February 27, 2007 - California College of the Arts - CELEBRATING THE CENTENNIAL
February 27, 2007



A Yearlong Schedule of Programs and Events

From its humble beginnings in 1907 with three classrooms, 43 students, and three teachers, California College of the Arts (CCA) has developed into one of this countrys most prestigious art colleges. Today CCA boasts state-of-the art campuses in San Francisco and Oakland, 19 undergraduate and six graduate programs, 1,650 fulltime students, nearly 500 faculty members, and an estimated 14,000 alumni.
A Yearlong Series of Events
A host of celebratory events will be held at locations both on- and off-campus. As a tribute to the colleges influence and reputation, more than 40 galleries and museums from New York to Los Angeles and the Bay Area have organized exhibitions to celebrate the centennial. Highlights for coming weeks include:
Through April 8: CCA: A Legacy in Studio Glass, San Francisco Museum of Craft Design
Through April 22: 100 Families Oakland: Art & Social Change, Oakland Museum of California
March 23August 16: California College of the Arts at 100: Innovation by Design at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
April 1: Graduate Open Studios, San Francisco campus
April 25: Centennial Gala and Threads Fashion Show at Fort Mason in San Francisco

Other highlights include Celebrating a Centennial: Contemporary Printmakers at CCA at the de Young Museum September 29, 2007April 20, 2008; and CCA: 100 Years in the Making, at Oakland Museum of California October 13, 2007 through January 27, 2008.

Galleries and museums participating in CCAs centennial include 871 Fine Arts, American Craft Council, John Berggruen Gallery, Berkeley Art Museum, Rena Bransten Gallery, Braunstein/Quay Gallery, Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, Charles Campbell Gallery, Claudia Chapline Gallery, Crown Point Press, Di Rosa Preserve, Gallery Paule Anglim, GarageGallery, Brian Gross Fine Art, Hackett-Freedman Gallery, Haines Gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, Hosfelt Gallery, Intersection for the Arts, Gregory Lind Gallery, Walter Maciel Gallery, Judah L. Magnes Museum, Heather Marx Gallery, Modernism, Montclair Gallery, Museum of Craft and Folk Art in San Francisco, Oakland Museum of California, Palo Alto Art Center, Paulson Press, RayKo Photography Center, Richmond Art Center, San Francisco Museum of Craft Design, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Sculpturesite Gallery, Andrea Schwartz Gallery, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, Thompson Art Gallery at San Jose State University, Traywick Contemporary, Triangle Gallery, and Stephen Wirtz Gallery.

For a complete list of CCAs centennial events, please visit www.cca.edu/100.


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