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Exhibitions

The CCA Exhibitions program fosters meaningful dialogue among visiting artists, students, faculty, and the local community through a robust schedule of more than 150 exhibitions, talks, and events each year.

Connect Your Curriculum to CCA@CCA and the Exhibitions Program

Are you interested in learning how the Exhibitions Department can support your curriculum via micro-grants, events, or online exhibition support? During this time of remote learning, the Exhibitions Department is looking to create deeper connections between CCA’s exhibitions program and course curriculum. During a Teaching Lab event on January 27, 2021, we discussed the CCA@CCA Faculty Micro Grant program and online exhibition support we can offer during remote learning. Watch a recording of the event on Panopto (CCA log-in required), or YouTube.

The Showcase: How to Participate

The Showcase is an online platform showcasing work by graduating students across all programs and academic divisions.

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Creative Citizens in Action

CCA@CCA is a college-wide initiative that promotes creative activism and democratic engagement through public programs, exhibitions, and curriculum connections.

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Rewind Review Respond Vol. 2 | Spring 2021

RRR is an online forum where CCA students write about recent events and the ideas that affect their practice, communities, and fields of study.

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Opportunities

Request exhibitions, participate in the Commencement Exhibition, or apply for a grant! Opportunities vary semester by semester.

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PLAySPACE Gallery

PLAySPACE, The Paulette Long and Shepard Pollack Art Community Experiment, is a graduate student-run exhibition program located online and in the CCA Hubbell Street Galleries.

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Archives

Search through Exhibitions' image and video archives, 2015-present.

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Exhibition Planning

Find floor plans and installation guidelines for the CCA Hubbell Street Galleries, Oliver Art Center, and Isabelle Percy West Gallery.

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