Sculpture News

Posted on Monday, May 16, 2016 by Laura Braun

Mia Feuer’s latest installation, Mesh, is, at the time of this writing, disintegrating. Or, more accurately, what’s breaking apart isMesh’s centerpiece: a lumpy, unidentifiable form laid out on the floor of Locust Projects, a gallery in Miami. Suspended above and bound up in straps is a motley assemblage of what looks like chunks of concrete, blocks of crystal formations, plastered-over jugs. At the very top is a bottle of blue liquid, emptying drop by drop via a clear vinyl hose that snakes through it all.

Posted on Friday, March 25, 2016 by Chris Bliss

In today’s world, across every imaginable industry, there’s a growing demand for creative people. Skilled artists are needed who can bring to the table an entrepreneurial spirit, unique problem-solving skills, and a hacker/DIY mentality.

Fine arts graduates can be found at the cutting edge of creative solutions, working in industry and in the community, and founding partnerships and enterprises of their own.

Posted on Thursday, March 24, 2016 by Laura Braun

“I had this epiphany that it wasn’t enough to create a healthy product—it had to come from a healthy company that valued community, people, and the planet. I was also a triathlete, so I was using the product all the time.”

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Posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 by Laura Braun

By the mid-1980s, Oppenheim made sculpture based on the transformation of everyday objects. From the mid-1990s until his death in 2011, he focused on the production of large-scale permanent structures that combined sculpture and architecture. Oppenheim received a BFA from the California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, in 1965, and an MFA from Stanford University in 1966. He received a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in 1969, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships in 1974 and 1982, and a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Vancouver Sculpture Biennale in 2007.

Posted on Thursday, February 25, 2016 by Laura Kenney

Three CCA faculty members recently earned national accolades for excellence in teaching.

Linda Fleming | Sculpture

Linda Fleming received the 2016 Outstanding Educator Award from the International Sculpture Center, presented to individuals who have effectively and passionately communicated the knowledge and personal experience gained through the creation of their own work to countless numbers of students throughout their career. 

Posted on Monday, February 22, 2016 by Laura Braun

For my BFA, I studied printmaking and art history at Washington University in St. Louis.  For my MFA, I studied Sculpture at the California College of the Arts (and Crafts, as it used to be called).

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Posted on Friday, February 19, 2016 by Laura Braun

Smith, who is a tenured professor and chair of the Sculpture Program at the California College of the Arts in Oakland, said she did a lot of work in the 1990s and early 2000s looking at the connection between craft and war. That grew out of the cultural phenomenon of Civil War re-enactments, she said, in which much attention was paid to authenticity in the uniforms and paraphernalia that the participants used.

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Posted on Monday, November 9, 2015 by Laura Braun

He shares a fabrication and metal working space with other artists on the Alameda naval base since graduating from California College of the Arts. When starting out after college, he lived with his parents, but after his first show at the Oakland Museum of California, he began getting pieces commissioned by private collectors as well as places such as the San Francisco International Airport, where some of his sculptures are shown today, and he now lives independently as a full-time maker.

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Posted on Monday, August 24, 2015 by Laura Braun

Mia Feuer’s latest installation, Mesh, is, at the time of this writing, disintegrating. Or, more accurately, what’s breaking apart isMesh’s centerpiece: a lumpy, unidentifiable form laid out on the floor of Locust Projects, a gallery in Miami. Suspended above and bound up in straps is a motley assemblage of what looks like chunks of concrete, blocks of crystal formations, plastered-over jugs. At the very top is a bottle of blue liquid, emptying drop by drop via a clear vinyl hose that snakes through it all.

Posted on Friday, July 17, 2015 by Laura Braun

I graduated from California College of the Arts 2014 with a Master of Art in Visual & Critical Studies and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Sculpture.

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