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Raymond Saunders and Jennine Scarboro

Raymond Saunders, CCAC MFA Class of 1961 and longtime faculty, with student Jennine Scarboro in front of Macky Hall, Oakland, Calif.

CCA/C subject: Portraits, class photos
Person(s) depicted: Saunders, Raymond, 1934-, Scarboro, Jenn...
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Dimension of Fiber exhibition postcard

Exhibition announcement card for imension of Fiber, invitational exhibit at the CCAC Gallery, 5283 Broadway, March 4-29, 1971

CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Person(s) depicted: Sekimachi, Kay, 1926-
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Kay Sekimachi Woven Forms exhibition postcard

Exhibition announcement card for imension of Kay Sekimachi Woven Forms at the Isabelle Percy West Gallery, CCAC, October 9-30, 1975

CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Person(s) depicted: Sekimachi, Kay, 1926-
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Kay Sekimachi, 1954

Kay Sekimachi, at work on a weaving, 1954.

CCA/C subject: Faculty and students at work
Person(s) depicted: Sekimachi, Kay, 1926-
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California College of Arts and Crafts Review, Vol.79 No.4 Nov/Dec 1985

Excerpt from California College of Arts and Crafts Review, Vol.79 No.4 Nov/Dec 1985, focusing on CCAC alumna Kay Sekimachi

Creator(s): California College of Arts and Crafts
CCA/C subject: College activities
Person(s) depicted: Sekimachi, Kay, 1926-, Guermonprez, Trud...
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Tree Inventory map, 2009

2009 inventory of the trees on the California College of the Arts Oakland campus

Creator(s): ArborLogic
CCA/C subject: Campus views of buildings and architecture
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Macky Hall and Founders Hall, 1975

View from Macky Lawn of Macky Hall/Treadwell Hall with Founders Hall beyond. Three Coast Redwood, one at the right corner of the stone wall and two at the left corner and the distinctive curved branch of the Giant Sequoia also appear in the photo. CCAC Oakland, 1975.

CCA/C subject: Campus views of buildings and architecture
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View of Studio 8 from in front of Macky Hall

View past an automobile parked in front of Macky Hall of Studio 8. Faun sculpture created by student Hazel Z. Weller and Live Oak tree at photo right.

Creator(s): Weller, Hazel Z.
CCA/C subject: Campus views of buildings and architecture
Person(s) depicted: Weller, Hazel Z., Mrs.
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Students on Macky Lawn, 1972

Students on Macky Lawn with Macky Hall/Treadwell Hall with Founders Hall beyond, CCAC Oakland, 1972.

CCA/C subject: Campus views of buildings and architecture
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Hou Hanru and His Mid-Ground Curatorial Strategy in Asian Biennales

Abstract In my thesis I analyze how Hou Hanru developed and practiced his Mid-ground curatorial strategy in the Asian Biennale and Triennials. Since the biennale format developed out of western curatorial practices, it posed novel issues in its adaptation in the Asian regions. By using the Shanghai Biennale (2000), the Gwangju Biennale (2002) and the Guangzhou Triennial (2005) as three case studies, my thesis documents Hou’s efforts to create an open space, network the artistic groups, and motivate interdisciplinary collaborations to resist the pervasive Western-centric biennale format and support the local art ecology. In this way, Hou engaged more sustainable methodologies for Asian biennials based on local context. Hou’s biennale practices show that, especially in the context of a globally engaged Asia, curatorial practice must strategically contribute to building discursive space and infrastructure by working with existing agencies and entities. Asian Biennale, Hou Hanru, Mid-ground, Locality, Globa…

Type: Thesis
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