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.
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)
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
Service dates for Diversity Studies Program Chairs and Ethnic Art Studies from 1970-2018, with photographs.
Poster maker and political artist Doug Minkler talks about his experience creating the collaborative large scale "U.S. Out of Central America" sculpture in the Emeryville Mudflats and his feelings about its subsequent demolition a day later. He discusses making and exhibiting political art, selling work on Telegraph Avenue and being left with the lesson of the Mudflats experience that, there, "a small group of people could have a big effect, that the number of people that saw that sculpture, even on one day, was profound"
2009 inventory of the trees on the California College of the Arts Oakland campus
Tsutomu Hiroi sculpture in front of the Residence Hall on CCAC's Oakland campus.