Due to continuing health and safety concerns amid the COVID–19 pandemic, CCA will conduct the fall 2020 semester online.
The sidewalks of San Francisco’s busiest thoroughfare came alive for three days in April at the Market Street Prototyping Festival as teams of artists and designers exhibited over 50 ingenious …
Gaming is storytelling. From a design perspective, a good game presents a world that is both accessible and fantastic; at its center are good characters.
/ May 8, 2019
Located within walking distance of CCA's San Francisco campus, Blattner Hall meets critical needs for below-market-rate student housing.
/ May 6, 2019
California College of the Arts Fashion Design program presents a one-night-only showcase of 12 thesis collections by graduating seniors
IDEO CEO Tim Brown and CCA professor Barry Katz discuss design in a new era of disruption.
/ May 2, 2019
Kota Ezawa, whose work is included in the 2019 Whitney Biennial, discusses the protests surrounding the museum and the process of being selected for show.
CCA's Cinema Visionaries Lecture Series is a popular public-programs lineup of screenings and engaging Q&A sessions with today's most luminary filmmakers.
What can you do to make sure your application won’t be overlooked? Here are a few tips from admissions officers at some of the best art colleges in the U.S.
Associate Curator, Joseph Becker standing in his exhibition, Field Conditions [All images copyright SFMOMA and Matthew Millman]
Matthew Jervis (Graphic Design 2004) believes we can all be designers. Design is fundamental to how humans survive and relate to the world, he says.
Postcards to the President, a project that encouraged attendees to write messages to POTUS, Vice President Pence, state reps, and local leaders.
/ April 24, 2019
Kim Shuck, San Francisco Poet Laureate, will receive $75,000 to launch “Seeds: Creating Poetic Activism,” a seed program for poets to grow audiences in their own communities across the city.
/ April 24, 2019
As one of the first recipients of the Academy of American Poets fellowship, Critical Ethnic Studies faculty Kim Shuck will launch a poetic activism program to grow literary events across the city.
Each of our graduates has a story to tell about how their CCA experience — the expert instructors that mentored them, the boundary-defying projects they worked on, the industry-leading internships they secured — set them down the path to becoming who they
If you're thinking about pursuing an animation degree, your employment prospects after college are excellent. But which animation jobs have the highest return on your tuition investment, and what type of work is out there?
/ April 22, 2019
Joyce J. Scott is the 2019 Honorary Doctorate Recipient at California College of the Arts
/ April 22, 2019
Two undergraduate architecture students’ imaginative approach to the issue of rising sea levels stands strong against national competition and ecological disaster.
/ April 18, 2019
Curated by Yomna Osman (MA Curatorial Practice 2019), To Know Herself captures the enduring loss of queer spaces in the bay by making space of its own.
/ April 17, 2019
Jeanne Gang leads the design for California College of the Arts’ expanded campus in San Francisco
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