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.
2009 inventory of the trees on the California College of the Arts Oakland campus
Video, still images combined with narration by librarian Michael Lordi, detailing the facilities and resources of CCA's Simpson Library, San Francisco 2008.
Service dates for Diversity Studies Program Chairs and Ethnic Art Studies from 1970-2018, with photographs.
Article about the Ninety-third CCAC commencement, on May 13, 2000, at which honorary doctorates were conferred on: ceramic sculptor and longtime CCAC faculty, Viola Frey and philanthropist and CCAC donor, Phyllis Wattis, with a commencement address delivered by director of the Whitney Museum, Maxwell Anderson
Honorary doctorate recipients Viola Frey (bottom left) and Phyllis Wattis (bottom middle) with Maxwell Anderson (top left), trustee Judith P. Timkin (top middle), President Michael Roth (top right) and Provost Stephen Beal (bottom right) dressed for the CCAC commencement, May 13 2000
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)
Slideshow of student work of gradiating class from the 2009 California College of the Arts Commencement.
California College of the Arts Commencement, 2008.
Three web pages relating to the CCA Libraries instruction program and its history. Archived from the website on March 20th, 2017, though the pages were created and last updated much earlier.