Matthew Jervis (Graphic Design 2004) believes we can all be designers. Design is fundamental to how humans survive and relate to the world, he says.
Postcards to the President, a project that encouraged attendees to write messages to POTUS, Vice President Pence, state reps, and local leaders.
/ April 24, 2019
Kim Shuck, San Francisco Poet Laureate, will receive $75,000 to launch “Seeds: Creating Poetic Activism,” a seed program for poets to grow audiences in their own communities across the city.
/ April 24, 2019
As one of the first recipients of the Academy of American Poets fellowship, Diversity Studies faculty Kim Shuck will launch a poetic activism program to grow literary events across the city.
If you're thinking about pursuing an animation degree, your employment prospects after college are excellent. But which animation jobs have the highest return on your tuition investment, and what type of work is out there?
Each of our graduates has a story to tell about how their CCA experience — the expert instructors that mentored them, the boundary-defying projects they worked on, the industry-leading internships they secured — set them down the path to becoming who they
/ April 22, 2019
Joyce J. Scott is the 2019 Honorary Doctorate Recipient at California College of the Arts
/ April 22, 2019
Two undergraduate architecture students’ imaginative approach to the issue of rising sea levels stands strong against national competition and ecological disaster.
/ April 18, 2019
Curated by Yomna Osman (MA Curatorial Practice 2019), To Know Herself captures the enduring loss of queer spaces in the bay by making space of its own.
/ April 17, 2019
Jeanne Gang leads the design for California College of the Arts’ expanded campus in San Francisco
/ April 16, 2019
From documenting young athletes to publishing her first book, Taylor Johnson (BFA Photography 2017) shares challenges and triumphs with Aint-Bad magazine.
Globally recognized curator Maria Lind helps CCA curatorial graduate students think more broadly about the field of curating.
/ April 4, 2019
Neil Grimmer (BFA Sculpure 1995) brings creative instincts and innovative thinking to his new role at the iconic Harley-Davidson.
/ April 1, 2019
Portland Architecture, a blog focused on design, interviews Tim Perks (BArch 1991) about applying his architectural education across many industries and disciplines.
Study.com ranks our program among the top five in California. Located in one of the world’s creative capitals, we encourage MFA candidates to explore many different forms and incorporate visual art into their work.
/ March 28, 2019
The American Society of Interior Designers chose CCA students Jieru Lin and Jianfeng Ni for their deep understanding of how design can impact and change lives.
/ March 27, 2019
The CCA People’s Party is an annual spring gala benefiting student scholarships for deserving young artists, designers, writers, and architects who otherwise could not afford to attend CCA.
Beloved painter and educator Wayne Thiebaud discusses his life’s work and his place in art history.
The starving artist: It’s the cliche that just won’t go away. Anyone who’s even toyed with the idea of pursuing a career in the arts has heard it—many, many times. Now fold in the notion of going to art school and you have a recipe for some serious skepti
One of the most important factors to consider when evaluating an art college is the quality of their faculty. After all, they are the ones who you’ll be learning from, ...
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