Announcement mailer for an exhibit titled "Cultural Identities and Immigration; Changing Images of America in the 90s" with works by Su-Chen Hung and Gigi Jan Chang, Young Kim, L. Tomi Kobara, Saiman Li, Domingo Nuno and Julio Morales, Armando Rascon, Eugene Rodriguez, Carla Oden Santiago, Larry Sultan and Kelly Sultan, May Sun and Chongbin Zheng, on display in the Oliver Art Center, on CCAC's Oakland Campus at 5212 Broadway, from November 9-December 17, 1994.
Video recording of the 2018 Graduate Programs Commencement ceremony.
A 3-minute edited summary of CCA's 2018 Commencement featuring clips of several major speakers and graduates crossing the stage.
Announcement mailer for an exhibit presenting the work of Leslie Correll and William Clark in the Isabelle Percy West Gallery and Michael Fisher in the Lower Gallery, on CCAC's Oakland Campus at 5212 Broadway, from January 9-28, 1974.
A metal chalice made by CCAC student William Clark in 1976.
Studio 2 Individual Unit stair design, nature phenomenon screen design, CNC model, renders, exploded axometric drawings
Stair design based on a natural phenomenon
The CCA Libraries Exhibition Program presents Drip by Drip, by Emily Budd, CCA MFA ‘18. Budd’s sculptures imagine our present-day plasticity retained in fossilized casts, a future memory of the present seen as the past. Mimicking the slow accumulation of geologic materials over time, she used an updated, more toxic version of the ancient lost-wax casting process to envision present-day, human-made materials becoming geologic forms of accumulated buildup. A master at recycling all sorts of materials, Budd has presented us a world rooted in present-day reality but that also peers into the future.