Wed, Dec 19, 2018
(free and open to the public)
The CRB is the hub of learning for the Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice at California College of the Arts. Visit the CRB today to learn more about the program, check out the books, and meet James Voorhies, CRB’s Director and Chair of the program.
MA in Curatorial Practice
California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
The hub of learning for the Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice is off-campus at Curatorial Research Bureau–a bookshop, a learning site, a public program–located inside Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in downtown San Francisco.
Graduate seminars occur at YBCA, integrating students into the institution’s infrastructure while providing opportunities to witness planning meetings, marketing initiatives, and conversations among curators.
Each student receives an annual teaching assistantship and is eligible for internships and fellowships at Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, KADIST, Art Practical, and the Curatorial Research Bureau.
Faculty are practitioners with experience in the field, from commissioning artist projects and editing online publishing platforms to curating media arts programs and directing nonprofits.
CCA’s Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice teaches students about the role of the curator, preparing them to be both a positive mediator and productive agent who builds bridges between artists and their audiences.
Questions? Write to James Voorhies, Chair of the Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice at California College of the Arts.