The OCAC Library has closed. The WCCLS system is still open though!
Questions?  Contact Dan Kelley, former Director of Library Services.
OCAC Distributes Library Assets To Local Institutions
June 21, 2019
We are pleased to announce that Oregon College of Art and Craft (OCAC) has dispersed nearly 12,000 items from the campus library.  This includes books, special collections, publications, periodicals, and ephemera.  The OCAC library contained a specialized curated collection of books and periodicals about craft, photography, ceramics, painting and drawing, book arts, metals, wood, art history, and the creative process.  We were able to re-home more than 6,000 books to local libraries and arts-education organizations.  The more than 5,000 remaining books and periodicals will be utilized by The Friends of the Hillsboro Public Library for charitable purposes to benefit the Hillsboro Public Library.
Institutions accepting donations from the OCAC library include Banks Public LibraryFriends of the Banks Public LibraryBeaverton City LibraryCatlin Gabel SchoolClackamas Community CollegeCedar Mill LibraryCornelius Public LibraryForest Grove City LibraryGarden Home Community LibraryHillsboro Public Library BrookwoodThe Friends of the Hillsboro Public LibraryKing School Museum of Contemporary ArtMount Hood Community CollegePortland Art MuseumPortland Community CollegeAnalog Photo Collective: PDX DarkroomPacific Northwest College of ArtPortland State UniversityReed CollegeSt. Mary’s AcademyTigard Public LibraryFriends of the Tigard LibraryTuality Healthcare LibraryWarren Wilson CollegeWest Slope Community LibraryFriends of the West Slope LibraryYucca Valley Material Lab, and Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts.  
OCAC is pleased that the collections will be used to further arts education, in keeping with its 1907 origins as a community arts organization. 
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MISSION: Oregon College of Art and Craft is dedicated to Craft as the creative material practice at the core of art and design. OCAC's mentor-based learning community fosters self-reliant, entrepreneurial, globally conscious, critical and innovative makers.
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