Graduation photos of James Caccavo (ILLU 1972) with examples of his work.
Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Society of Art Center Alumni on September 13, 1975. Guests talking outside and viewing artwork inside. Frame 12: Gary Blockley (PHOT 1965). Frame 17: Y. Alan (PROD 1952) and Bubbles Shimasaki with Jo-Ann Shimizu Galvan (ADVT 1968) (middle). Frame 19: Paul Kim (ADVT 1952) talking with Harry Carmean (FAPT 1951). Frames 22-36: Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968) and his Best in Transportation winning design, the Bricklin (a car with gull-wing doors).
Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Society of Art Center Alumni on September 13, 1975. Frames 4-12: Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968) and his Best in Transportation winning design, the Bricklin (a car with gull-wing doors). David Jarvis (ILLU 1971) (frame 18); James Stitt (ADVT 1957) talking with Anne Williams Stitt (ADVT 1957) and Jerome Vloeberghs (ADVT 1947) (frame 29); Illustration Chair Richard L. Huebner (ILLU 1965) (frame 31).
Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Society of Art Center Alumni on September 13, 1975. Guests in the auditorium and on stage. Frames 1-6: David Jarvis (ILLU 1971). Frames 7-12: past President Rendel Wicks (ILLU 1937) and Joe Henninger. Frames 13-18: James B. Wood (PHOT 1968). Frames 19-20: Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968).
Helicopter Assignment. Joseph Farrer and students looking at the finished model of a helicopter.
Ted Youngkin's night perspective class. Mr. Youngkin is teaching and drawing on the chalkboard.
Philip Vincent Garner (PROD) working in class.
Photography instructor Arthur G. Wood setting up his camera on the campus lawn.
Students on the stairs on the side of the 3rd Street building.
Paul Hauge gives a crit on student work on the table.
Co Rentmeester and his father talking with C. K. Eaton outside.
A merchandising design crit being held in the auditorium for upper division Industrial Design.
Students on a photo shoot at Alabama Hills, Lone Pine.
Students at work on full scale airbrush drawings of cars. Strother MacMinn supervising.
Ford: Project Argonaut. Unidentified Ford representatives giving Project Argonaut assignment to George Jergenson's class.