/ Nov. 7, 2019
Vernon Keeve III (MFA Writing 2013) relays the experiences and observations of a black, queer man from Virginia in his award-winning book "Southern Migrant Mixedtape."
Alum Matthew Lew’s Pre-College experience launched him toward a successful graphic design career.
We asked CCA’s Nelson Chan, Jennine Scarboro, and Leslie Roberts to talk about some of their top books to read.
/ Oct. 26, 2019
Learn more about Jeanne Gang's current and upcoming architectural projects in the Bay Area, including CCA's campus expansion, which is scheduled to begin in spring 2020. A rendering of the expansion is also included in the article.
/ Oct. 21, 2019
Meet alum Liz Dunning (BFA Wood/Furniture 2004), an Alameda-based furniture designer who makes heirloom pieces from ethically and locally sourced materials. Learn about her day-to-day work in the studio and the CCA teachers who inspired her.
/ Oct. 11, 2019
Photograhing for the New York Times, Trent Davis Baily (MFA Fine Arts 2015) sheds light on how Colorado inmates took their production of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" on the road.
CCA’s dean of Fine Arts discusses the value of an arts education in today’s product-driven and politically tense world.
/ Oct. 2, 2019
In a new commission, Marcelle will convert the Wattis galleries into a temporary radio station for her first solo exhibition in California. On view November 26, 2019–January 18, 2020.
/ Sept. 30, 2019
Newly moored in Oakland's Middle Harbor Shoreline Park, the Float Lab will serve as a research platform and demonstration project for the next three years. View photos of the harbor installation and explore the science behind its design.
/ Sept. 26, 2019
A vibrant community celebration brought together civic leaders, CCA faculty, and students of all ages for the historic launch of CCA Buoyant Ecologies Float Lab.
During an Interior Design course lab called tranSTUDIO, students explore new frontiers in advanced manufacturing and design at Autodesk.
/ Sept. 26, 2019
Marissa Leitman (BFA Photography 2017) disusses her Aunt Charlie's-inspired series with KQED. View her photographs of the iconic bar and drag community at the Tenderloin Museum through Nov. 3, 2019.
Public Sediment for Alameda Creek, a project by CCA’s Architectural Ecologies research lab, has been awarded $31.4 million in California state funding.
/ Sept. 25, 2019
Co-founder of The Bureau of Linguistical Reality and a CCA alum (MFA Painting/Drawing 2009), Alicia Escott discusses why it's necessary to revitalize indigenous languages and "rewild" our vocabulary. Access the podcast interview on The Wild.
A 2018 graduate of CCA's Individualized Studies program and current MFA in Fine Arts student, Arleene Correa Valencia discusses growing up undocumented in Napa Valley and how that experience has influenced her work. View the video of the artist in her stu
Avoid these easy-to-make errors as you put together your admissions application art portfolio.
CCA Interior Design student Moon Lou enters her senior year with a prestigious award and advice for new students.
For her senior thesis exhibition at CCA, Arleene Correa Valencia worked on a series of paintings of the “unseen,” the agricultural workers who supply the country’s food, yet are made invisible by and to the society around them.
/ Sept. 13, 2019
Led by associate professor Neeraj Bhatia, The Territorial City: Edge of Megolopolis is featured in the 2019 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. Learn more about this advanced studio course.
Learn about alum Gary Hutton, a 1975 CCA graduate in Environmental Studies, who has spent his career working on myriad commercial and residental interior design projects throughout California.
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