Excerpt from California College of Arts and Crafts Review, Vol.79 No.4 Nov/Dec 1985, focusing on CCAC alumna Kay Sekimachi
Portfolio of keepsakes from the CCAC summer study abroad program at Casa El Molino, 1968, compiled by Arlene Streich. Materials include photographs and drawings created by Arlene: of Casa El Molino, the residence where CCAC faculty and students stayed; of the village and people of Erongarícuaro; and of the nearby town of Pátzcuaro, in the sate of Michoacán located in Western Mexico. The 1968 study abroad program was lead by CCAC faculty Marty Streich and Ron Dahl, it continued for several additional summers through the early 1970s.
Chain link fence installation on the Oakland campus, observed by Frederick Meyer. Circa 1936
Excerpt from California College of Arts and Crafts Bulletin, Vol.LXIII No.3 March 1970
Tecoah Bruce talks about her many years of involvement with CCAC: her time as a student from the late 60s through the 70s, organizing the first alumni activities and eventually becoming President of the Alumni Association, being recommended for regular Board Membership and becoming a trustee in 1981, her six year tenure as Board Chair from 1992-1998, and founding and running the CCAC Patron Group, Group One.
unidentified people at an exhibition
Proposal made by Michael Wright to the Academic Council of courses to be taught in CCAC's Black Studies Institute, August 31, 1970.
Barefoot Players (l to r) Bob Gumpertiz, Lowell Herrerra, Ray Coates (director) in Guild Hall, 1946
Shylah Pacheco Hamilton, CCA Critical Ethnic Studies Faculty and Chair 2020, facilitates a conversation between former Chairs: Melinda Luisa de Jesús, Opal Palmer Adisa, Sonia Manjon, November 25, 2020.