Image of students on benches in front of the dorms from CCAC Bulletin, 1965
Architects' preliminary model of proposed redelopment on the California College of the Arts and Crafts, Oakland campus, based on CCAC's Master Plan, an excerpt from the CCAC Bulletin, 1965.
Portfolio of keepsakes from the CCAC summer study abroad program at Casa El Molino, 1968, compiled by Arlene Streich. Materials include photographs and drawings created by Arlene: of Casa El Molino, the residence where CCAC faculty and students stayed; of the village and people of Erongarícuaro; and of the nearby town of Pátzcuaro, in the sate of Michoacán located in Western Mexico. The 1968 study abroad program was lead by CCAC faculty Marty Streich and Ron Dahl, it continued for several additional summers through the early 1970s.
View looking toward Clifton Street, walkway behind Studio 4 (B Building / Crafts Building) and Studio 5 (Woodworking Shop / Facilities Building). CCAC Oakland campus, 1965.
Studio 7, center, with the Cafeteria to the right and a corner of the lounge area of the Dormitories to the left, CCAC Oakland, 1969
Tecoah Bruce talks about her many years of involvement with CCAC: her time as a student from the late 60s through the 70s, organizing the first alumni activities and eventually becoming President of the Alumni Association, being recommended for regular Board Membership and becoming a trustee in 1981, her six year tenure as Board Chair from 1992-1998, and founding and running the CCAC Patron Group, Group One.
Announcement for an art show coordinated by Shara(Sarah) Fabio featuring works by: Phil Mason, Claude Clark Sr., Claude Clark Jr., Cleveland Bellow, Ronald Hammer, Courtney Bowie, and La Vern Bowie, with a slide presentation by E.J. Montgomery
Flo Allen, artists' model and later Model Coordinator and teacher of the Model Certification Workshop at CCAC, with Glenn Wessels and John Doane, CCAC Faculty, at the 1967 CCAC Founders Day.
unidentified people at an exhibition
CCAC student at work in the Meyer Library, 1960s