CCA condemns injustice, racism, and oppressive violence toward Black people: Read President Beal’s letter to the community.
Faced with limited availability of affordable face masks in Ecuador during the COVID–19 pandemic, Camila Wandemberg (BFA Individualized Studies 2020) devised an innovative, sustainable solution.
As the college moves toward a hybrid fall 2020 semester, we’re sharing details about our plans to keep students, faculty, and staff safe while living, learning, teaching, and working together on campus.
Textile artist and dual-degree master’s program alum Kira Dominguez Hultgren shares her research interests and how she’s growing into her practice post-CCA.
The Wattis staff share some of their favorite videos, essays, and performances available through the free digital library.
These statements were sent to members of the CCA community in emails from President Stephen Beal and Provost Tammy Rae Carland.
Deborah Stein’s Diachronic course discovers a common thread over three generations.
Archaeological testing on CCA’s Backlot made the exciting discovery of organic materials that signify human activity, including tool making, from almost 7,500 years ago.
Fifteen works from 11 CCA students were selected for this year’s Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Competition Exhibit, on view now.
The Class of 2020 Showcase highlights the work of over 300 graduating students in CCA’s 22 undergraduate and 11 graduate programs.
Each year, an outstanding student address is chosen by a committee of CCA leadership. For 2020’s undergraduate class, Carl Edward Mongan (BFA Animation 2020) was selected for the honor.
Each year, an outstanding student address is chosen by a committee of CCA leadership. For 2020’s graduate cohort, Santino Gonzales (MFA Fine Arts 2020) was selected for the honor.
CCA’s Decolonial School focuses on how to relate diversity, inclusion, and equity to artistic and design practice.
Through community work, asking critical questions, and embracing full-circle materiality, CCA’s Furniture program builds values of equity and sustainability into new spaces.
From face shields to face masks, faculty, alumni, and staff are contributing their time and talent to address nationwide shortages of personal protective equipment.
The Rubber Impact Project is interested in junk—specifically, the inner tubes of well-tread rubber tires, which they are transforming into sustainable treasure.
To mark Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, How We Hear Now invites participants to record the unique sound of their environments.
From gripping memoirs to enduring works of fiction, this list of written works from CCA alumni will help you get through shelter in place.
CCA reaffirms its Arts and Crafts roots on its new campus, with updated, sustainability-focused studios for fine arts programs, such as Ceramics and Glass.
Explore the college’s most prominent geographic decisions, which prove CCA has never shied away from change.
New campus housing and dining in San Francisco, opening fall 2020, make CCA a full residential campus for the first time in its history.
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