Pacific Northwest College of Art’s collaboration with Portland-based design studio Incubate on the redesign of its BFA recruitment materials has earned a Merit award in HOW magazine’s 2009 Promotion Design Awards.
PNCA Faculty Emerati George Johanson will do a live drawing of jazz band Panorama Saturday at the Portland Art Museum, part of the PNCA at 100 exhibit.
Discover the beauty of animation arts, listen to Podcasts of Boundary Crossings: An Institute in Contemporary Animated Arts programs.
Explores PNCA’s Continuing Education program, Summer of Making.
Watch an excerpt of the Boundary Crossings panel discussion “Interpreting Live Bait.”
PNCA Faculty Emeritus Manuel Izquierdo, who passed away July 17, is remembered by the PNCA community for his career as an artist and art educator.
PNCA hosts a one-time-only exhibit of work generated by Boundary Crossings: An Institute in Contemporary Animated Arts, Friday, July 24.
PNCA Artist-In-Residence and landscape painter Jin-Man Han presents recent works at the The Lab at Museum of Contemporary Craft through July 29.
Join PNCA and Disjecta for the MFA student show Egocentric now through August 21.
Join PNCA’s Boundary Crossings: An Institute in Contemporary Animated Arts and the Northwest Film Center for the Portland premiere of “Sita Sings the Blues,” 7pm Thursday, July 23 at the Northwest Film Center.
PNCA’s Boundary Crossings presents Beyond the Box, a panel discussion on animation in the public sphere, 7:30pm July 21 in the Swigert Commons.
PNCA and ASIFA-NW welcome prolific animation author Paul Wells for a reading and book signing, noon, Friday, July 17 at Pacific Northwest College of Art.
PNCA’s Boundary Crossings, LAIKA/House and the Museum of Contemporary Craft present an engaging discussion on the creative process, 6:30pm, July 16 at the Museum, 724 NW Davis St.
Join PNCA’s Boundary Crossings program and the Northwest Film Center for a special screening, An Evening with Paul Vester, Wednesday, July 15.
Pacific Northwest College of Art launches the WPA@PNCA—a creative approach to student leadership and professional practice. Read the full media release.
Portland-based community radio station KBOO (90.7FM) show “Words & Pictures” featured a conversation on PNCA’s Boundary Crossings: An Institute in Contemporary Animated Arts.
Pacific Northwest College of Art Alumni are exhibiting their work at a range of shows in July. Visit the Alumni web site for more information.
Visit PNCA’s BFA Gallery now through August 2 for the Queer Show.
Watch the fun unfold during the 2009 Graphic Novel Intensive.
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) announces the appointment of Arnold J. Kemp as Chair of the Master’s of Fine Arts in Visual Studies program.
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