On April 2nd of 2020, CCA Libraries & Art Practical hosted California College of the Arts' 6th annual Art+Feminism Wikipedia edit-a-thon aimed at addressing the gender imbalance and skewed coverage of Wikipedia. Library staff and visitors spent the day writing articles on female artists and topics relating to women, feminism, and art. Due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic, CCA campuses were closed, but the edit-a-thon was successfully moved online using Zoom videoconferencing software.
The results of the edit-a-thon were: 3 articles created, 17 articles edited, 138 total edits, 27 editors, 8.14k words added, 83 references added, and 6.08k article views.
An ethnic event, including CCAC President Ford, in the CCAC cafeteria on the Oakland Campus.
Publication featuring a selection of short articles relating to the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1968
UIC Humanities Conference at CCAC, March 1969
Announcement mailer for the 4th annual Career Day, with Bay Area panelists discussing starting and maintaining a fine arts career, at Nahl Hall on CCAC's Oakland Campus, April 10, 1993.
Announcement flyer for the 1993 spring public lecture series with presentations and panels featuring: Robbie Conal, William Leddy, Charly Wittock, Susan Griffin, Sam Keen, Peter Kuper, Lydia Matthews and Robert Storr, in Nahl Hall on CCAC's Oakland Campus, January-March, 1993.
Announcement flyer for a lecture by Sarah Handler, Curator of the Museum of Classical Chinese Furniture, titled A Ming Meditating Chair in Bauhaus Light, in room 4 of the B Building on CCAC's Oakland Campus, December 1, 1993.