Zahid Sardar, San Francisco Chronicle Design Editor, presented Material World: The Currency of Craft, an MFA in Applied Craft & Design Lecture. View photos, watch a video and listen to a podcast of Sardar’s lecture.
Modou Dieng, Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing, is currently listed as a Critic’s Pick on Artforum.com for Black Star, his work on view at The Art Gym at Marylhurst University.
The PNCA Printmaking Department is proud to present 12 woodcuts by Yoshitoshi Tsukioka from his series One Hundred Aspects of the Moon, opening December 3 in the PNCA Printmaking Gallery.
Brooklyn-based artist Nina Katchadourian presented an MFA in Visual Studies Lecture about her work in photography, sculptures, video and sound. View photos, watch a video and listen to a podcast of Katchadourian’s lecture.
Museum of Contemporary Craft in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art presents Elusive Matter, an exhibition of work that challenges the expectations of craft, November 19 through January 16 at the Museum.
Museum of Contemporary Craft in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art presents Transference, an exploration of the material and aural properties of glass by artists Andy Paiko and Ethan Rose, November 19, 2009–January 9, 2010 at the Museum.
The MFA in Visual Studies program welcomes artist Nina Katchadourian in a free lecture, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, November 19, part of the PNCA Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
Micah Malone reviewed recently Arnold J. Kemp’s This Quiet Dust, Ladies and Gentleman in the Critics’ Picks section of Artforum.com. This show is on view at PDX Contemporary Art now through November 28. Kemp became the Chair of PNCA’s MFA in Visual Studies program during the Fall 2009 term.
PNCA+FIVE Idea Studios presents Dr. Ellen Handler Spitz, delivering the keynote address “Reflections on Space and Childhood” 6:30 p.m. Friday, November 13 for the symposium, Children’s Creativity: Why the Visual Arts Matter.
PNCA’s Feldman Gallery + Project Space is proud to present two projects from the award-winning Los Angeles-based artist Sandow Birk, November 5, 2009 through January 8, 2010.
PNCA is pleased to present Dr. Lois Hetland as part of Children’s Creativity: Why the Visual Arts Matter, a symposium that focuses on the relevance of artistic processes on the cognitive, emotional and social development of children.
PNCA’s Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series presents designer Aly Khalifa in a MFA in Applied Craft and Design lecture Thursday, November 12.
View a slideshow of Little Gods, an exhibition of moving image installations at The Hybrid Gallery, a Gerding Edlen Project with Pacific Northwest College of Art.
PNCA hosts Children’s Creativity: Why the Visual Arts Matter, November 11–14, a symposium focusing on the relevance of artistic processes of inquiry, reflection, and expression to the cognitive, emotional, and social development of children.
PNCA’s Global Studios program presents work exploring China’s youth culture, contemporary life, propaganda, and politics in a range of mediums created by its students during a stay in Summer 2009.
The Museum of Contemporary Craft in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art presents a free public lecture featuring Vicki Halper, 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 3 in the College’s Swigert Commons, part of its CraftPerspectives series.
MFA in Visual Studies students, along with MFA in Visual Studies Visiting Artist Alix Pearlstein and PNCA Faculty Stephen Slappe will discuss their experience during a two-week residency at Caldera in Sisters, Oregon with a talk at 12:30 p.m. Friday, October 30 in the College’s Swigert Commons.
PNCA’s Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series continues with a MFA in Applied Craft and Design lecture by independent scholar, author and lecturer Ellen Dissanayake, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, October 29.
Pacific Northwest College of Art presents a new evening Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series taking place on Thursday nights throughout the academic year.
Explore “Conspiracy Theory” and the intricate drawings of Brian Lund in the Feldman Gallery + Project Space—both shows close October 24.
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