Bruce Guenther interviews PNCA Alumnus Lee Kelly ’59 for the 2009 Homecoming Address.
The Departmental and Thesis Exhibition Awards were presented at the 2010 Commencement Ceremony on May 23. Eleven students received a total of fourteen awards.
The 2010 PNCA Thesis Exhibition, featuring the work of BFA and MFA graduates, is currently on view at Swigert Commons at PNCA Main Campus Building, Cornelia and William T.C. Stevens Studios, and the Goldsmith Building.
70 works of art were chosen from nearly 300 entries in a juried exhibition of Illustration students. This visionary work is on view through May 30 at Department Chair Martin French’s studio.
Integration of Museum of Contemporary Craft with PNCA featured in Wall Street Journal article Hit by the Downturn, Museums Seek Bailouts.
71 undergraduate and 15 graduate students will receive their degrees at the 2010 Commencement Ceremony. The College will award honorary degrees to Sally C. Lawrence, PNCA President Emerita, and Thelma Johnson Streat, internationally recognized visual and performance artist.
Pacific Northwest College of Art will honor the life and work of Thelma Johnson Streat be awarding her a Doctor of Art Honoris Causa degree at the 2010 Commencement Ceremony. The honorary degree will be presented to her family.
Gestures of Resistance Visiting Artist Cat Mazza will be working and performing at Museum of Contemporary Craft today, Friday, May 21, from 11 am to 2 pm.
Sally C. Lawrence, PNCA President Emerita, will be presented a Doctor of Art Honoris Causa Degree at the 2010 Commencement Ceremony on May 23. The award honors her longstanding commitment to arts education and her close relationship to the College’s development.
PNCA’s 8th annual gala “Constellation of Creativity” raised $385,000, far surpassing the College’s anticipated goal of $300,000.
Oregon Painting Society, a Portland-based art collective, installs interactive musical sculptures this weekend in Tate Modern’s No Soul for Sale: A Festival of Independents.
PNCA President Tom Manley is one of six Oregon delegates selected to travel to Chicago this July for the Education Leaders Institute (ELI), a symposium convened by the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Gallery at Museum of Contemporary Craft announces their Spring Art and Craft Book Sale May 4-29. Save up to 40% on books, DVDs, catalogs and more! Drop in Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am-6 pm.
Student’s in Seth Nehil’s Intermediate Sound class present Hubbub, a one-night showcase of their audio-works. The show takes place May 7, 7-9 pm in Swigert Commons and is free and open to the public.
Students in Mary Preis’ Art and Design in Contemporary Society class are organizing a benefit exhibition for Sisters of the Road on First Thursday, May 6.
Writer, critic and PNCA faculty member Chas Bowie penned an essay for Untitled to accompany Michael Mandiberg’s exhibition The Great Recession, on view in PNCA’s Feldman Gallery.
In gratitude toward community members committed to service and in recognition of AmeriCorps week (May 8-15), PNCA’s Continuing Education Program is offering a tuition discount for its summer schedule of classes, Summer of Making.
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