MARTINEZ HALL MURAL EXHIBITION exhibition documentation, 2015

CCA/C Archives
Erickson, Hannah Novillo (Curator) Graduate Student - Curatorial Practice (MA)
Scarboro, Jennine (Curator) Staff - Libraries
Pineda, Eduardo (Teacher) Faculty - Diversity Studies Program, Interdisciplinary Studies
Espinoza, Laila (Artist) Undergraduate Student - Community Arts (BFA)
Krase, Jacqueline (Artist) Undergraduate Student - Illustration (BFA)
Mayorga, Steven James (Artist) Undergraduate Student - Printmaking (BFA)
Maguens, Martina (Artist) Undergraduate Student - Jewelry / Metal Arts (BFA)
Perez, Angel (artist) Undergraduate Student - Printmaking (BFA)
Realiza, Michaela (artist) Undergraduate Student - Printmaking (BFA)
Exhibit date(s): 2015-10-16 - 2015-10-30
Work type & Measurements
1 pounce; illustrations; archive material courtesy of CCA/C Archives
From idea to process to completion: the latest exhibition in the storefront window of the Meyer Library, curated by Hannah Novillo Erickson, a graduate student in the Curatorial Practice program and the library’s new Assistant Curator for 2015/2016, follows the work of a team of six students at California College of the Arts as they created a new mural on the Martinez Hall mural wall this summer, which addresses the arts and cultural diversity at CCA. A section of the pounce pattern and other materials and inspirations used in the creation of the 2015 mural are on view. - - - Inside the library various pieces from CCA/C's archive encourage viewers to explore the rich history of the Martinez Mural Wall in an exhibit curated by Jennine Scarboro. CCAC’s first mural was created in 1971 and for the past 44 years a changing array of visions have graced the Martinez Hall mural wall. This exhibit tell the story of the history of the mural at CCA/C highlighting both the murals created and also how these works reflect CCACs shifting institutional values, particularly in regard to the politics of diversity.
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Series: CCA Libraries Exhibit Documentation
Archives Series & Subseries
Series: V. Exhibits and the CCA Art Collection
Subseries: 2. Exhibits
Oakland Campus — Meyer Library
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