Student Legacy Work
The OCLC has invited professors in all programs to design assignments that would focus students' research and making on the architecture, flora, and artistic legacies of CCA's historic Oakland campus.
Projects have been informed by archival research in the CCA Libraries and oral histories, and have ranged from making handmade papers from plant materials gathered in the gardens to printing textiles from botanical renderings drawn from source material on campus.
Students who are located primarily on both the Oakland and San Francisco campus have responded with enthusiasm and have produced stellar work.
Some of the projects that have emerged are from the following courses:
- Experimental Animation, Animation Program, taught by Kyungwon Song
- Phenomenology of Digital Perception, Animation Program, taught by Jason Anderson
- Push/Pull, Ceramics Program, taught by Kari Marboe
- Person to Person/People to People, Community Arts Program, taught by Susanne Cockrell
- Immersive Experience Design, Interaction Design Program, taught by Graham Plumb
- Jewelry and Metal Arts 3A, Jewelry Metal Arts Program, taught by Curtis Hidemasa Arima
- Forming the Narrative, Jewelry Metal Arts Program, taught by Marilyn Da Silva
- Papermaking and the Print, Printmedia Program, taught by Jaime Knight
- Intro to Letterpress, Printmedia Program and Graphic Design Program, taught by Emily McVarish
- Flower Power, Textiles Program, taught by Katharine Karnaky
- Legacy Starts Here: Oakland Campus, Upper Division Interdisciplinary Studio, taught by Victoria Wagner
This video is an installation designed by Jasmine Sun in Graham Plumb's Immersive Experience Design class in the fall of 2021. The work, which exquisitely captures the history of the campus, was produced after extensive archival research and an interview of OCLC co-chair Deborah Valoma.
This work will be exhibited on the Oakland Campus during The Last Wednesday Night, when we will be hosting a series of receptions for:
Dennis Leon and the Art of Instruction (curated by Christopher Johnson);
A Garden Campus: Part II (curated by Annemarie Harr);
Student Legacy Work Exhibition (curated by Deborah Valoma)
Oakland Campus Rephotography Project (project by Christopher Johnson);
Zarouhie Abdalian's (MFA Fine Arts 2010) Chanson du ricochet in Resonance of Place (Curatorial Practice Class of 2022
The Last Wednesday Night
Wed April 27, 2022, 5:30-7:30 PM