Undergraduate Admissions News

Posted on Wednesday, October 14, 2009 by Grace Lee

Northern California
Deadline: Saturday, October 24
6:00pm

Southern Exposure invites artists to submit work in response to a theme, which is selected to encourage as broad a range of artistic interpretation as possible. This year's theme, Passive/Aggressive, is chosen in response to the current cultural, economic and political climate and reflects how decisions are made when faced with extreme challenges. Artists are invited to submit work that responds to this idea in some way, shape or form.

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Posted on Tuesday, October 13, 2009 by Clay Walsh

Couldn't pass up the opportunity to congratulate CCA on a very exciting and recent accolade! BusinessWeek magazine has recently honored the MBA in Design Strategy Program here at CCA by including us on their list of the top 30 design programs in the WORLD. Their list represents the final results of extensive research and the polling of prominent academics, designers, consultants, and business managers on the best MBA or master's programs that significantly integrate design thinking and business. We're quite thrilled about this accomplishment!

Posted on Thursday, January 1, 2009 by Jim Norrena

About the video
California College of the Arts faculty member Linda Geary interviews Painting/Drawing student Yolla Knight.

In Yolla's words
"I think the best things about CCA are really the sense of community here and the friendships you make and the connections you make with instructors. I think the teachers are really central to CCA's success. They're just very generous people and have really enhanced my experience here."

Why CCA

Posted on Thursday, January 1, 2009 by Jim Norrena

About the video
California College of the Arts Photography chair and associate professor Tammy Rae Carland interviews Photography student Jesse Crimes.

In Jesse's words
"One of the things that I really noticed when I first started here was that all of the teachers and all of the classes are structured in a way to make you critically think about everything that you're doing."

Why CCA

Posted on Thursday, January 1, 2009 by Jim Norrena

About the video
California College of the Arts faculty member Antje Steinmuller interviews Architecture student Kyle Belcher.

In Kyle's words

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