CCAC students, Nina and Amy, on the stairs of Martinez Annex, 1977
This project includes seven interviews of seven women of color, who are artists studying or teaching at CCA in 2018. It also includes an illustrated information card with a quote and a portrait for each of the women, an audio file about the project and a webpage. These were created during the fall semester of 2018 by Ashley Cruz. This project was for Legacy Starts Here: Oakland Campus, taught by Victoria Wagner.
CCAC News, student publication, Number 3 Septmber 3, 1970
Rumors, student publication, Volume 1 Number 2 December 12, 1988 : The official, unofficial, and irregular newsletter of the San Francisco Campus of the California College of Arts and Crafts
Letter of Solidarity Regarding Current Events, December 11, 2014, written by the Students of Color Coalition, and signed by students, faculty, staff and alumni from across the college. The letter seeks to: expand the official college response to racialized violence and the subsequent protests of 2014; to promote a deeper understanding of "racism in our society" by viewing "these events through a lense of power and oppression", to take a stand in solidarity with all affected and "those working to undo all forms of systemic and structural violence", and to "push the college further...to help create progress that embodies the needs of those most marginalized here" by outlining specific goals relating to Campus Climate, Curriculum and Enrollment that would "lay a foundation for and bring to light the need for greater support systems for students across all marginalized identities at CCA".
Flyer for the Fog City Forum, co-hosted by the AIAS (American Institute of Architecture Students) chapters at the California College of Arts and Crafts and the University of California Berkeley, at the Hallidie Building in San Francisco, November 20-25, 1990.
Mural by California School of Arts and Crafts student Lucy V. Pierce for Emerson School, Berkeley, California, 1912
Highlights, CSAC student publication, approximate date between 1912 and 1922 (determined by school adress)
D'Art CCAC, student publication, vol.II November, 1939
A metal chalice made by CCAC student William Clark in 1976.