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.
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.
On March 7th of 2015, the Meyer Library hosted an Art+Feminism Wikipedia edit-a-thon aimed at addressing the gender imbalance and skewed coverage of Wikipedia. Library staff and visitors spent all day writing articles on female artists and topics relating to women, feminism, and art.
Safeway demolition with Founders Hall in background, 2016.
"This zine is for you!
It is meant as a resource for both transgender students and cisgender students who may be spending time with gender variant peers for the first time. It was produced in Summer 2013 by a group of trans and gender variant students and alumni, and faculty advisors, with the support of CCA Student Affairs. This zine is not a traditional "Transgender 101." Rather, it centers personal experiences, writing, and artwork of trans, queer, and gender variant folks at CCA. We encourage you to read, discuss, synthesize, question, fill in the blanks."
Submitted for reaffirmation of accreditation to: Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission. Accreditation off-site visit to occur April 2016. on-site visit October 2016.
An updated and expanded version of the original published strategic plan for 2010-15.
California College of the Arts Commencement, 2014.