Program for the 63rd Annual CCAC Commencement, May 16, 1970, Broadway at College Avenue
Oakland, California. Also includes students whose degrees were conferred December 19, 1969.
CCAC News, student publication, Number 3 Septmber 3, 1970
Images of the Dedication of the Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramics Center on the California College of the Arts' Oakland Campus on Febuary 21,1973.
CCAC Commencement, May 17 1969, on the lawn between Treadwell Mansion (Macky Hall) and Founders Hall, Oakland, California.
CCAC 1984 Ceramics alumnus Juan Aguilar interviewed by CCA alumna and Oakland Campus Legacy Committee member Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo on CCA's Oakland campus in the Carriage House at the alumni event 2019 Homecoming.
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.
Rod Lorimer talks about his eleven year tenure, 1983-1994, as a member of the Board of Trustees at CCAC. He discusses the financial difficulties in the early 80s, active trustees, the transition from President Harry Ford to President Neil Hoffman, the search for a site for the San Francisco campus, and the purchase of Cogswell College's architecture program for $1.
Sue Ciriclio talks about her many years of involvement with CCAC: as a student in the early 70s, returning to teach in 1977, her time as Vice President of Academic Affairs and as Chair of the Photography Program. She discusses changes at CCAC and CCA, including: changes in the campus, student body, faculty and in particular the Photography Program through the 70s, the WASC accreditation crisis and the transitions that happened under Neil Hoffman to get CCAC off probation, buying the Greyhound building and the move to San Francisco. She considers the current state of CCA, in 2014, and reveals how she would like to be remembered.