 22, 2018 by Emily Viemeister

Still from Love/Amor, an experimental film by CCA lecturer Shylah Hamilton on view in HOME: Making Space for Radical Love and Struggle

The Diversity Studies Program at California College of the Art presents its first-ever faculty exhibition HOME: Making Space for Radical Love and Struggle—a two week long celebration of art and resistance that highlights the program’s history at CCA and its roots in the larger struggle to establish Ethnic Studies programs across the United States in the 1960s and 70s.

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