History Lessons: Sculpture at CCA/C exhibition documentation

Collection
CCA/C Archives
Creator(s)
Smith, Allison with the CCA Sculpture Program (Curator) Faculty - Sculpture (BFA)
Scarboro, Jennine (Curator) Staff - Libraries

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Installations (visual works)
Description
In honor of the Sculpture program’s 80th Anniversary, the Libraries/CCA/C Archives presents the exhibit History Lessons: Sculpture at CCA/C, revealing sculpture’s central place in CCA’s history. From the 1913 image of Life Modeling students creating crucifixion pieces for the Competition for an Altar Crucifix, to the 2016 image of future grads installing the spatio-temporal works of The Immediate Archive, these images of student and faculty makers, their workshops, and the works of art they created give us a glimpse of sculpture through the decades and of the continued passionate pursuit of sculpture practices at CCA. “Like I hope all of the stories told in this little ‘history lesson’ might suggest, sculpture is and always has been, quite literally, something to rally around. So next time you are “casting about for an occupation,” consider building a life in and on and around it.”
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
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Series: CCA Libraries Exhibit Documentation
Archives Series & Subseries
Series: V. Exhibits and the CCA Art Collection
Subseries: 2. Exhibits (CCA)
Location
Oakland Campus — Meyer Library
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