arcCA

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arcCA, the quarterly journal of the AIA California Council, was published from 2000 to 2012. It succeeded Architecture California, which had begun publication in 1979. arcCA’s inaugural issue, 00.1, Zoning Time, was edited by Therese Bissell; subsequent issues were edited by Tim Culvahouse. arcCA was overseen by an editorial board, whose members during this period were Thomas Anglewicz, John Leighton Chase (Chair, 2010), Annie Chu, Nicholas Docous, Peter Dodge, Jamie Lea Dronyk, Lisa Findley, Daniel Gregory, Paul Halajian (Chair, 2005-2009), Wendy Kohn, Evelyn Lee, Lee Lippert, Michael Malinowski, David Meckel, Kris Miller-Fisher, Eric Naslund (Chair, 2011-2012), Lisa Padilla, Gordon Park, Barton Phelps, Kelly Rodriguez, Joseph Rosa, Pierluigi Serraino, Carol Shen (Chair, 2000-2004), Natalie Shivers,  Stephen Slaughter, Linda Sobuta, Allison Williams, John Wyka, Buzz Yudell, and Anne Zimmerman. arcCA was designed by Bob Aufuldish of Aufuldish & Wariner, who also designed the cover of each issue; interior layout after the first issue was by Marc Phu (01.1, 01.3-02.1) Supreeya Pongkasem (00.2, 01.2,  02.2-02.4), and Ragina Johnson (03.1-12.1).

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