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Calling all students to participate in New Look 2022, an inclusive exhibition celebrating creative contributions by all CCA students. As the first exhibition on our unified campus, New Look 2022 serves as an opportunity for students to introduce themselves and their work to the CCA community at large.
Monday, August 29th, 12—5pm
Tuesday, August 30th, 10am—12pm
Friday, September 2nd, 3—6pm during Chimerapalooza.
CCA@CCA Faculty Grants Program
APPLY NOW to receive up to $1000 in grant support for your fall 2022 course efforts tied to voting and democratic engagement.
Leading up to the United States Midterm Election on November 8th, the goal of the CCA@CCA Faculty Grant Program 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. All faculty who are actively teaching at CCA in fall 2022 are invited to submit proposals. Recipients receive funding and organizational support from the CCA Exhibitions team, and outcomes will be featured in the Deborah and Kenneth Novack Creative Citizens Series, social media, and CCA@CCA Archive.
More information available HERE.
Creative Citizens in Action (CCA@CCA) is looking for five artists (or artist groups) to create site specific and/or large-scale installation work for the main Nave during the CCA@CCA Fluid Mutualism Symposium (Feb 28-March 4, 2022). Selected artists may receive up to $500 each in materials and installation support. They will also receive professional documentation support.
Deadline to apply: February 7, 2022
Undergraduate fine arts students develop strategies for pursuing a professional career in the arts by planning, promoting, and installing their own work in the campus galleries during their last semester at CCA.
Spring 2022 Graduate Deadline: December 1, 2021
PLAySPACE, the Paulette Long and Shepard Pollack Art Community Experiment, provides the resources for student artists and curators to conceptualize and present exhibitions and events that are oriented towards the academic community.
Deadline to apply to direct the Spring 2022 PLAySPACE Program: December 6, 2021
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 to apply for the 2021–2022 Fellowship: October 25, 2021
A call for artwork related to creative activism, civic engagement, and/or democratic participation.
Deadline to submit your artwork: October 4, 2020
Due to the permanent closure of the Oliver Art Center, Isabelle Percy West Gallery, and Hubbell Street Galleries, the Exhibitions Department is not collecting exhibition requests for the 2022–2023 academic year. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request support with events and presentations in other campus spaces.
Due to the permanent closure of the Oliver Art Center, Isabelle Percy West Gallery, and Hubbell Street Galleries, the Exhibitions Department is not currently taking tour requests. Please check back in fall 2022.