PNCA is pleased to welcome the First International Urban Sketchers Symposium. Drawing enthusiasts from around the world will convene at PNCA July 29-31 for a series of lectures, panels, exhibits and sketch outings led by a diverse team of international presenters.
The works of 13 first-year students in the MFA in Visual Studies program are presented at Disjecta through August 8. Stray Fires represents the mid-point of this two-year course of study. The gallery is open Friday-Sunday, 12-5 pm.
Museum of Contemporary Craft has published and released Ken Shores: Clay Has the Last Word, an examination of a pivotal artist, leader, educator and foundational figure in the American Craft movement, now available for sale in The Gallery or online.
Product Designer, MICA faculty member and author Inna Alesina leads parents and kids through an exploration of creative uses for everyday objects on July 24 at Museum of Contemporary Craft. Space is still available.
In conjunction with Collaborations & Dialogues: Selections from the Jordan D. Schnitzer Print Collection, master printer James Reid of Gemini G.E.L. and collector Jordan Schnitzer join PNCA’s Christy Wyckoff for a conversation in the Feldman Gallery. Listen to the podcast.
Inspired by his Midwestern roots, Pintz often recreates hand tools and other seemingly mundane objects with reductive techniques. He will lecture about his work July 15.
A gallery conversation on July 12 between Master Printer James Reid and prominent collector Jordan Schnitzer will explore their common interest in printmaking and in-depth experience with collaboration.
Museum of Contemporary Craft announces its 2010-2011 Exhibition Schedule. Visit the website for details about the five upcoming exhibitions, beginning with Ai Weiwei: Dropping the Urn opening July 15.
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