The PNCA Community is saddened by the loss of Ken Shores, who passed away yesterday. Read more…
President Tom Manley was a recent guest columnist at The Oregonian where he spoke about prioritizing creative making, tinkering, and innovation.
Luminaries and a greater number of supporters than ever enjoyed a very special evening at PNCA’s signature annual fundraising event. Read more…
Big news recently for PNCA’s residence hall ArtHouse, awarded LEED silver certification and included as DJC Top Project, 2014. Read more…
PNCA welcomes accomplished interdisciplinary artist Peter Simensky who’s taught in the nation’s top art programs. Read more…
Congratulations to REC Fest winners John Summerson and Emily Wyant. Read more…
Faculty member Linda Wysong celebrates the final installation of her major public art project,Eye River, in Southeast Portland. Read more…
The Portland Tribune finds “renovation progress is everywhere” even though construction’s just begun. Read more…
KGW and Tom Manley go behind the scenes of the 511 Building construction. Read more…
Construction launches on the 511 Building and the Oregonian takes note. Read more…
PNCA’s new MFA in Print Media has collaborated with Gamblin Artists Colors to create a limited edition ink with a great backstory. Read more…
Projects by PNCA students, alumni, and faculty were awarded grants in the inaugural round of the Precipice Fund last night at PICA. Read more…
PNCA Animated Arts students Beryl Allee and John Summerson worked with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on an animated short on shoreline habitat for salmon. Read more…
Congratulations to PNCA faculty and alumni selected for the Portland2014 Biennial at Disjecta by guest curator Amanda Hunt of LAXART (LA). Read more…
A historic partnership between Portland Development Commission and PNCA became a reality as the PDC commissioners enthusiastically supported a $20.3 million loan package for the renovation of the 511 building, the College’s future home. Read more…
PNCA moves one step closer to a North Park campus with the sale of the Main Campus Building to Seattle-based Security Properties. Read more …
The academic year kicked off with the opening of PNCA’s first-ever student residence hall—ArtHouse. The striking aluminum-clad building marks the next step in the College’s North Park Blocks campus expansion and the media took notice including the Portland Tribune in the article . Read more…
The MA in Critical Theory and Creative Research Program is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Hannah Arendt Prize. Read the full announcement and the five winning essays here.
As PNCA prepares for the upcoming academic year, we also take a moment to look back at the photo highlights from last year.
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