The MFA in Visual Studies program exhibits the work of its first year students this summer at Disjecta. 13 graduate students present Stray Fires, July 10-August 7, including an opening night reception from 6-10 pm.
Ai Weiwei: Dropping the Urn will open to the public on July 15 at Museum of Contemporary Craft. Join now to secure your spot at the Members’ Preview on July 14, and witness the first West Coast museum exhibition of the artist’s work.
Artforum critic Stephanie Snyder reviews Land Art: David Shaner, on view through August 7 at Museum of Contemporary Craft. The ceramics exhibition is framed in contemporary dialogue that draws “connections between his craft philosophy and the Earthworks movement.”
Now on view in the Feldman Gallery + Project Space, Monsters of Web Comics 2.0 showcases a wide variety of contemporary sequential narrative including comedy, autobiography, drama, history, science fiction and sociopolitical commentary.
Author and critic Roberta Brandes Gratz will read from and discuss her book The Battle for Gotham on June 23. PNCA Faculty and Writer-in-Residence Barry Sanders mediates the dicussion and a light reception follows. Presented by PNCA and Architecture Foundation of Oregon.
Collaborations & Dialogues: Selections from the Jordan D. Schnitzer Print Collection, curated by James Reid, Gemini G.E.L. Master Printer, will open Monday, June 21 in the Feldman Gallery.
PNCA Faculty Daniel Duford and David Eckard are named Hallie Ford Fellows by The Ford Family Foundation. A jury selected them for demonstrating excellence in their work and significant potential for future accomplishments.
PNCA congratulates Kurt Hollomon and Janice Packard ’92, recipients of the prestigious Art Educator Awards from the Oregon Art Education Association. They will be honored along with four other award recipients at the OAEA Conference in October.
Congratulations to Ben Ediger, Laura Hughes and Nashoba Temperly, recipients of the 2010 MFA Graduate Awards! The MFA in Visual Studies program presented the awards at the 2010 Commencement Ceremony. Their work is currently on view as part of the 2010 Thesis Exhibitions.
Following the close of the Spring 2010 semester, Summer Hours are now in effect at all PNCA buildings.
Masters of Fine Art in Visual Studies 2010 graduates are featured in the MFA Thesis Exhibition currently on view at the Goldsmith Building. Gallery hours are Thursday-Sunday, 12-6 pm through June 26, 2010.
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