CCA condemns racism, injustice, and violence toward Black people. Learn about actions we are taking to make our college safe and equitable for all.
An ongoing gathering of projects, stories, events, and updates from our campus on the cloud.
Allison Yasukawa discusses how multilingual art and design teaching shows how students and teachers can use the tools, materials, and forms of whatever we’re working in to communicate.
On its 50th anniversary, we’re celebrating the Critical Ethnic Studies program’s many accomplishments while looking to the future.
CCA students share their reflections on recent conversations, lectures, and events they’ve encountered on our campus on the cloud.
CCA’s fall 2020 graduating students have persevered to finish their degrees during the COVID–19 pandemic. Explore their work and celebrate their perspectives with the Fall 2020 Showcase.
Owen Smith and Michael Wertz reflect on the meaning and “poetry” of illustration, and its role during the COVID–19 pandemic and beyond
Undergraduate Interaction Design Program Chair Erin Malone and Graduate Program Chair Josh Silverman look into the future of their programs.
More than 100 CCA community members were selected for the de Young Open exhibition, a celebration of the diversity of talent in the Bay Area this fall.
Students in this fall’s Mural Project course express CCA’s Creative Accord in a virtual environment and think beyond traditional mural making.
While sheltering in place, Assistant Chair of Illustration Michael Wertz has been making tiny illustrations that deliver a big message.
Two initiatives champion BIPOC student talent and contributions while building their skills for leadership and success.
With room to house about 25% of the college’s student population and a public dining hall, Founders Hall pushes CCA toward the goal of becoming a unified, fully residential campus.
CCA staff psychologists share tips for managing anxiety, developing a sense of community, and finding hope during the pandemic.
Leading up to the 2020 presidential election, the [email protected] Artwork Campaign celebrates our community’s deep commitment to activism and democratic participation.
During COVID–19, Industrial Design and Furniture students crafted imaginative instruments with the space and materials around them.
Members of the student animation club 24Frames reflect on how they explore career pathways and stay active in their creative practice.
Students in CCA’s MFA in Comics program reflect on how they accomplish goals and stay connected as part of a remote cohort.
Black X Film Festival is a three-day online showcase of films by Black creators, started by a collective of Black artists and allies, including several CCA MFA alumni.
Undergraduate and graduate students discuss their advice for pursuing professional opportunities during the pandemic.
The Creative Citizens in Action initiative ([email protected]) is helping CCA get out to vote and engage in creative activism during one of the most challenging election seasons in recent history.
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