Boundary Crossings 2011: An Institute in Animated Arts has issued an open call for “applications”:http://www.pnca.edu/boundarycrossings. Embracing the hybrid-moving image by combining critical thought, fine art practice and digital technologies, the 2011 Institute will be led by internationally renowned scholars including “Norman Klein”:http://untitled.pnca.edu/multimedia/show/1324/.
Join local designers Kate Bingaman-Burt and Clifton Burt for a fun and focused primer on creating your own typeface in a “workshop”:http://cal.pnca.edu/events/92 that coincides with the exhibition Collateral Matters curated by the designers for Museum of Contemporary Craft.
The Gallery at Museum of Contemporary Craft hosts an annual holiday sale that celebrates the region’s premier selection of craft and design. Now through January 8, you can find handmade and one-of-a-kind items from more than 100 North American artists.
All PNCA Campus Buildings will be closed Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving weekend. Building hours resume their regular hours starting Saturday, November 27.
PNCA Faculty member Chas Bowie wrote an essay titled “The Stillness of Wind” about the work of Jungjin Lee, currently on view in the Feldman Gallery. Read the article on PNCA’s online magazine, Untitled.
The busy bees of Beehive Design Collective visit PNCA on Friday, November 19, offering a lunchtime workshop and evening lecture about “The True Cost of Coal,” using an enormous illustrated mural to teach about invasive mountaintop removal coal mining.
Craft activist, writer and metalsmith Gabriel Craig addresses “How Digital Collaboration PWNED Intellectual Property” during his Applied Craft and Design lecture on November 18 at 6:30 pm.
Object Focus: The Book is a new exhibition of modern and contemporary artists’ books curated from the Reed College Special Collection. Opening Thursday, November 18, the exhibition highlights the form of the book from the most traditional to the most abstract.
The Admissions team has been on the road off and on since late July, attending 15 portfolio days, 26 college fairs and visiting 18 states. The search for emerging artists continues with 15 more portfolio days and 8 more fairs and states to go.
Tom Prochaska, whose work is on exhibit at Froelick Gallery, will give a tour and speak about his work on Saturday, November 13 at 11am. Tom teaches in the PNCA Printmaking Department.
Zoran Poposki, a transdisciplinary Macedonian artist, completes his month-long Artslink Fellow residency at PNCA with a performance and food installation titled “By Way of Introduction,” taking place November 12 at noon in the Swigert Commons.
The installation is aimed at collective participation and focuses on creating dialogue between individuals from different cultural backgrounds through food, web applications for communication and music.
Zoran Poposki is a transdisciplinary artist based in Skopje, Macedonia. His work has been presented in more than 40 exhibitions and festivals worldwide. In his videos, performances and digital prints, Poposki explores issues of identity, territory and public space. Poposki holds a Master of Fine Art in New Media from Donau Universitat Krems in Austria.
Learn more about the 2010 Artslink Fellows in an article on America.gov.
The work of New York-based artist, writer and educator Nayland Blake reflects recurrent themes of racial and sexual identity. He speaks on November 11 at 6:30 as part of the 2010-2011 Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
Join the conversation and contribute your ideas to the programs, events and workshops from I Heart Art: Portland, a collaboration between Etsy, PNCA and Museum of Contemproary Craft. The open planning meeting is November 10 at 6:30 pm.
Artists in the Columbia FiberArts Guild hold live demonstrations of fiber techniques on Saturdays from 1-4 pm in The Lab at Museum of Contemporary Craft, in conjunction with their exhibition of work in the Community Showcase.
Untitled features a new piece by Chas Bowie in which he reflects on digital reproduction, our “post-photographic” society and the work of “Cassandra C. Jones”:http://untitled.pnca.edu/articles/show/1328/ at the Feldman Gallery.
Jungjin Lee hand-brushes liquid emulsion onto handmade Korean mulberry paper, giving her barren landscape photographs a deep, visceral feel. Her exhibition, Wind, is on view in the Feldman Gallery November 4–January 10.
Visit the newly re-designed website for Museum of Contemporary Craft. The clean, bright design features an expandable exhibition archive, integrated calendar and connection to the Charles Voorhies Fine Art Library.
Artist-musician Andrea Merkx holds a lecture in the style of a performance on November 4 at 7:30 pm. While playing MIDI reproductions of the 80s pop hit “Rio”, she reviles the rigid restrictions of the MIDI format and examines its role in the transition to digital music.