In fall of 2011 Eduardo Pineda's ENGAGE: Mural Arts class created murals for the Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB), for the newly constructed storage and distribution facility. Student majors included graphic design, illustration, textiles, printmaking, writing & literature, individualized program, photography, sculpture, and painting/drawing. The collaborative design and painting process produced wood mural panels for the food sorting area, and a larger mural on canvas at the entrance to the facility. Students met with Food Bank staff to learn about the organization’s mission and observe the facility’s environment. The students also benefited from the architectural design of the warehouse produced by a previous CCA class — an Interior Design course taught by Amy Campos — in order to identify the best placement of the murals within the facility.
In the panels, the students wanted to represent the transformation of food from packaged resource at the food bank to when it emerges at homes as bright …
Students playing tennis in Inez Feliz's class, California School of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, September, 1930.
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.
Students working on the campus grounds for Garden Clean-up Day, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, April 8, 1943.
Timeline of dates of important events in the history of diversity at CCA/C created for the 2018 Diversity Studies Faculty Exhibition, by CCA Faculty Edduardo Pineda
Writer and educator Juvenal Acosta talks about experiences from his twenty years of teaching at CCA/C, including his start at CCAC in 1989 when Michael McClure recruited him for the school 's nascent MFA Writing program and the Writing program at CCA in 2019. He expresses his longstanding dream that CCA stay in Oakland and contrasts the Design and Architecture focused culture of the school in SF with the "diversity, nature, intellectual and spiritual" focused "Bohemian" culture of the school in Oakland.
A gathering of people on the mezzanine of the Meyer Library not long after it was completed, in September 1968
Publication featuring a selection of short articles relating to the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1968
Cassidy Enoch next to his steel and wood sculpture inside the Barclay Simpson Sculpture Studio, on CCAC's Oakland campus, 1995