Gregory Dees, a pioneer in the field of social entrepreneurship as an academic field comes to PNCA on November 9 at 7 pm to deliver the lecture “The Open Solutions Society: Taking Social Entrepreneurship Seriously” for the MFA in Collaborative Design Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Read more…
PNCA Illustration students selected to contribute to Portland/Brooklyn issue of Tin House. Read more…
Students from the graduate programs at Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) do fast-paced, Pecha-Kucha-style presentations, Wednesday, October 24 from 6-7:30 pm in the Lab at Museum of Contemporary Craft. Read more…
XPLANE, and its dynamic CEO, Aric Wood, who is now serving on PNCA’s Board of Governors, are partnering with PNCA on a number of exciting initiatives supporting PNCA’s growth and leadership role in the development of art and design leaders in the Pacific Northwest. Read more…
PNCA alum Tom Cramer was featured on Oregon Art Beat. Read more…
Tom Manley will present the Doctor of Arts Honoris Causa degree to alumna Arlene Schnitzer, who will also accept a Doctor of Arts Honoris Causa degree on behalf of her late husband, Harold Schnitzer at Homecoming. Read more…
PNCA hosts a number of events this Thursday, October 11 for the inaugural Design Week Portland. Read more…
The Intermedia alumna was featured in an Artforum article chronicling her year long residency with the Ashkal Alwan Home Workspace. Read more…
Professor Horatio Law is one of the participating artists in the ongoing Bird’s Nest Building Workshops at Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette (PPCW). Read more…
PNCA brings notable artists and thinkers to Portland for thought-provoking conversations around issues in contemporary art and design. Read more…
The Oregonian featured Happy Birthday: A Celebration of Chance and Listening in their seasonal arts guide, saying it is “an opportunity to explore the wonders of chance.” Read more…
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art‘s (PICA) Time-Based Art Festival opens tonight at Washington High School (SE Stark & SE 13th Ave) with PNCA students and alumni on stage, in the galleries, and behind the scenes. Read more…
In the September Issue of Portland Monthly, Camille Grigsby-Rocca pens an article tracing PNCA’s “decade-long ascent” and growing influence as part of a national art-college boom in art school enrollment.
This year’s class of MFA AC+D students are already hard at work, designing and building a new bike repair shelter and community hub at the center of the North Portland New Columbia neighborhood. Read more…
The Oregonian profiles MFA in Applied Craft and Design candidate Eric Trine ’13 and his entrepreneurial ambitions to start his own one-man handcrafted furniture design business. Read more…
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