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Media coverage / Sept. 18, 2018

Alumnus Woody de Othello shows virtuoso skills in the medium of clay

The San Francisco Chronicle praises alum Woody De Othello's first solo exhibition at Jessica Silverman Gallery.
Woody De Othello, “Alone at the Table” (2018)

Press release / Sept. 17, 2018

2018 Larry Sultan Photography Award goes to Belgian photographer Bieke Depoorter

Granted through CCA, Headlands Center for the Arts, Pier24 Photography, and SFMOMA prestigious awards consists of $10,000 and an artist residency.
Bieke Depoorter, from the series I am about to call it a day, 2010–14

Press release / Sept. 13, 2018

CCA Wattis Institute announces solo exhibition of San Francisco-based artist Léonie Guyer

Show features newly commissioned work and highlights the intimate scale and idiosyncrasy of Guyer's oeuvre.
Image of work by artist Leonie Guyer

Media coverage / Sept. 1, 2018

Chair Lynda Grose is a keynote speaker at the 2018 Global Fashion Conference

The international organization recognizes Lynda Grose for her visionary work in fashion and sustainability.
chair Lynda Grose speaking at 2018 Fashion Experience.

Press release / Aug. 28, 2018

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and CCA launch the Curatorial Research Bureau

The bookshop, learning site, and public program space is also the new home of CCA's Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice.
Curatorial Practice Bureau at CCA

Media coverage / Aug. 21, 2018

Jeanne Gang is one of 16 women breaking ground in architecture

Artsy highlights the Macarthur genius's work to enliven cities across the globe.
Studio Gang Architects, City Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois

Press release / Aug. 16, 2018

CCA presents robust lineup of fall events and exhibitions

Open to the public, lineup includes affiliate events with the Global Climate Action Summit and For Freedoms' 50 State Initiative, exhibitions at the CCA Wattis Institute and more.
Installation view of 'Take Action: A For Freedoms Exhibition' in the Hubbell Street Galleries

Press release / Aug. 14, 2018

CCA joins forces with Global Climate Action Summit

CCA is proud to offer a slate of GCAS affiliated events and contribute expertise regarding the intersection of environmental responsibility and the arts.
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Media coverage / Aug. 13, 2018

Chair of Curatorial Practice James Voorhies is a curator to watch

Cultured interviews James Voorhies about his plans to create more immersive experiences for CCA's students.
Portrait of James Voorhies

Media coverage / Aug. 12, 2018

Thousands of beds are in the pipeline for SF's students

San Francisco Examiner highlights CCA's creation of new residence halls to help solve for the housing needs of Bay Area students.
Students move in to McAllister Tower at UC Hastings College of the Law on Thursday, August 9, 2018.

Media coverage / Aug. 9, 2018

Alumna designs food for the future

San Francisco Chronicle reports on food designer Yunwen Ten's recent exhibition at California Academy of Sciences.
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Media coverage / Aug. 7, 2018

Alumnus envisions new book releases

New York Times asks CCA alum Geoffrey Chadsey to illustrate new book releases.
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Media coverage / Aug. 3, 2018

Alumnus curates an exhibition of Donald Judd works

Dezeen covers an exhibition curated by Joseph Becker at SFMOMA.
The Donald Judd: Specific Furniture exhibition at SFMOMA

Media coverage / Aug. 3, 2018

Professor Joseph Lease creates electric poetry

Tablet Magazine praises Lease's new collection "The Body Ghost"
Portrait of Joseph Lease

Media coverage / Aug. 1, 2018

Professor makes the ultimate toy car

Core77 interviews Industrial Design professor Brian Gulassa on his work at ThoughtFull Toys.
Image of a deconstructed toy car

Media coverage / Aug. 1, 2018

Alumna liberates women with her comics

Juxtapoz interviews alum Koyak on her works that communicate raw vulnerability and upheave the "artist/muse" relationship.
Koak: Bodies in Muse and Motion

Media coverage / Aug. 1, 2018

Alumna is an Oakland artist and activist with something to say

East Bay Express Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo who is prioritizing fellow queer people of color.
Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo in front of work

Media coverage / Aug. 1, 2018

Professor Thi Bui weaves together personal and political history

NPR reports on the graphic novelist's groundbreaking memoir The Best We Could Do.
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Media coverage / July 17, 2018

Professor Mark Fox defines his craft

Fox argues that sometimes the best graphic designs start with analog methods.
Professor Mark Fox defines his craft, spider inking analog design draft

Media coverage / July 12, 2018

Architectural Ecologies Lab preserves indigenous marine life

CCA's lab is recognized by Architect Magazine for its innovative work to replenish coastal ecosystems.
Buoyant Ecologies Float Lab
Portrait of David Owens-Hill.

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