This is the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts website that was hosted at wattis.cca.org containined exhibition information from when Wattis opened in 1998 up until the site was redesigned in 2014. The website is packaged as a single zip archive—in order to browse it, download the zip archive, unzip it into a folder hierarchy, and open the index.html file in the root of the folders in a web browser. The majority of the site is a list of exhibitions with a description and photographs.
An email from the CCA President's Office announcing two major changes to academic programs at the college. The Master’s in Curatorial Practice program at the college is paused, with no new student admissions but students currently in the program will finish their degress. The Glass undergraduate major will no longer be offered.
A PDF version of Studio Gang's web page devoted to the CCA campus redesign of the 2020s. Describes the project, shows early design models and drawings, and related projects.
"Studio Gang’s design for CCA’s new unified campus unlocks the potential of art and design education in the twenty-first century. The architecture connects disciplines in new ways through a vibrant indoor-outdoor environment, offering a highly sustainable model for the future of creative practices."
CCAC Hist. Interviews with Babs Meyer, June 25, 1984 and July 2, 1984 by Harry X. Ford. Transcribed by Helen Frierson in 2018. Reflects 3-4 hours of conversation that took place at Bab’s home in Piedmont Gardens, Oakland, California. Covers many topics from Babs' childhood, college founding, early faculty and college history from first 75 years from founding.
Studio 7, center, with the Cafeteria to the right and a corner of the lounge area of the Dormitories to the left, CCAC Oakland, 1969
1950 campus map and building directory.
Photograph of arch and wall at Broadway entrance to campus.
Images of the Dedication of the Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramics Center on the California College of the Arts' Oakland Campus on Febuary 21,1973.