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Posted on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 by Allison Byers

Next up is Dorothy Santos who will be with us for the next four weeks. A freelance writer, blogger, curator, visual and critical studies geek, Dorothy is currently pursuing a master’s degree at California College of the Arts, where she is researching computational aesthetics, programming, coding, and open source culture and their effects on contemporary art.

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Posted on Monday, July 8, 2013 by Jim Norrena

"Serpentine" is a 3D clay printer prototype [photo: Future Cities Lab]

Alex Woodhouse (MAAD 2013) and Shawn Komlos (MArch 2014) are part of the Serpentine development team at Future Cities Lab, run by CCA Architecture faculty member Jason Johnson.

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Serpentine was awarded an editor's choice blue ribbon at the 2013 Bay Area Maker Faire.

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Posted on Monday, July 8, 2013 by Jim Norrena

Recent graduate Kellie Wolfe (Sculpture 2013) describes the project she began working on in Barney Haynes's Interface course as "a steel pedestal that holds an animatronic stomach that moves based on the viewer's interaction with it." The piece measures 48" x 7" x 5" and undulates with the viewer's movements.

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Posted on Monday, July 8, 2013 by Jim Norrena

Tiffany Blaylock's belt design

Tiffany Blaylock (Interior Design 2014) presented a material sculpture made from recycled leather belts she made during Materiality and Space 3, an Interior Design course taught by Amy Campos

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Posted on Monday, July 8, 2013 by Jim Norrena

The "eggs" represent alternative fabrication procesess.View slideshow 

As part of Architecture's presence at the CCA booth at the 2013 Maker Faire, instructor Andrew Kudless presented 16 "eggs" students created during his advanced studio course.

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Posted on Monday, July 8, 2013 by Jim Norrena

Josh Coolidge's project from the "Off the Grid" interdisciplinary courseView slideshow 

Josh Coolidge (Individualized Major 2014) created a laser installation called that uses Peltier junctions (the use of cooling and heating processors to create electricity) while taking the interdisciplinary "Off the Grid" course at CCA.

He used candles to create the heat, which caused lasers to light up a water-filled tube of plastic bubbles (purchased at a hydroponics store) that would then melt, creating an amazing visual effect.

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Posted on Monday, July 8, 2013 by Jim Norrena

The Craft Carriage by Patima Pataramekin (Industrial Design)

Patima Pataramekin is a second-degree junior in CCA's Industrial Design Program. Her work, coined The Craft Carriage, was exhibited in CCA's booth at the Bay Area Maker Faire (May 18-19).

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Posted on Monday, July 8, 2013 by Allison Byers

Looking for an innovate way to address this problem, the city reached out to an unlikely source: a class of undergraduate art students at the San Francisco-based California College of the Art, who partnered with Silicon Valley tech giant Intel.

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Posted on Monday, July 8, 2013 by Allison Byers

The cardinal rule of home buying is "location, location, location." But it can also apply to educational institutions.

"Any college or university takes much of its character from its location," says Stephen Beal, president of California College of the Arts. "An increasing part of a student's education isn't just about what's happening in the classroom, but also outside of it."

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Posted on Wednesday, July 3, 2013 by Allison Byers

Another new feature is a mosaic mural on a wall near the park's entrance that is a semesterlong project of a group of local students. The colorful mural was created under the direction of California College of the Arts associate professor Virginia Jardim working with her CCA class, alongside a group of middle-school age students from United for Success Academy, whose teacher is Jen Fuller, a CCA alum.

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