Information about CCA’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement for fall 2021.
/ July 14, 2021
Maia Cruz Palileo presents a new exhibition of paintings and sculptures inspired by historic Philippiniana materials and the artist’s own memories.
/ July 13, 2021
California College of the Arts President Stephen Beal announced Leigh Sata as vice president of Operations and Capital Projects, effective June 4, 2021.
/ June 10, 2021
California College of the Arts has elected Lorna Meyer Calas as chair of the CCA Board of Trustees, effective July 1, 2021, for an initial three-year term. Calas—managing director with Merrill Lynch's Private Wealth Management Group—has been a CCA trustee
The Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts for a $20,000 award from the Grants for Arts Projects program to support its 2022 exhibition, Drum Listens to Heart, which explores “the percussive” as an
/ May 20, 2021
California College of the Arts announces the appointments of Aaron Gensler and CCA alum Carina Wong (MBA Design Strategy 2019) to the Board of Trustees for an initial three-year term.
/ May 19, 2021
Why are they so afraid of the lotus?—the second title in the Wattis Institute’s annual book series, A Series of Open Questions—is informed and inspired by the work of Trinh T. Minh-ha.
/ May 18, 2021
On view through July 10, 2021, at the Ferry Building in San Francisco, the three exhibitions explore Bay Area histories and futures, social justice and territorialization, and ecology and climate change.
/ May 10, 2021
The Class of 2021 Showcase features work from over 260 students across the Fine Arts, Architecture, Design, and Humanities and Sciences divisions.
/ April 13, 2021
CCA will also recognize Sir Jony’s extraordinary contributions to design with an honorary doctorate during the college’s virtual commencement celebration on May 10, 2021.
/ April 7, 2021
California College of the Arts’ acclaimed Architecture Division is pleased to announce a new Academic Alliance with the Autodesk Technology Centers beginning in spring 2021.
On Thursday, April 8, 2021, a new exhibition featuring a selection of work by 16 emerging artists from California College of the Arts’ graduate program in fine arts opens at 360 Kansas Street in San Francisco.
/ March 23, 2021
Radio Coyote is conceived entirely by Chacon and guest collaborators, featuring live and pre-recorded performances, interviews, and text-based recordings. Listen April 1–June 30, 2021, at radiocoyote.org and on 88.1 FM in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill.
/ March 15, 2021
"Contact Traces," an exhibition curated by CCA’s Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice Class of 2021, reconsiders existing definitions of care in the absurd and dire circumstances of our present moment.
/ Jan. 25, 2021
The Wattis Institute presents a robust schedule of events centered on the question that drives the institution’s core mission: What and how can we learn from artists today?
/ Dec. 2, 2020
The grant will support a five-year initiative to expand lighting design course offerings, providing a research-driven, interdisciplinary approach to lighting design at CCA.
/ Oct. 14, 2020
Jeffrey Gibson's newly commissioned video opens with an outdoor screening at the Tenderloin National Forest.
/ Oct. 13, 2020
The walk-by exhibition and website features artwork and poster designs by 66 CCA students, faculty, staff, and alumni; see it in the Hubbell Street Galleries windows or online at creativecitizens.cca.edu.
/ Oct. 8, 2020
Make. Act. Resist throughout October features keynote lectures, a movie screening and discussion, artist talks, and interviews with CCA faculty.
/ Sept. 22, 2020
The Wattis will devote an entire year to reflecting on the questions posed by Vicuña’s work through intimate public and private reading groups and a series of public events.
/ July 7, 2020
California College of the Arts announces the appointment of Ritu Kalra to the Board of Trustees for an initial three-year term. Kalra is the treasury director and special advisor to the executive vice president of Harvard University.
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