The front page article discusses CCAC's campus exhibitions and exhibition program, in early 2002. It quotes Sugene Yang, Coordinator of Undergraduate Exhibitions, for a general overview, and then focuses in specifically on the Martinez Hall mural wall ending with a discussion of the work that was in that exhibition space at the time: a piece by undegraduate Jim Ricks.
Cover photo features an in process view of CCAC's 1976 Martinez Hall Mural, with three student muralists up on the swing stage: Diane Burke, Angela Berlinger, and Eliza Shelter. Cover verso includes additional information about the mural.
The front page article discusses political art at CCAC in early 2002, focusing on Jose Galindo's Ethnic Studies undergraduate course "Mexican Muralism" and the mural that the class created on the Martinez Hall mural wall. Several student muralists are quoted.
Students in the Martinez Hall painting studios at the California College of the Arts and Crafts, Oakland CA, 1997.
Students on staircase from Founders to Martinez Hall, Oakland campus, CCAC, 1980.
Student, Kenneth Romero, painting at easel in Martinez Hall. Oakland campus, CCAC, 1980.
Student at work in Martinez Hall, Oakland campus, CCAC, 1980.
1985 Martinez Hall mural in progress, working on the linework.
Martinez Hall showing The Califia Mural on the mural wall, completed over the summer of 2015 created by students Laila Guadalupe Espinoza Faik, Jacqueline Krase, Steven James Mayorga, Martina Miguens Casado, Ángel Jesús Perez working with CCA Faculty Eduardo Pineda. A corner of the Photograpy building, Martinez Annex, can be seen at photo left and the stairs down to Meyer Library are shown at photo right. Oakland campus, CCA, 2021.
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.