News Archive

Rose Bond Awarded Ford Family Foundation Artist in Residence Prize

Along with a residency at Caldera, Rose Bond is granted a financial stipend, thanks to the Ford Family Foundation. Read more…

Posted on 04/03 at 06:05 PM

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Austin Adkins ‘12 and Linda Hutchins ‘88 to Perform at Low Lives 4

Low Lives is an international festival of performance-based works transmitted in real time via the internet to multiple venues around the world.  Read more…

Posted on 04/02 at 06:21 PM

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PNCA alumna awarded the 21st Bonnie Bronson Fellowship

Pat Boas joins the ranks of numerous PNCA faculty and alumni as a recipient of the prestigious award honoring artists from the Pacific Northwest. Read more…

Posted on 03/26 at 11:13 AM

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Spring Break Hours

Monday – Saturday 8am-10pm
Sunday 9am-10pm
Normal hours resume Monday April 2. Read more…

Posted on 03/26 at 10:45 AM

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MFA in Collaborative Design program exhibits at Emory University

Matthew Lippincott  and Molly Danielsson presents work on Health and Sanitation at Emory University’s Constructive Interference. Read more…

Posted on 03/23 at 05:05 PM

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Betty Feves Exhibition Featured on OPB

“The staff of the Museum of Contemporary Craft is having Christmas in March this year,” writes OPB reporter April Baer. Read more…

Posted on 03/12 at 07:33 PM

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Deniz Conger named in “Forty Under 40”

Conger placed in the Honorable Mention category of Portland Business Journal’s annual compilation of business and non-profit employees. Read more…

Posted on 03/12 at 04:44 PM

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MoCC Curator Namita Wiggers on Think Out Loud

Museum of Contemporary Craft curator Namita Wiggers was featured on Monday morning’s Think Out Loud on OPB. Read more…

Posted on 03/05 at 03:06 PM

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Barry Sanders Speaks at Stanford for Environment and War Week

Founding Co-Chair of the MA in Critical Theory and Creative Research Sanders talks about his book The Green Zone: The Environmental Costs of U.S. Militarism. Read more…

Posted on 02/28 at 09:30 AM

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Benefit Art Auction Exceeds Expectations

The annual fundraiser was a great success, bringing in more than $100,000 in support of student scholarships. Read more…

Posted on 02/24 at 05:53 PM

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2012 Benefit Art Auction

Consider the act of giving as a form of social change. The PNCA Benefit Art Auction is February 23 at The Nines. Check out the full auction catalog online and help support student scholarships. Read more…

Posted on 02/20 at 06:59 PM

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Illustration Students Receive National Acclaim

Three PNCA illustration students have been accepted into the prestigious and highly competitive Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Competition this year. Read more…

Posted on 02/17 at 05:25 PM

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Intermedia Chair Emily Ginsburg in The 22

The 22, an annual arts and literature online magazine, features the work of Associate Professor Emily Ginsburg and a detailed interview.

Posted on 02/10 at 04:41 PM

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Maurizio Cattelan Interviews Alum Brenna Murphy

“Striving for ground zero is a good starting point for a project,” said PNCA alumna Brenna Murphy ‘09 in her interview in MSHR.

Posted on 02/10 at 04:22 PM

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Faculty Featured in New American Paintings

See the work of honored faculty members, Arnold J. Kemp and Ellen Lesperance, and CE instructor Damien Gilley in the most recent issue of New American Paintings #97, Pacific Coast Competition.

Posted on 01/30 at 10:28 AM

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PNCA and Blick Announce Partnership

This collaboration features Blick Art Materials selling PNCA merchandise, hosting special PNCA events, and displaying student artwork in the PNCA Gallery at Blick.

Posted on 01/25 at 12:06 PM

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Portland Building Installation 2012

Current MFA in Visual Studies candidate Jodie Cavalier ‘12 and alumna Kendra Larson were selected for Portland Building installations. Read more…

Posted on 01/17 at 08:22 PM

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Joan Mitchell Nominations

Congratulations to MFA in Visual Studies candidates James Papadopoulos ‘12 and Patrick Driscoll ‘12, who were nominated for the Joan Mitchell 2012 Award. Read more….

Posted on 01/17 at 08:04 PM

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