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/ June 13, 2019
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."
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.
/ 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.
/ June 4, 2019
View the full list by The Artsy Vanguard 2019 to learn more about alum Diedrick Brackens (MFA Fine Arts 2014), his woven textiles, and what he's been up to—including a solo show at the New Museum—over the past year.
/ 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.
Ezawa is one of two Bay Area-based artists included in this year’s biennial
/ May 15, 2019
Salesforce Tower, "the big experiment in the sky," celebrates its first anniversary with the help of four CCA graduate students, whose artwork displays at the top of the high-tech structure.
/ May 13, 2019
Winner of a $15,000 Windgate Fellowship from the Center for Craft, Galen Boone counters the myth of binary gender through work in jewelry and metalsmithing.
Learn about Jung (Hailey) Kim, winner of a $10,000 Joe's Blackbook scholarship and a Fashion Design student who believes in thinking outside of the box.
/ May 9, 2019
Known for her politically charged large-scale installations, figurative sculptures, and performance art, Joyce J. Scott is the 2019 recipient of an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts from CCA.
By the time Lily Williams (Animation 2014) reached high school, she already had a game plan.
CCA’s summer study trips introduce students to new cultures and experiences, and many programs also feature service to the host communities and reflections on issues that affect those communities: environmental …
The sidewalks of San Francisco’s busiest thoroughfare came alive for three days in April at the Market Street Prototyping Festival as teams of artists and designers exhibited over 50 ingenious …
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