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/ 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
The 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.
Creating an online community for local businesses core values they learned as students in CCA’s Graduate Program in Design.
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.
/ April 4, 2015
Win-Win is a series of board games that play out climate risk scenarios in cities.
CCA students design a solar powered, mobile charging station for Tanzania’s rural community.
At the intensive two-week design challenge, Audi Group designers came to campus to hear student ideas about the next phase of luxury automobiles.
/ 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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