CCA condemns injustice, racism, and oppressive violence toward Black people: Read President Beal’s letter to the community.
Jiayu He, BFA Film 2016
Sarah Herlugson, Bachelor's of Architecture 2017
The Visa sponsored Experience Design Studio challenged students to solve complex problems around the digital payment systems of the future.
Tracy K. Smith, U.S. Poet Laureate from 2017 to 2019 and winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, offers three fruitful tips to help jump-start your writing. The first one might surprise you.
We celebrated a decade of the Design Strategy MBA program at CCA with a day spotlighting speeches and presentations from some of the talented people responsible for molding the program into what it is today.
/ Nov. 7, 2018
New York-based Diamond Stingily and Los Angeles-based Rosha Yaghmai are respectively and rapidly establishing themselves as leading voices in contemporary sculpture.
/ Oct. 26, 2018
Using beadwork, glass, found objects, fabric, and other materials, renowned artist Joyce J. Scott raises challenging social and political questions.
/ Oct. 9, 2018
America: The Jesuit Review writes that dePaola - known for his "Strega Nona" series - debuts a new children's book.
Artnet reports that the artist-activist returns to CCA this fall.
/ Oct. 8, 2018
Exhibitions, town hall meetings, and installations encourage artists and designers to participate in civic life.
/ Oct. 5, 2018
The New York Times includes Odutola as one of the year's changemakers in the arts
/ Oct. 4, 2018
San Francisco Chronicle reviews Thomas's inspiring show "Mugshot Portraits: Women of the Montgomery Bus Boycott"
/ Oct. 1, 2018
Scott is recognized for his award-winning practice and work in education
The Letterform Archive features Venezky's prolific work and career as artist, designer, photographer, and educator.
/ Sept. 28, 2018
This fall, as Chair of Curatorial Practice, James Voorhies gets outside of the walls of the academy by relocating CCA’s graduate curatorial program to Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), where students can intersect regularly with the institution.
California Home + Design interviews CCA's textile chair on the sociopolitical ideas behind his practice and his works
/ Sept. 27, 2018
Dezeen reports on Yield cofounders Andrew Deming (MBA design strategy) and Rachel Grant (BFA industrial design) and their launch of US-made furniture and household goods.
/ Sept. 25, 2018
CNN reports on a controversial billboard in Pearl, Mississippi — the work of For Freedoms, an initiative co-founded by alumnus Hank Willis Thomas
/ Sept. 24, 2018
Below-market-rate housing for over 200 students is a model of environmental sustainability.
/ Sept. 18, 2018
San Francisco Chronicle praises Othello's first solo exhibition at Jessica Silverman Gallery
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