Interior view of Meyer Library looking out over CCAC's Oakland campus toward Broadway, 1973
CCAC student at work in the Meyer Library, 1960s
In the Fall semester of 2016, CCA Faculty Kari Marboe and Capp Street Project Archive Curator Jennine Scarboro teamed up for the Upper Division Interdisciplinary Studio (UDIST) course Activate Archive: Capp Street Project. During the class students were introduced to the CSP Archive, researched the process, intention,and realization of projects sponsored by CSP and used their research to inspire their own new collaborative and individual site-specific works. The course culminated in a campus exhibition In CCA's Oliver Art Center.
People studying in the Meyer Library with a view looking out over the Oakland Campus toward Broadway, 1994, Oakland California.
Rendering of the interior of Meyer Library by student James Haws created in memory of Professor Eric Stearne
Douglas Sandberg talks about CCAC in the 1970s. He recounts memories of film faculty Vilem Kriz, the Meyer Library as a sanctuary and resource, the vibrant, heady, intellectual character of CCAC in the 70s, and tells an anecdote about Hugh Wiley's drawing class at the zoo. He discusses the impact that his time at CCAC had on his life after college.
Publication featuring a selection of short articles relating to the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1968
A gathering of people on the mezzanine of the Meyer Library not long after it was completed, in September 1968
Two people chatting in the Meyer Library, near the stairs to the mezzanine, circa 1976. Beyond the readers is a poster exhibit, featuring a poster for the 1976 Montreal Olympics, and the large window at the rear of the library which overlooks trees in the campus landscape.
Patron checking out books in the Meyer Library, near the large window through which the lower level of Macky Hall can be seen, circa 1970s.