/ March 20, 2017
Exhibition showcases work of 35 emerging artists from CCA's graduate program in Fine Arts.
/ March 6, 2017
Second biennial, university-based conference brings together over 150 international LGBTQ cartoonists, editors, publishers, and scholars.
/ Feb. 14, 2017
Exhibition marks the Berlin-based conceptual artist's most comprehensive solo exhibition to-date at a U.S. institution
Exhibition converts CCA Wattis Institute into forum for conversations addressing relationship between cultural institutions and black artists.
/ Jan. 10, 2017
Former director and curator of Artspeak begins in January 2017.
When Vinitha Watson (MBA Design Strategy 2010; now a trustee) first enrolled at CCA’s DMBA program, she wasn’t sure what would come of it.
/ Dec. 14, 2016
Grant will support the largest presentation the CCA Wattis has mounted to-date.
/ Nov. 17, 2016
Exhibitions feature west coast debut of video installation by Gilligan and a new mixed-media installation by Kimura.
Founded by MacArthur fellow Jeanne Gang, firm is selected after extensive international architect search.
/ Oct. 16, 2016
Allied Works, Michael Maltzan Architecture, and Studio Gang are selected as finalists to design a new unified institution for CCA.
/ Sept. 19, 2016
A series of new storefront galleries opens one block from the San Francisco campus and features the work of students, faculty, and visiting artists.
/ Sept. 12, 2016
The multidisciplinary artist, whose work melds sculpture, design, digital modeling software, and computer-controlled machines, teaches CCA's students and gives a public lecture.
/ Oct. 3, 2012
CCA President Stephen Beal emphasizes the benefits of studying in the Bay Area—a global hub of entrepreneurship, sustainability, and social activism.
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