Artist Sonya Clark visits PNCA to deliver a Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture for the MFA in Applied Craft and Design program. Her multimedia work incorporates fibers, copper and video amongst others.
PNCA has received a Challenge Grant of $100,000 over two years from the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation. The Challenge encourages gifts to the College that will support scholarships at PNCA and the growing BFA and MFA programs.
PNCA welcomes author Derrick Jensen as the 2011 Alfred Edelman Lecturer. Recognized for his polarizing beliefs about environmentalism in the industrial age, he is widely known as the poet philosopher of the environmental movement.
Pacific Northwest College of Art is pleased to announce that the third annual Benefit Art Auction with Bonhams & Butterfields at The Nines Hotel raised $130,000 for student scholarships at PNCA.
I Heart Art: Portland, a collaborative project between Etsy, PNCA, MoCC and the Portland Etsy Team, kicks off its second year of professional development and networking programs this Friday, February 25.
Bahamian installation artist Tavares Strachan visits PNCA to give an MFA in Visual Studies Lecture on February 24 at 6:30 pm in the Swigert Commons as part of the 2010-2011 Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
Design Ecologies, Systems Thinking and Cultural Entrepreneurship are the three tenets of the new MFA in Collaborative Design at PNCA. Applications are due April 1 for Fall 2011 enrollment.
In order to be considered for competitive scholarships, prospective students need to submit BFA applications by March 1. Visit the Admissions page for more information.
Between my head and my hand, there is always the face of death curator Kristan Kennedy will lead a walkthrough of the Feldman Gallery exhibition on Tuesday evening, February 15.
The Portland Metro Scholastic Art Awards are part of a national project that encourages, fosters and rewards creativity in our nation’s classrooms. An exhibition of this year’s work is on view in the Commons through February 25.
Learn more about PNCA’s BFA program, financing your education and preparing your portfolio at the upcoming Open House event. Campus tours will also be available.
Visit PNCA’s online magazine, Untitled, for an extensive archive of public programs. Podcasts and videos of lectures, panels and interviews are available along with links to relevant articles for further information.
Due to severe weather conditions, Hannah Higgins’ CraftPerspectives Lecture has been canceled.
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