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Get to know the work of Fashion Design alum Sajida Silva and their thoughts on sustainable fashion.
/ Aug. 14, 2020
Miramax TV has optioned the rights for CCA alum Alka Joshi’s (MFA Writing 2011) best-selling debut novel, The Henna Artist, for a TV series produced by and starring Freida Pinto.
Survey some of our favorite tools, from cutting-edge machinery to old-school apparatuses, that bring interdisciplinary projects to life.
Virtual registration appointments (August 10–15, 2020, 3–8 pm PT) bring together offices from across CCA’s campus for personalized, face-to-face student meetings to get all of your fall questions answered.
/ Aug. 7, 2020
Nastaran Mousavi (MArch 2013) talked to Design Milk about growing up in Iran and the places, people, and things that inspire her.
/ Aug. 6, 2020
Sofía Córdova (MFA 2010), Chanell Stone (BFA Photography 2019), and Lava Thomas (BFA Ceramics 1999) were announced as finalists for this year’s Artadia Awards. (Photo of Lava Thomas by Justine Danielle Marasigan.)
/ Aug. 4, 2020
Art critic Barry Schwabsky examines “how the act of scrutinizing art online has changed the role of the critic” and draws attention to CCA alum Maja Ruznic’s (MFA Fine Arts 2009) work.
Interior Design alum Scarlett Zhang shares her thoughts on studying in San Francisco and how she stays creative.
Turns out there are a few silver linings of a fully remote fall semester—especially for first-year CCA students.
/ July 29, 2020
Abyssinian Cyber Vernaculus seeks to activate architectural landscapes while it uncovers and reinstates the presence and power of those marginalized by the dominant conservative ethos of Ethiopian society.
/ July 15, 2020
Hyperallergic highlighted the work of five CCA MFA students—Hannah Waiters, Hoi Chang, Margot Becker, Narges Poursadeqi, and Christine Lyon—for a roundup of standout artwork from graduating students at CCA, UC Davis, and CSU Chico.
Live, learn, and make in the ever-inspiring San Francisco Bay Area. In this photo essay, take in some of our favorite spots.
/ July 12, 2020
CCA Architecture professors Jason Kelly Johnson and Nataly Gattegno were interviewed for “Throughline," a special section in the San Francisco Chronicle that envisions the city after the pandemic and protests.
/ July 11, 2020
Architectural Ecologies Lab (AEL) Directors Adam Marcus and Margaret Ikeda updated ABC7 on the Buoyant Ecologies Float Lab this month.
Faced with limited availability of affordable face masks in Ecuador during the COVID–19 pandemic, Camila Wandemberg (BFA Individualized Studies 2020) devised an innovative, sustainable solution.
/ July 7, 2020
Woody De Othello (MFA Fine Arts 2017) spoke to Galerie about how his recent work at Art Basel and John Michael Kohler Arts Center uses mundane objects to explore larger issues.
/ July 7, 2020
California College of the Arts announces the appointment of Ritu Kalra to the Board of Trustees for an initial three-year term. Kalra is the treasury director and special advisor to the executive vice president of Harvard University.
XMAP: In Plain Sight is a nationwide artist-led intervention fighting migrant detention and the culture of incarceration.
/ June 29, 2020
Tony Jimenez, Isabelle Shu, Dave Korstad, and Mike O'Hagan, all Class of 2015 graduates of CCA's MBA Design Strategy program, were interviewed in the Miami Herald about their new almond milk company, JOI.
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