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Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon  

Saturday March 5th,   2 - 6 pm

Simpson Library, San Francisco Campus

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TRANSLUCENCE in 21st c. MATERIALS - Materials Library Display

Exhibition image, TRANSLUCENCE in 21st c. MATERIALS - Materials Library Display
A new exhibition featuring translucent polymers, glass, and even concrete samples is on display outside the Materials Library!

Nicole Aponte paintings in the SF campus's Simpson Library

Installation shot - Nicole Aponte Paintings
Three of MFA Candidate NICOLE APONTE's large-scale paintings are on view in the Simpson Library from January 19 - February 19, 2016.

Welcome to Spring Semester! NEW Elizabeth Russell Exhibit, Meyer Library

Exhibition shot, Storefront display: Weatherlore by Elizabeth Russell
"Weatherlore" is an exhibition of works by MFA candidate Elizabeth Russell in the storefront window at the entrance to the Meyer Library on the Oakland campus.

The Library of Babble

Jorge Luis Borges' classic short story, The Library of Babel, is set in a universe that is entirely "composed of an indefinite, perhaps infinite number of hexagonal galleries" (Borges 19).

WAR AND PHOTOGRAPHY- Meyer Library Exhibition

War and Photography Exhibition, Meyer Library, installation shot
Runs from November 20, 2015- December 10, 2015. During the American Civil War (1861-1865), the photographic book emerged as a dynamic space for the exploration of the meaning of warfare, the meanin

FREE KNOWLEDGE installation outside Meyer Library

free knowledge

FREE KNOWLEDGE: An installation in ceramic and text

Books,

books,

Melting away.

The library,

A collection of novels,

A Magazine in Glass Features Poem by CCA Faculty Judith Serin

Image of One (More) Glass, Vol 1, No 6 featuring a poem by Judith Serin
The CCA Simpson Library has just acquired an issue of the limited-edition magazine “One (More) Glass, which features the work of Judith Serin, poet and faculty member of CCA, for our Artist Book Colle

A LIBRARY WITHIN A LIBRARY - New Exhibit, November 16-December 3

image of student w/ Joseph Albers' "Interaction of Color," from the Rare Books c
For the undergraduate course “Interdisciplinary Critique,” taught by Susanne Cockrell and Mark Thompson, students designed their own personal libraries and archives inside Meyer Library, on the Oaklan

View excerpts of our Artists' Books online!

covers of Artists' Books

The CCA Libraries have been scanning and digitizing small excerpts from titles in our

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  • African Art Pedagogy Exhibit Opening, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 4-6PM

    Photo of African Art Pedagogy Exhibition, Meyer Library, 2015
    When a call went out for proposals for a faculty exhibition on Art, Science, and Pedagogy at CCA in conjunction with the Fall 2015 Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD) Symposi

    Meow! Meyer Library celebrates National Cat Day & Halloween

    In recognition of National Cat Day (Oct 29) and Halloween (Oct 31), Meyer Library has put together a selection of cat-related material from the CCA Libraries collection.

    Supplementing the di

    The Lost Art Project Exhibition (October 16- October 30, 2015)

    Lost Art Project Exhibition installation shot, phone booth and storefront
    Shaghayegh Cyrous, a visual artist from Tehran, Iran, and current MFA graduate student at CCA, initiated the Lost Art Project upon moving to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2012.
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