Flyer for The CCA Students of Color Coalition, 2014
Announcement for Race Matters: Student-Led Discussion on the Real in A2 Cafe on the CCA Oakland Campus, 2014.
Covid-19 pandemic communications from the CCA Human Resources Office, January 31 2020-2021
Flyer for "Border/Fracture: Culture Change and Resistance under the Narcotraffic Regime, Exploring the effects of narcotraffic violence on immigration, the boder, community, identity, and culture" a Diversity Studies Symposium with presentations in Nahl Hall, Oliver Art Center and Macky Hall, on the CCA Oakland Campus, March 11, 2016.
Covid-19 pandemic communications from the CCA President's Office, 2020-2021
Flo Allen, artists' model and later Model Coordinator and teacher of the Model Certification Workshop at CCAC, with Glenn Wessels and John Doane, CCAC Faculty, at the 1967 CCAC Founders Day.
Academic Procession in front of Martinez Hall, Oakland California, Commencement 1970.
CCAC Commencement 1970, Martin Streich and Dean Snyder in front of Martinez Hall
In honor of the college’s 75th anniversary, CCAC commissioned master carver Georganna Malloff to create and direct the execution of a 33-foot tall carving. The totem pole includes imagery of the college’s history, including bas-relief portraits of the college founders, elements of the college seal, and other vignettes in the college’s history. Malloff directed a group of CCAC students in the four-month project of creating the Celebration Pole. The pole was raised and installed at its current site on campus (as of 2021) in October 1982 at a CCAC open house event, as shown in these photos.
Announcement of commemorative woodcarving project, coordinated by carver Georganna Malloff, to celebrate CCA's 75th anniversary. The project resulted in permanent totem pole sculpture on campus. Includes information on summer session, extension classes, and International Sculpture Conference workshop, all offering a chance to collaborate on the woodcarving. Announcement is preceded by memo from Extension office inviting staff to attend the delivery of a redwood tree for the project.