After breaking up with his high school rock band, Shawn HibmaCronan says, he “found CCA and realized all I wanted to do was learn how to make things.”
/ March 12, 2019
For Canadian artist Abbas Akhavan, this exhibition is his first U.S. solo show and concludes his Capp Street artist residency. Ghanaian-American filmmaker Akosua Adoma Owusu adds new dimension to her ...
/ March 7, 2019
This exhibition is curated by Yomna Osman in partial fulfillment of the dual-degree Master of Arts in Curatorial Practice and Visual and Critical Studies and presented by the Graduate Program ...
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Emeric Kennard was an active student before graduating from CCA in spring 2017. Studying Illustration and Writing was possible for this Oregon native thanks to CCA scholarships that helped offset ...
/ Feb. 28, 2019
Designed by Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Inc., the building will provide more than 500 students with below-market, on-campus housing
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CCA’s dean of Humanities and Sciences discusses the practice of lifelong, interdisciplinary learning.
/ Feb. 19, 2019
CCA Hubbell Street Galleries presents a new exhibition on nature viewed through the lens of trans identities.
Learn about how graduate design alumna Jennifer Sonderby led a stellar team of designers—including several CCA alumni—in the visual rebranding of SFMOMA.
/ Feb. 6, 2019
Professor Sandra Vivanco and assistant professor Irene Cheng each won a Diversity Achievement Award, and associate professor Andrew Kudless received a Faculty Design Award for his project Confluence Park.
Senior graphic designer wins $10,000 for “The Naturalization Process,” a project that explores the journey toward U.S. citizenship through interdependent print pieces.
/ Jan. 31, 2019
Wayward Emulsions (2018), the Slamdance award-winning experimental film directed by Humanities & Sciences dean Tina Takemoto, offers queer glimpses of a wayward woman captured in bits of emulsion lifted from stray reels of a 35mm Asian drama.
CCA’s Illustration, Industrial Design, and Graphic Design students address wide-ranging themes in culminating exhibition.
The DMBA launches a new curricular area that bridges the gap between research and development and overseas production.
/ Jan. 22, 2019
Rob Epstein's documentary film End Game (2018) is a complex and compassionate look at end-of-life care at Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco. This film is nominated in the Oscar 2019 Documentary (Short Subject) category.
/ Jan. 18, 2019
New building to house 500+ students with below-market, on-campus housing in San Francisco
/ Jan. 16, 2019
DRAWING CODES: Experimental Protocols of Architectural Representation was co-curated by CCA faculty Andrew Kudless and Adam Marcus.
/ Jan. 15, 2019
Art Agenda published an essay by CCA faculty James Voorhies that reflects on the curatorial work of Maria Lind while she was director of Tensta konsthall.
/ Jan. 15, 2019
This new group exhibition presents artists who are new parents and view parenthood as a generative force in their creative practice.
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