An ethnic event, including CCAC President Ford, in the CCAC cafeteria on the Oakland Campus.
A multi-media art exhibit of work by native American students at the California College of Arts and Crafts, in the Isabell Percy West Gallery, on the Oakland Campus, February 25 - March 15 1978.
Announcement mailer for the Immigration & Cultural Identity conference, a week long series of events and discussions around becoming an American in the 90s, at multiple venues with events at Nahl Hall and Oliver Art Center on CCAC's Oakland Campus, November 6-12, 1994.
CCAC President Harry Ford and Trustee Chairman Bruno Stolley, at the dedication for the newly built Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramic Arts Center building in 1973. They hold a work by ceramic faculty member Art Nelson. A work by ceramic faculty member Viola Frey rests on the table.
CCAC Ceramics faculty, and alumnus, Art Nelson at work in the newly built Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramic Arts Center building in 1973.
Noni Eccles, Viola Frey and Jacomena Maybeck at the Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramics Art Center dedication in 1973
CCAC faculty Viola Frey and Art Nelson, and CCAC President Harry X. Ford, with the one ton pot made by Frey, Nelson and students of one ton of clay donated by Joyce and Paul Quyle and adorned with clay "kiln gods" made prior to the groundbreaking by various Bay Area potters and distinguished guests, at the 1973 groundbreaking for the Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramics Art Center.
Four views of the Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramic Arts Center in the summer of 1975
Three views of the Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramic Arts Center, showing the building close to completion, in 1973
Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramics Center in 1976