Request exhibitions, reserve a tour, participate in the Commencement Exhibition, or apply for a grant! Check back regularly for new opportunities.
The 2020 Commencement Exhibition sign up form is live from February 24–March 22, 2020.
CCA's Commencement Exhibition is an expansive annual showcase of work by graduating students from across CCA's undergraduate and graduate programs.
2020 Large-scale Nave Installation applications is live from February 24–March 22, 2020.
Graduating students are invited to apply for grants of up to $500 for new site-specific and/or large-scale installations for the main Nave during the annual Commencement Exhibition.
The Exhibitions Department welcomes group visits to CCA's galleries and offers staff-led tours of select exhibitions on request.
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.
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2019-2020 academic year. Please check back in spring 2020 to participate in the next round of applications.
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.
We are no longer accepting 2019 residency applications. Please check back in spring 2020 to participate in the next round of applications.
Two CCA alumnx, Jamee Crusan and Zachary Royer Scholz, have been selected via an open call to activate CCA’s Hubbell Street Galleries in San Francisco in June-July 2019.
We are no longer accepting exhibition applications for the 2019-2020 academic year. Please check back in spring 2020 to participate in the next round of applications.
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.
We are no longer accepting Grant applications for the 2019-2020 academic year. Please check back in spring 2020 to participate in the next round of applications.
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.
APPLICATIONS TO DIRECT THE 2020 PROGRAM ARE NOW CLOSED. 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.