Daniela Naomi Molnar
Department Head, Art + Ecology Minor
Daniela Naomi Molnar works in a range of forms including painting, art direction, design, site-specific intervention, a collaborative poetry/visual art project, writing, activism, and teaching. Her work operates at the intersection of art, nature, and culture and is informed by a deep ecological worldview. She grew up in the New York City area, a daughter of immigrants, and now lives in Portland, Oregon.
She is a founding member of the Board of Directors, a backcountry guide, and an all-around integral part of Signal Fire, an organization increasing the cultural value of the natural world by providing opportunities for artists to engage with public wild lands. She is Art Editor for The Bear Deluxe Magazine, a publication devoted to exploring environmental issues through the arts, and Founding Co-Editor of Leaf Litter, Signal Fire’s art and literary journal.
Daniela is the Founding Department Head of the Art + Ecology program and a full-time Associate Professor at the Pacific Northwest College of Art, where she has been teaching undergraduate and graduate students about painting, drawing, environmental issues, visual culture, critical theory, and pedagogy since 2007
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