Apply now to receive up to $1000 in grant support for your spring 2024 course efforts connected to the theme of The Materiality of Resistance. The goal of the CCA@CCA Faculty Grant Program is to support the implementation of small-scale, immediate public-facing projects or activations that aim to improve the learning experience of students and offer critical resources for civic involvement and creative activism. Projects are featured in the Creative Citizens in Action Series and online archive. A list of past awardees is available here.
DEADLINE EXTENDED to December 10, 2023
All CCA students are invited to submit proposals for site specific and/or large-scale installation work for the main Nave during the Materiality of Resistance Symposium. Selected proposals will receive up to $500 in materials and installation support.
Deadline: February 5, 2024
All current CCA faculty are invited to sign up to participate in the 2023 CCA Faculty Exhibition, stories of us. On view at the CCA Campus Gallery from August 30 through October 6, 2023, stories of us will feature work by current CCA faculty that explores personal stories of belonging, care, and community.
Deadline: August 18, 2023
Are you a CCA Student? Do you believe in democracy? Then submit your work to CCA@CCA’s 2022 Sticker Design contest. The sticker lets people know you are thinking about and engaged in the democratic process. It’s also a simple way to remind others of their civic duty and encourage informed conversation about voting and participating in electoral politics.
Deadline: October 2, 2022
We are looking for a visionary faculty member with a passion for student engagement and a desire to cultivate belonging to collaborate with the CCA Exhibitions team as lead faculty organizer of the 2021–2022 Creative Citizens Program Series.
CCA’s Exhibitions and Public Programming Department is looking for creative researchers and practitioners to assist with conceiving, planning, and producing public programs related to CCA@CCA.
Deadline: October 25, 2021
Every year, a visionary faculty member with a passion for civic engagement collaborates with the CCA Exhibitions team as lead faculty organizer of the Creative Citizens Program Series. Individual tasks include participating in planning meetings, reviewing online proposals, selecting speakers, organizing public programs, communicating with event participants, working with CCA@CCA Student Fellows, and actively recruiting participation in the initiative. This position is a full coordinatorship spread over summer, fall, and spring.
Deadline: April 19, 2021
CCA students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to participate in an open call for artwork and poster designs that will become part of a visual activation featuring expressions of creative activism from the CCA community.
Deadline: October 4, 2020