Adjunct Faculty Zack Denfeld blogs from India, proving that opportunities for creative practice abound. Read his blog.
Through the support of Meyer Memorial Trust, Pacific Northwest College of Art has greatly expanded its open source web-based learning management and social networking system.
Seven PNCA students are in China as part of the Global Studios: China, now through June 11. Follow their journey online.
Pacific Northwest College of Art celebrates the culmination of work by its BFA and MFA students during the 2009 BFA + MFA Thesis Exhibition, now through June 28.
Pacific Northwest College of Art Alumnus and award-winning Production Designer Michael Curry ’81 delivers the 2009 Centennial Year Commencement Address on May 24.
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) presents Black Market Type & Print Shop, now through June 27 an exhibit of a collection of 30 type-fonts extracted from the artwork of well-known artists that can be used by gallery visitors for art of their own making, organized by curator Joseph del Pesco.
Art on Alberta honored visual and performance artist Thelma Johnson Streat during the 10th annual Art Hop, featuring her work at a range of galleries and an address by PNCA President Tom Manley.
On May 9, Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) kicked off its Centennial celebration year as the region’s leading college of art and design. Learn more about the gala and upcoming events.
In April, the Museum of Contemporary Craft and PNCA hosted a series of Community Conversations to explore the anticipated integration of two of Portland’s educational and cultural institutions.
Learn more about the new book The Green Zone, a collaborative effort by Pacific Northwest College of Art Faculty Barry Sanders, Pacific Northwest College of Art President Tom Manley and PNCA Communication Design students.
Pacific Northwest College of Art mourns the loss of Douglas Lynch, one of its influential faculty members and one of Oregon’s great artists and arts educators.
Visual artist Hap Tivey invited PNCA students to create a large outdoor light installation on the Eastbank Esplanade.
Award-winning international curator and artistic director Okwui Enwezor delivered the keynote address on April 3 for the CONFLUENCE 2009 Foundations in Art: Theory & Education (FATE) Biennial Conference.
The Pacific Northwest College of Art Communication Design program hosted an interview and presentation with musician and designer David Yow on April 8 in the PNCA Swigert Commons.
After an introduction by Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Co. Paul Anthony of Rumblefish interviews Yow on Yow’s past as the frontman of Scratch Acid, The Jesus Lizard and Qui and his transformation to “the best photo-retoucher in the world.” Afterward, Yow gives a lively presentation of his photo retouching portfolio, accompanied with audience snacks.
PNCA MFA student Matthew Wilson was awarded a PNCA+FIVE Idea Studio Art Prize and presented his illustrated piece “Surrogates #4” to scholar W.J.T. Mitchell.
Portland-based designer Aaron Draplin recently spoke with PNCA Communication Design students about his work for the Obama Administration.
Listen to a podcast of the 2009 Edelman Lecture featuring environmental writer Kathleen Dean Moore.
Pacific Northwest College of Art alumnus Alex Felton ’05 is one of six Northwest artists who made the short list for the Henry Art Gallery’s The Brink, a new award for emerging artists in Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia.
Visit the “Seattle Art Blog”:http://www.seattleartblog.com/home/Henry-announces-short-list-for-The-Brink-Award.html for more information.
President Tom Manley recently discussed the creative grid with Portland Architecture blogger Brian Libby for the Designs on Portland series.
Intermedia Video Fest 09
March 18, 6–8pm
Bagdad Theater, 3702 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
Free and open to the public
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