Artworks by the likes of John Baldessari and Carrie Mae Weems will be released in groups of 10 over a five-year period and sold to benefit a new scholarship endowment for the university’s School of Art.
California Institute of the Arts brings back its five-week summer residency with visiting artists Dena Yago, Rachel Yezbick, and American Artist.
A sanctuary for cross-disciplinary training, the School of Art promotes the creative environment and intellectual context for artistic experimentation.
The two-year master’s degree is designed for writers who want to push beyond traditional boundaries and discover new modes of expression through language.
This is a uniquely structured two-year graduate experience for students seeking to engage in an intensive critique of the relations between culture, politics, and society.
After CalArts announced a tuition hike in March, students have been participating in a much bigger conversation around the transparency and values of arts institutions.
A substantial number of works held a great deal of possibility and promise at this year’s CalArts Graduate Open Studios.
Anthropologist and Critical Theorist Elizabeth Povinelli will be the 2020 Theorist in Residence for the MA Aesthetics and Politics Program and Literary Scholar and Cultural Historian Saidiya Hartman for 2021.
Student organizers closed out the annual CalArts REDCAT Gala by asking for contributions from deep-pocketed donors.
On Tuesday morning, CalArts students organized outside of Hauser & Wirth in Los Angeles, where the Board of Trustees voted on the tuition for the next academic year, which will total $50,850.
N. Katherine Hayles will be giving two public lectures in the Los Angeles area in late January 2019 as a part of her tenure as Theorist in Residence.
A new play at CalArts sets Witkacy’s The Metaphysics of a Two-Headed Calf in the unending landscape of Death Valley.