NY Times reports that Blas' new graphic novel with Claudia Guirre will be among first published on new imprint highlighting works by LGBTQIA artists and writers.
Mark your calendar for the 2019 Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies Symposium: Art + Environmental Justice November 22 and 23, 2019.
Big congratulations to alum DinéYazhi´ '13 who was selected along with their project R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment, which is dedicated to education, perseverance, and evolution of Indigenous art and culture.
Kathryn Moseley and Otto Yunker have both been selected for the Gateway Film Festival
Video + Sound Department Head Stephen Slappe unearths and digitizes a vintage promotional video from the Museum Art School on his Dead Media Hour YouTube channel.
The MFA Visual Studies alumnus debuts new performance in Seattle and gets new commission from Portland Art Museum, supported by Oregon Community Foundation Creative Heights Grant
A new exhibition by MA in Critical Studies professor Patricia Vázquez Gómez, BorderXer, opens Friday, September 27 at Paragon Arts Gallery.
Jessen's collaborative project with Gang of Four's Dave Allen joins NEW INC, the New Museum’s cultural incubator for art, tech, and design.
MFA in Applied Craft + Design alumna Laura Allcorn is one of 15 artists and designers "making Portland a cooler, crazier, and more colorful place to live"
Faculty member Berahmimi is one of 15 artists and designers "making Portland a cooler, crazier, and more colorful place to live"
MFA in Applied Craft + Design alumna Bukola Koiki is featured in the October/November issue of American Craft honoring the Emerging Voices Winners
Congratulations to students Olivia Harwood, Haley Howell, and Lydia Mercer who have been awarded scholarships and whose art will grace Argyle wine labels.
Open Signal: Portland Community Media Center has selected alumna Laura Medina for one of four New Media Fellowships, a residency program that supports artists exploring the social implications of immersive technologies.
We are delighted to announce that after a nationwide search, Sara Huston has been appointed Program Head of PNCA’s MFA Applied Craft + Design in the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies!
Director of PNCA's Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies opens exhibition of new work in New York.
In exciting news, the Oregon Community Foundation has awarded a $100,000 Creative Heights grant to PNCA to commission eight Indigenous artists to create installations to cover “Chieftain” heads carved into the travertine above the eight doorways in our main corridor.
See incredible works at this weekend's opening by so many members of the PNCA family of artists.
Biggest congratulations to Daniela Repas who has been awarded a Princess Grace Award Graduate Film Scholarship.
A generous gift from alumnus and longtime faculty member George Johanson establishes the Phyllis and George Johanson Endowed Scholarship
We're delighted to welcome Dr. Christopher Maples as Interim President beginning August 12, 2019. The Board of Governors made the announcement of his appointment today.
Addressing "one of the most pressing problems of our time, the dissemination of misinformation over social media," Ranganathan launches the Disinformation Project
Emily Ginsburg, artist and Chair of Media Arts at PNCA, opens an expansive solo exhibition at PCC's North View Gallery
On OPB's State of Wonder, host April Baer features artist and PNCA Foundation Chair Garrick Imatani and "Witness," a project made in collaboration with the Confederates Tribes of Grand Ronde and centers on the Tomanowos meteorite.
Congratulations to Design Arts Chair Martin French who has recently had a number of posters selected for international biennials as well as being selected for the 2019 Patrick Nagel Award for Excellence from the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles.
Artist and Director of PNCA's Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies, MK Guth, speaks about her upcoming exhibitions and the state of the visual arts ecosystem in Portland
One Afternoon in Your Next Reincarnation, the 2019 Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies Thesis Exhibition
Curated by Srijon Chowdhury, the exhibition features bodies of work by students in the 2019 graduating class of the Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies program.