Juvenal Acosta interview

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CCA/C Archives
Creator(s)
Acosta, Juvenal, 1961- (Interviewee) Faculty - CCA/C Faculty since 1998 - Writing and Literature Program Chair 2004-2008
Hatch, Kevin (Interviewer) Undergraduate Student - BFA 2019 - CCA student Kevin Hatch interviewed Juvenal Acosta as an assignment for Victoria Wagner's class Legacy Starts Here: Oakland Campus
Date(s)
Date created: 2019-11-27
Work type & Measurements
Oral history
Description
Writer and educator Juvenal Acosta talks about experiences from his twenty years of teaching at CCA/C, including his start at CCAC in 1989 when Michael McClure recruited him for the school 's nascent MFA Writing program and the Writing program at CCA in 2019. He expresses his longstanding dream that CCA stay in Oakland and contrasts the Design and Architecture focused culture of the school in SF with the "diversity, nature, intellectual and spiritual" focused "Bohemian" culture of the school in Oakland.
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Geographic: Oakland (Calif.)
Time period: 1980-1989
Time period: 2010-2019
Topic: California College of Arts & Crafts
Name: Acosta Hernández, Juvenal
Archives Series & Subseries
Series: III. Oral Histories
Location
Born Digital
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