The learning outcomes for CCA's Textiles program are:
Student can effectively present their work in an artist statement that is specific and relevant to the work presented.
Student can speak clearly and respond effectively to questions about their aesthetic intent, creative process, and the future trajectories of their work.
Student can develop their ideas and make work that expresses themselves with the conceptual, material, and technological skills consistent with expectations for entry-level professional practice.
Student demonstrates the ability to make work that is thoughtfully considered, well researched, and conceptually rigorous.
Student uses materials in consideration of their physical properties as well as their poetic, formal, social, or cultural implications.
Student demonstrates the ability to use analogue and/or digital tools consistent with expectations for entry-level professional practice.
Student has intentionally installed their work to effectively emphasize its visual impact and/or conceptual meaning.
Student combines or synthesizes ideas, images, materials, technique, form, color, and/or spatial dynamics to express themselves in original/innovative ways.
Student can apply their knowledge of historical and contemporary art and design practices to contextualize their work within historical landscapes and contemporary dialogues.
Student understands how meaning is formed through the interrelationship between multiple works, and is moving towards identifying, exploring, and building an independent artistic voice and a cohesive body of work.