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/ 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 25, 2019
Sam Ancona (BFA Animation 2013) talks early artistic inspirations, the importance of finding a creative community, and navigating the world of freelance animation.
/ March 22, 2019
Broadly looks at Queer California: Untold Stories, an exhibition at the Oakland Museum of California that's curated by Christina Linden, CCA associate professor in Curatorial Practice.
Bay Area artists, including MFA in Comics adjunct professor Thi Bui, join forces to capture the Oakland teachers' strike through illustrated portraits coupled with direct quotes.
/ March 21, 2019
The "Win-Win" board games, now in an exhibit at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, are designed by CCA Architecture students to model how climate change will reshape cities.
/ March 20, 2019
Viola Frey is the subject of a solo exhibition at di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art. Frey, a professor emerita and honorary doctorate recipient, taught at CCA for nearly 35 years.
/ March 12, 2019
Alumna Yadira Cazares (BFA Painting + Drawing 2005) runs Galería Beso Maya, the only art gallery in Fruitvale. Her mission is to promote artists of color and unite the community through workshops and exhibitions.
/ March 8, 2019
Professor Emeritus of Painting and Drawing Franklin Williams caught a reviewer's attention at New York's Independent Art Fair with his intricate works from the 1970s to today.
/ March 6, 2019
Sandra Vivanco, professor for Diversity Studies and Architecture, receives $7,500 for her project "The Feminine and the Modern: Six Pioneer Architects in Latin America."
Writer and Distinguished Professor Ishmael Reed discusses "Personal Problems," his 1980 collaboration with director Bill Gunn; independent black cinema; and suppressed diversity in Hollywood.
/ March 4, 2019
Hank Willis Thomas, an artist-activist and CCA alumnus, has been selected to design his "Embrace" sculptural concept for the new Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Boston.
Cleo Papanikolas, a BFA in Printmaking alumna and working artist, shares a list of her top ten favorite supplies from the art store.
Learn how Kristian Simsarian, CCA associate professor, leveraged design process to build the curriculum for one of the world's first undergraduate interaction design programs.
/ March 1, 2019
Rajkamal Kahlon (MFA Painting and Drawing 1999), whose work explores the impact of colonialism, has been named a 2019 Villa Romana Fellow.
/ Feb. 6, 2019
Professor Sandra Vivanco and assistant professor Irene Cheng each won a Diversity Achievement Award, and associate professor Andrew Kudless received a Faculty Design Award for his project Confluence Park.
/ Jan. 31, 2019
Wayward Emulsions (2018), the Slamdance award-winning experimental film directed by Humanities & Sciences dean Tina Takemoto, offers queer glimpses of a wayward woman captured in bits of emulsion lifted from stray reels of a 35mm Asian drama.
/ Jan. 30, 2019
Joyce J. Scott, a 2016 MacArthur "Genius" Fellow, presents earthwork, an installation of beaded and found objects, quilts, and more in her most comprehensive exhibition to date.
/ Jan. 22, 2019
Rob Epstein's documentary film End Game (2018) is a complex and compassionate look at end-of-life care at Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco. This film is nominated in the Oscar 2019 Documentary (Short Subject) category.
/ Jan. 16, 2019
DRAWING CODES: Experimental Protocols of Architectural Representation was co-curated by CCA faculty Andrew Kudless and Adam Marcus.
/ Jan. 15, 2019
Art Agenda published an essay by CCA faculty James Voorhies that reflects on the curatorial work of Maria Lind while she was director of Tensta konsthall.
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