Is your school featured in a major museum exhibition this year? The slick students (and grads, and faculty) at California College of the Arts are the focus of two big shows at SFMOMA celebrating the school’s 100th anniversary.
“California College of the Arts at 100: Innovation by Design” features 40 objects by Yves “Hot Like Butterscotch” Behar, Rama Chorpash (knives above, we love), dresscode, Thom Faulders, IwamotoScott, Kuth/Ranieri, Jennifer Morla, Bruce Tomb, and Volume Inc., among others.
The second show, “California College of the Arts at 100: Fertile Ground” features design created for the school by folks like Bob Aufuldish, Michael Cronan, Mark Fox, Lucille Tenazas, and Michael Vanderbyl, and architectural models and drawings by local architects Jim Jennings and Mark Horton.
Both shows open March 23 at SFMOMA, watch the site for details.
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