Three web pages relating to the CCA Libraries instruction program and its history. Archived from the website on March 20th, 2017, though the pages were created and last updated much earlier.
Faun sculpture on the Oakland campus created by student Hazel Z. Weller, 1926.
Promotional bulletin for the ceramics conference, Interaction, organized by Edith Heath at California College of the Arts and Crafts in the summer of 1956.
Sculpture of a standing figure, with paper overlay detailing printing instructions taped to image front
Abstracted standing figure sculpture, with paper overlay detailing printing instructions taped to image front
Sculpture of reclining figure in a landscape with building ruins
A timeline of CCA's transition from slides to digital images, with details on technological developments that inspired the transition.
Flyer from the year 2010 announcing two library awards, the Student Book Art Competition and the Library Research Awards.
California College of the Arts Commencement, May 14 2016.
On March 5th of 2016, the Simpson Library hosted California College of the Arts' 2nd annual Art+Feminism Wikipedia edit-a-thon aimed at addressing the gender imbalance and skewed coverage of Wikipedia. Library staff and visitors spent the day writing articles on female artists and topics relating to women, feminism, and art.