Request exhibitions, reserve a tour, participate in the Commencement Exhibition, or apply for a grant! Check back regularly for new opportunities.
Faculty Micro Grants, funded via Creative Citizens for Action at CCA (CCA@CCA), are designed to support course efforts tied to democratic engagement by CCA faculty in fall 2020.
During the second semester of their senior year, undergraduate students develop strategies for pursuing a professional career in the arts by planning, promoting, and installing exhibitions of their own work.
The Alumnx Residency is being retooled in light of COVID-19 and physical distancing. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
CCA's campus galleries are closed until further notice due to CCA’s ongoing response to the evolving COVID–19 outbreak. Please check back at a later date for updates.
The Exhibitions Department invites CCA faculty and students to submit proposals for exhibitions in the Hubbell Street Galleries, Oliver Art Center, Isabelle Percy West Gallery, or Oakland A2 Café.
Each year, the Exhibitions Department awards a selection of CCA faculty members grants of up to $1000 for the planning and presentation of a group exhibition at one of CCA’s campus galleries
Project Space Takeover Applications are now closed. Please check back in November 2020 to apply for the 2021 program.
The Project Space Takeover program is an annual series of week-long activations of the CCA Hubbell Street Project Space, located at 131 Hubbell Street.
Please check back in Fall 2020 to apply to direct the 2021 PLAySPACE program.
PLAySPACE, the Paulette Long and Shepard Pollack Art Community Experiment, is a graduate student-run exhibition program located at 141 Hubbell Street in the CCA Hubbell Street Galleries.