Noni Eccles, Viola Frey and Jacomena Maybeck at the Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramics Art Center dedication in 1973
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
Honorary doctorate recipients Viola Frey (bottom left) and Phyllis Wattis (bottom middle) with Maxwell Anderson (top left), trustee Judith P. Timkin (top middle), President Michael Roth (top right) and Provost Stephen Beal (bottom right) dressed for the CCAC commencement, May 13 2000
Tecoah Bruce and two unidentified people at the plaque commemorating the Studio Building in Berkeley, which was the original site of the California School of Arts and Crafts.
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.
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.
Trude Guermonprez, seated center, and Elah Hale Hays, at left in light colored glasses, with CCAC faculty in front of the student dorms, at the 1966 CCAC Commencement
Duke Ellington, who received an Honorary Doctorate at the 1966 CCAC Commencement , with CCAC faculty and graduating students
left to right: Perham Nahl, art instructor; Xavier Martinez, painting instructor; Dr. William S. Porter, art patron presented with honorary degree of master of fine arts and Frederick H. Meyer, director of the school (transcribed from Post-Enquirer newspaper clipping)