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Delving deeply into tradition with a focus on experimentation and the potential of the multiple
Printmaking immerses students in traditional and contemporary ideas and processes, emphasizing personal voice and vision, high standards of craftsmanship, and professional practice. Through a rich, interdisciplinary studio experience, you’ll explore intaglio, lithography, relief printing, screenprinting, monotype, letterpress, book-making, artist publications, digital and 3D printing. The printed multiple is explored and utilized as integral to contemporary art practice as a means of communication, as a set of objects for dispersal and dissemination, as accumulation and installation, and as material documentation.
Congratulations to faculty members Palmarin Merges and Martin French who were each awarded $10,000 by the McGeady Faculty Development Fund at PNCA.
The Oregonian reviews Alison Saar's new exhibition Crepuscular Blue at PNCA's Center for Contemporary Art & Culture, calling Muddy Water one of three new prints for the show, "unnervingly timely."