Article about the Ninety-third CCAC commencement, on May 13, 2000, at which honorary doctorates were conferred on: ceramic sculptor and longtime CCAC faculty, Viola Frey and philanthropist and CCAC donor, Phyllis Wattis, with a commencement address delivered by director of the Whitney Museum, Maxwell Anderson
Ecologically-themed photography by San Francisco Art Institute MFA students. Exhibition held in conjunction with "Earth Alive!" a month-long arts festival celebrating the 20th anniversary of Earth Day.
Artwork by patients at Northeast Lodge, including a mural, video, room-sized board game, Mentopoly. Live version of game was played by artists on December 12, 1989.
Exhibition of film and video. Nationwide day of action and mourning to call attention to the AIDS crisis.
LED signs with words reflecting Filipino-American history, installed at 3 sites: Philippine Airlines Terminal (SF Int"l Airport), Filipinas Restaurant (953 Mission St.), Gran Oriente Filipino Hotel (106 South Park). Final performance of Flores de Mayo at CSP. File includes catalog.
Alternative news media network by Mexican, American, and Chicano artist group. Installation held at CSP and at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art.
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.