Douglas Sandberg interview

Collection
CCA/C Archives
Creator(s)
Sandberg, Douglas (Interviewee) Undergraduate Student - Film (BFA) - BFA 1978 - BFA in Film Arts (video / film / photography)
Major, Emily (Interviewer) Staff - staff in 2014 - Advancement Staff - Fundraising Services Manager
Date(s)
Date created: 2014-09-28
Work type & Measurements
Oral history
Description
Douglas Sandberg talks about CCAC in the 1970s. He recounts memories of film faculty Vilem Kriz, the Meyer Library as a sanctuary and resource, the vibrant, heady, intellectual character of CCAC in the 70s, and tells an anecdote about Hugh Wiley's drawing class at the zoo. He discusses the impact that his time at CCAC had on his life after college.
Notes
Depicted persons: Wiley, Hugh
Subject(s)
Time period: 1970-1979
Name: Sandberg, Douglas
Name: Kriz, Vilem, 1921-1994
Name: Wiley, Hugh, 1922-
Name: McClure, Michael
CCA/C subject: College activities
Archives Series & Subseries
Series: III. College Life
Subseries: 5. Oral Histories
Location
Born Digital
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