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.
Announcement flyer for an open-mike reading at the Amici Cafe on CCAC's Oakland Campus.
Announcement flyer for a forum focused on the proposal to change CCAC's name, hosted by professor Barry Katz and student Patrick Barnes, in Nahl Hall on the Oakland Campus.
Mailer for the Fall 1969 program of Saturday Classes for Young People at CCAC.
Mailer for the Fall 1968 program of Saturday Classes for Young People at CCAC.
Poster for an exhibit presenting the work of MFA graduate students: Lobdell, Palmer, Rogers, Sumner, Stanley, Tamura, Wong and Yamamoto in the C.C.A.C Gallery at 5283 Broadway near CCAC's Oakland Campus, from December 8-19, 1969.
Poster for an exhibit presenting the work of graduating sculpture, graphics and painting students: Ertas, Pecchenino, Rogers, Brigham, Meyers, Allen, Sharkey and Schaubert in the C.C.A.C Gallery at 5283 Broadway near CCAC's Oakland Campus, from July 14-25, 1969.
On November 2nd, CCA celebrates the Day of the Dead. A tradition originally practiced in Mexico, Day of the Dead is now recognized widely as an important holiday in the U.S. as well. In California especially, this ritual has become a bridge that brings together members of diverse communities in order to remember and honor our loved ones who have passed away.
This exhibition is hosted by Professor Melinda De Jesús in collaboration with the CCA Libraries’ Exhibition Program and facilitated by Laila Espinoza (Community Arts). The community altar on view is by the Monster Culture Class students.