Mickie Lau shares how the MBA in Design Strategy at California College of the Arts is catalyzing her dream career.
The Illustrated Poster class is part of a number of interdisciplinary courses at CCA. Taught jointly by Michael Wertz (Illustration) and Thomas Wojak (chair, Printmaking).
Aaron De La Cruz’s work walks the line between organization and chaos.
Sitou Akolly shares why he came to CCA and his interest in pre-colonial architecture of Togo
Ryan Golenberg (BArch 2009) and Sean Canty (BArch 2010) have had a collaborative relationship since their time as peers at CCA, then continuing on to the Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s MArch program.
CCA Photography student Jendayi Ingram discusses her artistic influences and offers scholarship advice to first-time freshmen.
Alum Matthew Lew’s Pre-College experience launched him toward a successful graphic design career.
We asked CCA’s Nelson Chan, Jennine Scarboro, and Leslie Roberts to talk about some of their top books to read.
CCA’s dean of Fine Arts discusses the value of an arts education in today’s product-driven and politically tense world.
During an Interior Design course lab called tranSTUDIO, students explore new frontiers in advanced manufacturing and design at Autodesk.
Public Sediment for Alameda Creek, a project by CCA’s Architectural Ecologies research lab, has been awarded $31.4 million in California state funding.
Avoid these easy-to-make errors as you put together your admissions application art portfolio.
CCA Interior Design student Moon Lou enters her senior year with a prestigious award and advice for new students.
At just 24 years old, Arleene Correa Valencia (Individualized Major 2018) is making a huge impact through her artwork.
Negar Kalantar explores how relief cutting, or kerfing, can improve building materials’ adaptability to environmental threats.
Feeling the “vibe” of an art school, imagining yourself living, studying, and working there, is a crucial part of the campus visit. But there are a few more tangible things you should keep your eye out for, as well.
Galen Boone shares how the Individualized Studies curriculum formed her practice, which CCA faculty had the biggest impact, and what life has been like after graduation.
CCA Fashion Design faculty, students, activists, and influencers leverage every skill they have to bring change to the injustice at the root of fashion production.
Buoyant Ecologies and Rubber Impact Awareness & Action Project win grants from Center for Impact.
As CCA’s ninth president, Stephen Beal champions learning through making to prepare students as creative citizens.
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