In addition to the 511 Gallery and the Dorothy Lemelson Innovation Lab which regularly host the exhibitions of PNCA's Center for Contemporary Art and Culture, PNCA also has numerous other gallery spaces for exhibitions primarily of works by students, but also by alumni and faculty at various times throughout the year. There are also several galleries at other locations on PNCA’s campus that showcase student and alumni work, including the Bison Building and ArtHouse as well as two offsite galleries.
PNCA's main gallery, the 511 Gallery has featured exhibitions by Wangechi Mutu, David Horvitz, and James Rosenquist, as well as the group show Alien She.
Dorothy Lemelson Innovation Lab
This expansive space has hosted exhibitions of work by Bruce Nauman, faculty emeritus Christy Wyckoff, student thesis exhibitions, the Faculty/Alumni Exhibition, an exhibition of works by residents of PNCA’s Leland Iron Works Residency, and the Annual Student Holiday Art Sale.
Holt MFA Project Space
Room 207 off the New Commons
The Dave Holt MFA Project Space hosts exhibitions by artists in the MFA programs in PNCA’s Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies.
New Commons + Corner Gallery 1 and Corner Gallery 2
PNCA’s central New Commons is the site of PNCA’s annual thesis exhibitions and the First Thursday Pop-Up student exhibitions of student-installed undergraduate works. It has also been the site of the regional Scholastic Student art exhibitions featuring works by exceptional high school students. The New Commons also features two open student galleries for undergraduate students’ works.
Room B10, Basement
B10 hosts student-curated exhibitions of works by undergraduate students as well as thesis exhibitions.
33 NW Park Avenue
The lobby of PNCA’s student housing facility, ArtHouse, features regular exhibitions of works by members of the PNCA Community.
The Bison Building
421 NE 10th Avenue
The Bison buildng hosts exhibitions of work by the MFA in Applied Craft and Design program in their headquarters.
Elevator Galleries 1 & 2
Students have begun to install work in the historic elevators of PNCA’s Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design.
The Lodge Gallery at Allied Works
1532 SW Morrison Street
PNCA @ ZGF
1223 Southwest Washington Street #200