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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.

Mark Fox's Eveready cat inking

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

Media coverage / July 11, 2018

Wattis's Susanne Kriemann exhibition is a top pick

The San Francisco Chronicle highlights the show as a "meditation on nature’s retort to human neglect"

Installation view of Susann Kriemann, Canopy, canopy at the CCA Wattis Institute

Media coverage / July 10, 2018

Visiting professor and alumna Sita Bhaumik creates social justice movement through food

Civil Eats highlights Bhauik's project the People's Kitchen Collective, which organizes community dinners, feeds activists, and launches cultural projects..

Community dinner at People's Kitchen Collective To the Streets event

Media coverage / July 3, 2018

Jeanne Gang calls on architects to close the gender gap

Fast Company features an opinion piece by Jeanne Gang, who has closed the gender gap in her firm.

Portrait of Jeanne Gang

Media coverage / July 2, 2018

Alumna-owned gallery is one of San Francisco's top spaces

Time Out reports that Jessica Silverman Gallery is one of the best in the city

Photo showing interior of Jessica Silverman Gallery

Media coverage / June 29, 2018

Professor Aimee Phan fights against the separation of families

The San Francisco Chronicle features a moving opinion piece by CCA writing and literature professor Aimee Phan on the effects of separating families.

South Vietnamese refugees approach a U.S. warship in the South China Sea in 1975 to seek refuge from invaders from the north.

Media coverage / June 28, 2018

Students, faculty, and alumni find solutions for artist's housing crisis

The Art Newspaper reports on the winners of CCA's annual impact awards

One of the shared spaces at Hatch Workshop in Stockton, California

Media coverage / June 22, 2018

Alumna Reena Merchant leads user experience at Google

Silicon Valley Magazine interviews Reena Merchant (MBA in Design Strategy) on her professional career in the tech world and her love of art and design.

Image of CCA Alumna Reena Merchant who leads user experience at Google

Media coverage / June 21, 2018

Professor Claudia Bernardi works with children seeking asylum

News Leader. reports on Bernardi's mural project with unaccompanied Central American minors

Children attempt to reach the Mexico-US border by riding atop freight cars of La Bestia -- "the Beast" -- for hundreds of miles.

Media coverage / June 1, 2018

CCA architecture students and faculty combat rising sea levels

Estuary News reports on CCA's involvement in the Resilient by Design challenge

Map showing San Francisco Bay Resilient by Design sites

Media coverage / May 26, 2018

Professor Owen Smith designs controversial New Yorker covers

The Daily Beast profiles Smith and his works for the magazine.

Lead image for Owen Smith's coverage in the New Yorker

Media coverage / May 16, 2018

Alumna Toyin Ojih Odutola expands definition of the black experience

Frieze magazine profiles Odutola on occassion of her exhibition at SCAD Museum of Art.

CCA Alumna Toyin Ojih Odutola in her exhibition "Testing the Name" at at the SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia.

Media coverage / May 1, 2018

Fashion is not the problem

In this second installment, Professor Lynda Grose argues how the industry needs to change to stay relevant and ethical.

CCA Student Miho Kobayashi's fashion design work for Liz Claiborne Design Scholarship, 2017

Media coverage / April 10, 2018

CCA named in top ten most diverse colleges in US

As an educational and cultural institution, CCA believes diversity is vitally enriching for everyone.

CCA architecture students working together.

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CCA students drive Audi design challenge with innovation and creativity

CCA student team around table discussing Audi Design Challenge

Media coverage / Oct. 3, 2012

When choosing a college, is geography destiny?

CCA President Stephen Beal emphasizes the benefits of studying in the Bay Area—a global hub of entrepreneurship, sustainability, and social activism.

Image of CCA President Stephen Beal

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