Due to continuing health and safety concerns amid the COVID–19 pandemic, CCA will conduct the fall 2020 semester online.
CCA reaffirms its Arts and Crafts roots on its new campus, with updated, sustainability-focused studios for fine arts programs, such as Ceramics and Glass.
Explore the college’s most prominent geographic decisions, which prove CCA has never shied away from change.
New campus housing and dining in San Francisco, opening fall 2020, make CCA a full residential campus for the first time in its history.
Discover how our campus expansion project creates a living, learning laboratory for all our academic programs and supports innovative, cross-disciplinary work.
Learn how the Oakland Campus Legacy Committee is working to archive the campus’s rich history and bring its unique spirit to San Francisco.
Leah Oliver and Brigette Stump-Vernon offer advice on how students, staff and faculty can navigate the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic.
Fine Arts Dean Allison Smith reflects on the meaning of artmaking in the time of COVID–19 and physical distancing.
Meet alum Alexandra Grant, a Los Angeles-based artist who explores the performance of language in various media, including her series of paintings based on a famous Greek tragedy.
A timeline of CCA's campus expansion in San Francisco
During a public lecture at CCA on March 26, Jeanne Gang shared some early renderings of the project.
Founders Hall is a new student housing facility that is part of CCA’s expanded campus design in San Francisco
CCA’s Pre-College and summer youth programs help students deepen their skills and pursue their passions long before becoming degree-seeking students.
Two new chairs join CCA's Design division, Erin Malone, Chair of Interaction Design and Sara Fenske Bahat, Chair of MBA in Design Strategy.
Led by Assistant Chair Sara Dean, the Design Futures Lab provides students with the resources they need to practice speculative design and propose alternate futures.
Mickie Lau shares how the MBA in Design Strategy at California College of the Arts is catalyzing her dream career.
The Illustrated Poster class is part of a number of interdisciplinary courses at CCA. Taught jointly by Michael Wertz (Illustration) and Thomas Wojak (chair, Printmaking).
Aaron De La Cruz’s work walks the line between organization and chaos.
Sitou Akolly shares why he came to CCA and his interest in pre-colonial architecture of Togo
Ryan Golenberg (BArch 2009) and Sean Canty (BArch 2010) have had a collaborative relationship since their time as peers at CCA, then continuing on to the Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s MArch program.
CCA Photography student Jendayi Ingram discusses her artistic influences and offers scholarship advice to first-time freshmen.
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