/ June 26, 2019
Learn about Kevin Killian's important contributions to the bay's literary community as one of the original New Narrative writers, and hear from artists, writers, and educators who knew Killian.
As CCA’s ninth president, Stephen Beal champions learning through making to prepare students as creative citizens.
/ June 20, 2019
Hear Ranu Mukherjee's take on managing studio projects, building a career through community, establishing daily rituals, and more in the artist-run podcast Beyond the Studio.
/ June 19, 2019
The Impact Award offers crucial funding for projects that hold the potential for long-term impact addressing social and environmental challenges.
/ June 14, 2019
Craig Scott, CCA professor and co-founder of IwamotoScott, an architecture and design firm based in San Francisco, wins a Cooper Hewitt award for interior design.
Business of Home interviews six 2019 interior design graduates, including CCA's Grace Yuan and Shao-Chien "Michael" Yang.
"Killing Eve" producer Sid Gentle Films is developing the Lamda Award-winning artist's latest graphic novel, "How a Bad Dog Brought Me Home," for television.
With more than 850 people in attendance, Fashion Design students debuted their thesis collections at Minnesota Street Project, utilizing a staircase as a runway.
Season one of "Artists in Offices" features Dir. of Academic Administration Mike Rothfeld (Humanities and Sciences), Dir. of Faculty Affairs and Records Em Meine, and Sr. Manager for Alumni and Parent Engagement Lisa Jonas.
/ June 13, 2019
Textiles chair Josh Faught and Diedrick Brackens (MFA Fine Arts 2014) are among several artists who are pushing the basic principles of tapestry in exciting directions, making the medium a site for performance and personal investigation.
In an interview with Architect Magazine, associate professor of CCA Architecture Neeraj Bhatia discusses the mission of his San Francisco-based firm, which includes "engaging architectural form in territorial issues."
/ June 6, 2019
Fecteau’s untitled exhibition of new work signals a shift in exhibition structure at CCA Wattis and will be on view September 5–November 9, 2019.
/ May 29, 2019
Leslie Carol Roberts, professor and chair for the MFA in Writing program, discusses her political eco-memoir about San Francisco's Presidio, a 1,500-acre park, with author Louis Bury.
JD Beltran and Scott Minneman collaborate on cutting-edge interactive artworks which explore new modes of portraiture.
/ May 27, 2019
Alexandra Grant (MFA Painting/Drawing 2000), known for her 2008 Love House project, is a visual artist who works across disciplines and credits her ability to trust her instincts to her time at CCA.
/ May 25, 2019
Helen Maria Nugent, dean of CCA Design, discusses the importance of embracing ambiguity and applying analytical skills to tough challenges in the expanding field of industrial design.
/ May 21, 2019
Professor Mitchell Schwarzer, a historian of architecture, landscape, and urbanism, pens an essay for Places Journal about Oakland's lopsided "boom" geared toward the wealthy.
2019 honorary doctorate degree recipient Joyce J. Scott’s career demonstrates her quest to inspire change through art.
/ May 17, 2019
Wiens joins CCA from the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA), where she served as director of marketing communications.
/ May 17, 2019
Schwartz and Architecture wins the James Beard Award for Outstanding Restaurant Design for the family-owned restaurant, El Pípila.
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