Wanted: CCA students in all departments to become CCA Design Fellows at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Join us to see how San Francisco is designed, play a direct role in capturing political dynamics of urban planning, and engage in collaborative, popular-education models. This fellowship is especially appropriate for designers, architects, artists, and writers who are interested in understanding the spatial, communicative, strategic, and historic dynamics of the contemporary city. Fellows will have the opportunity to shape an upcoming exhibition at YBCA.
Note: dates include Half-day sessions from July 10-14 and September 19-30. Students who are not available for all sessions are still eligible to participate—just let us know when you’re available. Yerba Buena 3000 is a partnership of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Hector, and Urban Works Agency and Center for Art and Public Life at California College of the Arts.
Deadline to apply: Applications received by June 23rd will be given priority.
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