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Student exhibitions spread across the city

A wide breadth of PNCA students are exhibiting on campus, and throughout the city of Portland. The following is a selection of exhibitions that showcase the talent and dedication of the PNCA student body.

General Fine Arts major Rachel Ferber ’12 presents What Does The Wind Feel Like in the BFA Gallery.

The Global Studies office presents the work of seven PNCA students in International Week.

MFA in Visual Studies candidate Kei Horiuchi MFA ’12 presents STATIC in the MFA Central Gallery, with sound by Stefan Ransom and Wilson Vediner.

The MFA in Visual Studies first year candidates present a group show, Happy Hour at Allied Works.

The Intermedia Club at PNCA presents a group show called Printed by PNCA.

Don’t miss a special benefit exhibition of work by Justin Kenney ‘12 in the Wieden+Kennedy Lobby on NW 13th Avenue, either. Proceeds from the sale of his artwork go to St. Mary’s Home for Boys and p:ear.

Painting Professor Modou Dieng curated an exhibition of student work at the Painting is Dead Gallery in a show called iPainting. Artist include Mary Brossman, Kevin Champoux, and Devon Maldonado.

Posted on 11/04 at 04:40 PM

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