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Nicole Aponte exhibition documentation, 2016

Works by Masters of Fine Arts Candidate Nicole Aponte,were displayed along the concrete wall in the Simpson Library; shedding light on the role that research has in the life of an artist.

Creator(s): Novillo, Hannah; Nicole Aponte
CCA/C subject: Works and shows
Status: Live|Last updated:January 25, 2022 5:12 AM
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WEATHERLORE BY ELIZABETH RUSSELL exhibition documentation, 2015

Weatherlore is a process of divination and exchange between human culture and environment, through which we attempt to predict the weather, and to decipher meaning from it in turn. Abstraction is another means of reciprocal exchange through which signs, symbols and materials conjure meaning and metaphor. My work captures the sightlines, spatial relationships, and color conjunctions where the land meets the sea. Through paper, cotton, and paint, I translate experiences of atmosphere and seascape into their most essential, distilled expression, creating formal objects that are embedded with fragments and traces of memory, as if sunwashed by time.

Creator(s): Russell, Elizabeth; Erickson, Hannah Novillo
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Watercolor by George Post

Creator(s): Post, George
Status: Live|Last updated:January 20, 2022 1:42 AM
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Martinez Hall Mural, 1985

1985 Martinez Hall mural in progress, working on the linework.

Creator(s): Gelbaum, Carla
CCA/C subject: Campus views of buildings and architecture
Person(s) depicted: Montoya, Malaquias, 1938-
Status: Live|Last updated:July 20, 2021 7:14 AM
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Califia Mural on the Martinez Hall mural wall, 2015

The Califia Mural on the Martinez Hall mural wall, was completed over the summer of 2015 created by student muralists Laila Guadalupe Espinoza Faik, Jacqueline Krase, Steven James Mayorga, Martina Miguens Casado, Ángel Jesús Perez working with CCA Faculty Eduardo Pineda. The team of six students combined the Virgin of Guadalupe with the legendary goddess Califia – source for the name “California” – to create a goddess of creativity, justice, and nature.

Creator(s): Pineda, Eduardo
Person(s) depicted: Pineda, Eduardo, Faik, Laila Guadalupe E...
Status: Live|Last updated:June 16, 2021 10:40 AM
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Walking Stick mural, 2014

Walking Stick mural on Martinez Hall, 2014. The Walking Stick mural was created in 2003 by Greg Dalton and Jonah Olson and was up on the CCA Oakland campus until 2015.

Creator(s): Dalton, Greg; Olson, Jonah; Pineda, Eduardo
CCA/C subject: Campus views of buildings and architecture
Person(s) depicted: Dalton, Greg, Olson, Jonah
Status: Live|Last updated:February 23, 2021 10:14 AM
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Painting by Philip Mason

Painting by CCAC MFA student Philip Mason, published in the 1971-73 Catalog

Creator(s): Mason, Phillip Lindsay
CCA/C subject: Portraits, class photos
Person(s) depicted: Mason, Phillip Lindsay
Status: Live|Last updated:February 10, 2021 1:00 PM
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"Hiawatha" mural by C.S.A.C student Lucy V. Pierce, 1912

Mural by California School of Arts and Crafts student Lucy V. Pierce for Emerson School, Berkeley, California, 1912

Creator(s): Pierce, Lucy Valentine
CCA/C subject: Work by students
Person(s) depicted: Pierce, Lucy Valentine
Status: Live|Last updated:September 30, 2020 10:52 AM
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Martinez Hall Mural, Bosch inspired mural

Three views of the Bosch inspired Martinez Hall mural, which was completed in 1973 and lasted til 1975, in the rain.

CCA/C subject: Campus views of buildings and architecture
Status: Live|Last updated:August 12, 2020 7:39 AM
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Esparto, CA murals created by students of Eduardo Pineda's ENGAGE:Mural Arts class, Fall 2015

In fall of 2015 Eduardo Pineda's ENGAGE: Mural Arts class created seven murals for the intersection of Highway 16 and Woodland Ave in Esparto, CA., in a collaboration between: the town of Esparto, Capay Valley organizations, and the class, as part of a larger effort to rejuvenate Esparto by harnessing student creativity. The mural panels were painted on California College of the Arts’ Oakland campus, in consultation with Esparto community and tribal members. The class exchanged ideas with members of New Season Community Development Corp. and Yoche Dehe Wintun Academy to design the seven murals. In the mural panels, students addressed themes of the land and histories of Esparto and the Capay Valley, indigenous presence, and rebirth and growth cycles. Plants, seeds, animals, insects, and people engaged in traditional activities as well as working the land reflect the vitality of life in the region. Valley produce represents the rebirth of the region through the organic farming industry that supplies the g…

Creator(s): Pineda, Eduardo
CCA/C subject: Faculty and students at work
Person(s) depicted: Pineda, Eduardo, Barragan, Oscar, Chan, ...
Status: Live|Last updated:April 23, 2020 8:50 AM
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