I have found two 1969 articles related to Community and (some say "in") Musical Efforts (COME), a two week series of seminars and workshops in "now" music to be held at Mills College, Oakland, CA, in June of 1969. Teachers were set to include Jerry Garcia, John Handy, Mickey Hart, Roland Kirk, the Tape Music Center, Big Black and Mike Bloomfield. Bill Freeman, said to be an old hand from Carousel Ballroom during its ownership by the JA, the GD and QMS. The other two founders and directors of COME were Leonard Sheftman (half-owner of the Both/And jazz club) and Clancy Carlile, a musician, songwriter and record producer (1). A later article (2) also lists Elvin Bishop, Harvey Mandel, and Phil Lesh as possible teachers.
Dates were initially listed as June 16-27, 1969 (1), though the later article gives a starting date of June 8 (2).
It looks to me like the program never materialized, as I can find no further mention of it (there is an Oakland Trib article in March that basically reproduces #1, below).
There are also some interesting details in the articles about plans to form a San Francisco College of Contemporary Music that might interest those readers specializing in Bay Area music stuff more generally.
(1) "Modern Music Project is Planned in Oakland," Hayward Daily Review, February 25, 1969, p. 22.
(2) "SF Community Group Backs Pop Seminars," Billboard, April 19, 1969, p. 82. Available through Google Books.