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Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2013 by Allison Byers

The NYU-educated photographer, who recently moved to San Francisco to pursue her MFA in Photography and MA in Visual and Critical Studies at the California College of the Arts, has been walking behind those ancient walls for over a year now, with just her Mamiya RB67 medium-format film camera in hand.

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Posted on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 by Allison Byers

The events will feature a UC Berkeley chemistry professor, textile activists, and even an exhibit produced by textile-art students from the California College of the Arts, bringing a variety of perspectives to the table as a reflection of the diverse community formed around the plants. "We wanted to make it more of a festival per se, celebrating this stuff, rather than just a static and distant exhibit," Natarajan said.

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Posted on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 by Allison Byers

The California College of the Arts has agreed to lease all the units for its students, and Kennedy is now planning his second micro project: An 11-story building with 160 apartments, a communal roof deck and a ground-floor cafe.

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Posted on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 by Allison Byers

Lastly, Filley and Dominguez have enlisted the help of students at the California College of the Arts. This semester, instructor Liz Ogbu is teaching a class called Creative Disruption, which seeks to "understand the needs and desires [of] the diverse constituencies of the Koreatown-Northgate as well as propose opportunities for engagement."

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Posted on Friday, March 15, 2013 by Allison Byers

A National Guard facility. A professional boxing venue. A Star Wars shooting location. And now, most recently, a massive online fetish porn factory. The San Francisco Armory has a history befitting its Moorish, lost-in-time exterior. It’s also the backdrop of photographer Elizabeth Moran’s porn-sans-porn photo project, The Armory.

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Posted on Thursday, March 7, 2013 by Allison Byers

For Farewell! (2011), Elizabeth Moran collected, printed, and framed a series of "good bye" emails written and sent employees who had either quit, fired, or laid off from various companies between 2011 and 2008. As she writes on her website, "Though the sending of these email are discouraged, employees view them as their last chance to reach out to thank or disparage those who will remain in the company." This artwork is a powerful documentation of the 2008 financial crisis: these ephemeral, epistolary traces are both tragic and comic, in an Office Space slash Margin Call sort of way.

Posted on Thursday, March 7, 2013 by Allison Byers

At a Castro church, the organizers of March4Equality stood in a circle holding hands below red mesh hearts made from contorted Hula Hoops and, in a meditative trance, vocally imagined themselves rallying for same-sex marriage amid a lively evening at Castro and Market streets.

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Posted on Monday, March 4, 2013 by Allison Byers

Some of the East Bay's most intriguing art isn't happening in traditional art galleries or museums.

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Posted on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 by Allison Byers

Juabar, created by CCA DMBA students, is featured as part of this article in Fast Co.

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Posted on Friday, February 1, 2013 by Allison Byers

In summer 2012, the artwork of alumna Mia Christopher (Painting/Drawing 2012) was exhibited in a high-profile shop window on Market Street . . . but not in its original form. As part of a collaboration with the major clothing brand Anthropologie, Christopher’s two-dimensional paintings had been transformed into prints on dresses, blouses, and jumpers.

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