8.25.2014 / Sightlines Essays from VCS Class of 2014 Now Available

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The Master’s Project is the capstone of the Visual and Critical Studies Program at California College of the Arts, and this project comprises four required elements: a written thesis, a symposium presentation, preparation of an exhibition poster for display during the season of graduate thesis events, and publication in the Sightlines journal.

We are proud to announce that Sightlines contributions from the class of 2014 are now available!

These essays provide a glimpse into the thesis projects written by recent graduates and demonstrate each author’s desire to probe the complexities of today’s cultural landscape. In these and other essays, CCA’s visual critics sharpen our focus on the often cluttered assemblage that is contemporary culture. By linking vision with systems of power and consumption, they remind us of the socio-cultural substrata that lie beneath both the banal and the beautiful.

To browse and download Sightlines essays by the class of 2014, please click on the links below:

To request a free hardcopy of this year’s publication, please email vcs@cca.edu.