Publication featuring a selection of short articles relating to the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1968
Service dates for Diversity Studies Program Chairs and Ethnic Art Studies from 1970-2018, with photographs.
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
Architects' preliminary model of the campus from CCAC Bulletin, 1965
A description of the goals and academic courses of the Black Studies Institute, from the 1971 issue of CCAC
Art in Education: A Curriculum Planning Guide is the first publication of the California College of the Arts (CCA) Teaching Institute. It is produced by CCA’s Center for Art and Public Life.
The guide provides sample curricula and case studies grown from partnerships with Bay Area schools, artists, and educators. The curricula are aligned with California visual-arts standards and respond to the wake-up call provided by the 2007 research report An Unfinished Canvas by SRI International, which revealed numerous arts-learning inequities and shortfalls in state schools. Our guide addresses the pressing need for professional development resources. We are pleased to make it widely available to educators and artists who are working to advance engaging, socially and culturally relevant arts-learning experiences for all students.
Funding from the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation to foster and disseminate an understanding of successful curricular approaches made possible the development of the curricula includ…
Three web pages relating to the CCA Libraries instruction program and its history. Archived from the website on March 20th, 2017, though the pages were created and last updated much earlier.
Promotional bulletin for the ceramics conference, Interaction, organized by Edith Heath at California College of the Arts and Crafts in the summer of 1956.