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Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 by Samantha Braman

*Andrew Hague (Fashion Design 2008) always has his plate full. But that's the way he likes it. While he was still a student at CCA he began working for the San Francisco–based company Chrome Transport Inc as design director, and he stayed there for a year after he graduated. Then he flew to New York, where he had been hired as director of the Made to Measure custom suit division at Thom Browne. Hague describes Thom Browne as "a couture house that is straight out of the 1950s in nearly every way.

Posted on Friday, August 13, 2010 by Lindsey Westbrook

CCA's San Francisco campus is home to a beautiful new permanent installation that canopies the atrium space near the Helzel Boardroom. Aortic Arc, as it has been named by its creators, just received a merit award in the 2010 AIACC Awards Program in the Small Projects Category.

Posted on Monday, August 9, 2010 by Samantha Braman

Andrew Guiyangco (Animation 2011) and Yesenia Ayala (Animation 2010)

CCA's Animation Program, launched in 2007, has already gained a stellar reputation for sending its students off excellently prepared for professional life. The chair of the department is Andrew Lyndon, whose job as a digital imaging and video instructor at Pixar Animation Studios has helped create invaluable connections with that company.

Posted on Tuesday, August 3, 2010 by Jim Norrena

Representatives from all sides of CCA’s Architecture Program took in so many awards—11 at last count—at the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter (AIA San Francisco) 2010 Design Awards, it was nothing short of a concrete victory! While the special awards gala, which took place May 6, honored and recognized more than 25 architecture and design firms, CCA's Architecture community spent much of the evening basking in the spotlight.

Posted on Monday, August 2, 2010 by Samantha Braman

Dr. Mona El Khafif, associate professor of Architecture and coordinator of URBANlab, together with adjunct professor Kory Bieg, have spent the past spring and summer working with 11 undergraduate and graduate Architecture students on what they call City/Space/Share (2010).

Posted on Monday, July 26, 2010 by Samantha Braman

Alex Beckman (MFA 2010) was recently nominated for a Primetime Emmy for outstanding creative achievement in interactive media for his work on the FOX TV show Glee. Beckman is vice president of video production at Coincident TV, a San Francisco–based company that creates interactive video technology to accentuate pictures and voices in online videos.

Posted on Thursday, July 22, 2010 by Samantha Braman

On August 6–7, Zach Gibson, a student in CCA's Graduate Program in Design, will host Strangers, a 48-hour bookmaking project at the Levi's Workshop at 580 Valencia in San Francisco. He and 10 other Bay Area artists will gather to produce content for a book about the work they do.

Posted on Tuesday, July 20, 2010 by Samantha Braman

Ebony Iman Dallas (MFA Design 2009)View slideshow 

Since graduating from CCA just one year ago, Ebony Iman Dallas (MFA Design 2009) has already done an immense amount of work promoting social justice through art. Her biggest and most important effort has been the founding of Afrikanation Artists Organization, based in Hargeisa, Somaliland, which empowers artists by building a more grounded foundation for the arts in communities lacking resources or opportunities to do so themselves.

Posted on Monday, July 19, 2010 by Samantha Braman

Mark Breitenberg, CCA provost and president of the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (Icsid), served as chair and jury member of the 2010 National Design Awards and attended the NDA luncheon celebration of the winners and finalists on July 21 at the White House in Washington DC. First Lady Michelle Obama was the honorary patron for this year's awards and hosted the event. Watch her speech here.

Posted on Wednesday, July 7, 2010 by Samantha Braman

At the Phillips Collection's Goh Annex in Washington DC, cloudy, gray, drifting spirals surround archways sandwiching Vincent Van Gogh's 1889 painting The Road Menders. This cosmic, dazzling, seemingly vibrating drawing by Linn Meyers (MFA 1993) will remain on view through August 22.

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