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.
One of our own makes the Willamette Week's Best of 2019! Graphic Design student Trung Bao is named Best Competitive Beatboxer.
Alumnus and longtime Printmaking faculty member Yoshihiro Kitai is the next Artist-in-Residence at Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts in Pendleton.
New leadership and new members together bring depth and breadth of experience as well as deep cultural knowledge of the region's arts ecosystem.
Award-winning alumna Malia Jensen talks about her life and practice in the July/August issue of Sculpture
Skye Moret, a scientist, designer, and faculty member in the MFA in Collaborative Design and MA in Design Systems programs is currently working on the Ocean Archive, a visionary project that will bring together stakeholders operating at the intersection of scientific inquiry, artistic intelligence, and environmental advocacy.
We're happy to host this exhibition of works by the 2019 2019 Hallie Ford Fellows in our Center for Contemporary Art & Culture
MFA in Visual Studies candidate Payton Barronian is featured in OUT Magazine with his new video, presenting, that queers iconic film monologues
NY Times highlights work by alumnus Tabor Robak in review of New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century exhibition at MoMA, curated by Michelle Kuo
Visiting faculty in the Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies program, including internationally recognized artists and curators offer free public lectures beginning June 19
Photography majors Hannah Hazen, Jessica Mitchell, Scott King, and Kia Tiakamori-Tihada have work on view at Blue Sky Gallery through Fall of 2019.
Congratulations to faculty member Sharita Towne who has been selected as one of the Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts for 2019!
The longtime bookseller, housing and disability rights activist speaks to the 2019 graduating class
Oregon Arts Commission makes selections for this honor.
Recent recipient of a Creative Capital award, Towne will give a talk in response to a work in the Museum's collection
Thank you to all who came to our 2019 Gala: Reimagine!
Ranganathan diagnoses the threats the viral spread of disinformation poses and offers a powerful solution