Four people walking up the Blue Gum Eucalyptus lined road, from Broadway toward Macky Hall / Treadwell Mansion, 1926
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 reading from Jean Kennedy's 1992 book "New Currents Ancient Rivers: Contemporary African Artists in a Generation of Change" given by daughter Mimi Woolford and an exhibit of Kennedy's work in the Isabelle Percy West Gallery, on CCAC's Oakland Campus, January 20, 1993.
Viola Frey with trustees Tecoah Bruce and Janice Boyce and, recipient of the 2003 Viola Frey Visiting Artist Award, John Bankston at the celebration of the unveiling of plaque commemorating the Viola Frey Chair in Fine Arts, hung in the Macky Hall (Treadwell Mansion)
View of the Oakland campus up from Broadway looking toward Macky Hall and Founders (sometime after 1968 when Founders was completed).
Macky Hall and Founders with lawn in foreground
Chris Johnson talks about his work at CCAC, which began in 1977. He discusses the disarray of CCAC in the late 70s and the many changes spearheaded by President Neil Hoffman and members of the Board of Trustees. He talks about becoming Chair of the Photo Department in 1981 and his work to get the faculty to support change at CCAC the early 80s. He discusses creating the Faculty Senate and his many projects as its first President: revising faculty governance, writing the Faculty Handbook and implementing much needed procedures for assessing and evaluating the faculty. Chris touches on the state of CCAC in 2014, the balance between the Fine Arts and the Professional Arts and the challenges and opportunities that consolidating CCAC, at one, location might bring.