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.
JD Beltran and Scott Minneman collaborate on cutting-edge interactive artworks which explore new modes of portraiture.
2019 honorary doctorate degree recipient Joyce J. Scott’s career demonstrates her quest to inspire change through art.
CCA’s summer study trips introduce students to new cultures and experiences, and many programs also feature service to the host communities and reflections on issues that affect those communities: environmental ...
The sidewalks of San Francisco’s busiest thoroughfare came alive for three days in April at the Market Street Prototyping Festival as teams of artists and designers exhibited over 50 ingenious ...
Gaming is storytelling. From a design perspective, a good game presents a world that is both accessible and fantastic; at its center are good characters.
IDEO CEO Tim Brown and CCA professor Barry Katz discuss design in a new era of disruption.
CCA's Cinema Visionaries Lecture Series is a popular public-programs lineup of screenings and engaging Q&A sessions with today's most luminary filmmakers.
What can you do to make sure your application won’t be overlooked? Here are a few tips from admissions officers at some of the best art colleges in the U.S.
Matthew Jervis (Graphic Design 2004) believes we can all be designers. Design is fundamental to how humans survive and relate to the world, he says.
Postcards to the President, a project that encouraged attendees to write messages to POTUS, Vice President Pence, state reps, and local leaders.
If you're thinking about pursuing an animation degree, your employment prospects after college are excellent. But which animation jobs have the highest return on your tuition investment, and what type of work is out there?
Each of our graduates has a story to tell about how their CCA experience — the expert instructors that mentored them, the boundary-defying projects they worked on, the industry-leading internships they secured — set them down the path to becoming who they
Globally recognized curator Maria Lind helps CCA curatorial graduate students think more broadly about the field of curating.
Beloved painter and educator Wayne Thiebaud discusses his life’s work and his place in art history.
The starving artist: It’s the cliche that just won’t go away. Anyone who’s even toyed with the idea of pursuing a career in the arts has heard it—many, many times. Now fold in the notion of going to art school and you have a recipe for some serious skepti
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