CCA Community Responding - Resources & Events
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The "CCA Community Responding - Resources and Events" is a listing that has been created in response to on-going post-election sentiments. To promote and amplify creative and arts-based activities (making, programming, events, etc.), feel free to add your event(s) occurring internally and externally with and for the CCA community. Add any needs in support of events here. This public document, available and open to CCA community, has been created by CCA's Center for Art + Public Life. We recognize the need for a common space where we can support and learn from each other, and work on issues together.
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Event NameBrief DescriptionEvent urlEvent Date / TimeEvent Address/Location (include google map link)Organization, Department, IndividualContact person Contact emailMaterial needs and/or assistance?
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Let's Do Something (working title)The Ceramics and Community Arts programs want to hold an event that helps strengthen our community and upholds and supports our shared values. Specifically, we want to host a huge communal meal as one part of a community-building event that also functions as a fund-raiser for charity organizations that many will need over the next years. Come together for a community meal and help raise funds for organizations we believe in. We'll have a big table set up on the Oakland campus for a community meal. You can come eat with us. If you donate $20 or more to a charity you can keep the bowl you eat out of. You can bring soup to help feed other students. You can talk to others in our community.

Mon. Dec 12, 2016, 3-5PM
Outside Mackey, Oakland campusCommunity Arts, CeramicsSusanne Cockrellscockrell@cca.eduDonations - food, charity
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Bureau of Open CultureAs we reflect on recent political changes and conditions of the present moment, it is important to recall that art has an extraordinary impact on our perspective of the world. During times of crisis, art is arguably at its best because it has the potential to mobilize us, both to critically reflect and to move us to action. At this link is information about ten books that direct our attention to ways in which art and artists have responded, across the ages, to social, political, and economic struggle.http://bureauforopenculture.org/project/this-too-will-have-been/N/AN/AFine ArtsJames Voorhees
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