The Center for Creativity and the Arts
Welcome to the Center for Creativity and the Arts (CCA) at Fresno State. CCA is California's
Central Valley's leading interdisciplinary institute for the arts.
CCA is a collaboration and dialogue across the university's colleges and disciplines;
the Central Valley's multicultural roots, cultures, and industries; and local K-12
arts education affiliates. Serving a diverse university and regional community, CCA
engages the public through innovative art exhibitions, university-wide programming
and curricula, and community events.
Our goal is for the university and the community to be partners that partake in an
active conversation on the arts, why the arts matter, and how the arts can enrich
Opening Jan. 21 - March 1, 2019 In the Phebe Conley Art Gallery @ Fresno State (Learn more about the artist)
CENTER FOR CREATIVITY AND THE ARTS TO FEATURE LUBA LUKOVA EXHIBITION
The “Luba Lukova Designing Justice” exhibition will open with a reception at 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan 31, at Fresno State’s Conley Art Gallery. Lukova will hold a public talk at 3:30 p.m. ahead of the reception as well as public
workshops on Tuesday, Jan. 29 and Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Through Lukova’s use of an economy of line, color and text to pinpoint essential themes
of humanity and her ability to succinctly visualize social commentary, her work is
said to be powerful and thought-provoking. The exhibition, talk and workshops are
presented by The Center for Creativity and the Arts, part of this year’s “Crossroads” theme, and are co-sponsored by the Department of Art and Design.
Parking is $4 at Lot P5. All events are free to the public. INFO: For more information on the public workshops, contact the Department of Art and Design
At the Fresno State's Graduate Studios at M Street
Malaquias Montoya, A Voice for the Voiceless is a solo exhibition featuring the work of Malaquías Montoya, one of the founders
of the social serigraphy movement in the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid-1960s.
The paintings, silkscreens, charcoals and oil pastels, address three prominent themes:
injustice, empowerment and international struggle. The works in this exhibition are
intended to raise awareness and pay homage to those whom the artist calls the “silent
and often ignored populace of Chicana/o, Mexican and Central American working class,
along with other disenfranchised people of the world.” What better role for art at
this critical time in our history? ~~Malaquias Montoya
You can find more information on these and other CCA events on our Calendar/Events