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.
See what members of the local media are saying about our new Thursday night graduate lecture series, which brings national artists and designers to PNCA’s campus.
Design writer and editor Zahid Sardar delivers a lecture on Thursday, October 22 as part of PNCA’s Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
Join the MFA in Applied Craft and Design program and the Museum of Contemporary Craft for an energetic, casual Pecha Kucha-inspired night on October 21.
Don’t miss the last chance to view Pacific Northwest College of Art’s centennial Faculty Biennial—the exhibition closes October 17.
Listen to a Podcast of the lecture “Digitally Building the DIY Community” by Matt Stinchcomb of Etsy at the CYAN/PDX, or watch a slideshow.
New York-based artist Alix Pearlstein will discuss her wide range of work that includes conceptual sculpture, multi-channel installation, and performance-based video during a lecture at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 14 in the College’s Swigert Commons.
PNCA’s MFA in Visual Studies program presents artist Kate Gilmore in a lecture, 12:30 p.m. Thursday, October 15 in the College’s Swigert Commons.
View a slideshow of the International Writing Program, visiting PNCA from the University of Iowa from October 5 through October 9.
Faculty member Nan Curtis and MFA alumnus Nicolaii Dornstauder ’09 were recently reviewed in Artforum.com for their two-person show at Fourteen30 Contemporary.
Oregon Art Beat celebrates PNCA’s Centennial, featuring former faculty member Lucinda Parker ’66, current faculty member Paul Missal and alumnus Ty Ennis ’06.
Don’t miss “Sloppy Craft,” 1 p.m. Saturday, October 10 in PNCA’s Swigert Commons, featuring Anne Wilson of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a range of panelists.
During the month of October galleries throughout Portland present a large-scale display of work by dozens of Pacific Northwest College of Art PNCA faculty; alumni and faculty emeriti in honor of the College’s centennial academic year.
Oregon Art Beat celebrates PNCA’s Centennial, featuring former faculty member Lucinda Parker ’66, current faculty member Paul Missal and alumnus Ty Ennis ’06. The episode airs Thursday, October 8 at 8pm on OPB TV.
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