Congratulations to MFA in Visual Studies alumna Tabitha Nikolai who has been invited to be an artist-in-residence for the Spring 2019 Creative Exchange Lab at Portland Institute for Contemporary Art.
State of Wonder highlights work by the Black Life Experiential Research Group (BLERG) a project by faculty member Sharita Towne and PSU professor Lisa Bates
Two accomplished PNCA alumni, a photographer and a painter, are among the choreographers for a recent BodyVox performance.
Big congratulations to alumnus and printmaking faculty member Yoshihiro Kitai who has been awarded a 2019 Golden Spot Residency at Crow's Shadow
Each year PNCA’s Art + Science Initiative selects a handful of student educators to collaborate with PNCA faculty and OMSI staff to develop and teach weeklong youth summer camps
MFA in Visual Studies alumna Samantha Wall's work has been selected for long-term installation in Concourse D
Printmaking professor Palmarin Merges presents a live printmaking event of her Blackfish 40th Anniversary Commemorative Print in the gallery
Again this year, PNCA is proud to be a sponsor of the citywide celebration of design in its many forms: Design Week Portland.
Congratulations to alumna Bukola Koiki, shortlisted for the American Craft Council's Emerging Voices Award.
A Force of Nature is the apt title of the Eugene Weekly's review of alumna Lucinda Parker's retrospective exhibition, Force Fields, at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art in Salem.
Our Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing, BFA in Creative Writing, and MA in Critical Studies collaborate to present a number of events on campus and off as Patron Sponsors of AWP including a rare look at the Burning Deck archive.
Nandini Ranganathan, Executive Director of PNCA's Make+Think+Code lab is one of the featured leaders speaking at TedX Portland on April 27.
Printmaking professor Yoshihiro Kitai is among the artists in residence at Crow's Shadow this year. The institute is profiled in the NY Times.
Melanie Stevens: Graphic Interventions is currently on view at KSMoCA in Portland.
Librarian and alumna, Linden How, is interviewed on OPB's Think Out Loud to talk about the international Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon movement and our Edit-a-thon this weekend.
Collab between students from Sapporo City University and PNCA unveiled this Thursday at KOIN Tower.
Swiss Institute presents Centinel, the first institutional solo show in the United States by New York-based alumnus Jasper Spicero '13.
In an unprecedented move, the Ray Trayle Print Prize Committee has awarded the 2019 Ray Trayle Print Prize to the PNCA Printmaking Department. The Ray Trayle Print Prize is an annual award given to a remarkable Northwest printmaker in appreciation of Ray Trayle’s contribution to the art of printmaking.
Faculty member and MFA in Visual Studies alumna, Ardis DeFreece is interviewed in the latest issue of SciArt Magazine.
Congratulations to Demian DinéYazhí who has been selected for inclusion in the upcoming Honolulu Biennial!
Alumna Malia Jensen receives Oregon Community Foundation's Creative Heights grant.
Feb 19, 2019
Join us and be a part of the worldwide Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon project. All are welcome. Tutorials provided.
Feb 11, 2019
It is with a great sadness that we learn that OCAC's Board of Trustees voted on a resolution to close all degree programs at Oregon College of Art and Craft at the end of the Spring 2019 semester.
As part of the Art + Science Initiative, Illustration student, Megan Wood has been awarded a $2500 research grant to work on a climate change impact project.
Jan 25, 2019
PNCA opened an exhibition of paintings and lithographs by Katherine Cameron, alumna of the college and longtime Portland art educator