PNCA presents Alumni Connection with Melanie Stevens MFA '17 in conversation with Irene Ramirez BFA '19
PNCA presents Alumni Connection with Irene Ramirez '19 in conversation with Steph Littlebird Fogel '15.
The fifth session in our artist talk series (hosted by alum David Cohen) features Amy Conway, 2013 MFA Applied Craft & Design; John Summerson, 2016 Animated Arts; Maggie-Rose Condit, 2016 MFA Visual Studies; Brittany N. Rudolf, 2019 MFA Applied Craft & Design; Shih-Ying Hu, 2020 MFA Visual Studies.
PNCA presents an Alumni Connection with Steph Littlebird Fogel '15 in conversation with Lehuauakea '18
We are deeply saddened to share that Cynthia Creasey '74 passed away on January 19th from complications following a spinal cord injury suffered six months earlier. The living embodiment of the value of an arts education, Cynthia charted her own way in life. We invite you to read on below for a remembrance to Cynthia from her husband Mack McCoy and to read her obituary.
PNCA presents a conversation featuring Lehuauakea, a mixed-Native Hawaiian interdisciplinary artist from Pāpaʻikou on Moku O Keawe and the artist, Angélica Maria Millán Lozano from Bogotá, Colombia
Calling all PNCA and Museum Art School Alumni! We hope you’ll join us for your PNCA Reunion Saturday, November 10.
Remembering three beloved alumni: Joseph M. Erceg 1933 - 2018, Irvin Russell Jolliver 1922 - 2018, and Jan Reaves 1945 - 2018
We're pleased to share recent news of extraordinary alumni news and successes including exhibitions, awards, profiles, interviews, fellowships, and promotions. Congratulations, all!
PNCA is pleased to announce that renowned artist, alumnus, and Professor Emeritus Arvie Smith '84 will deliver the 2018 Commencement Address at Pacific Northwest College of Art's 2018 Commencement ceremony on May 20, 2018.
What's PNCA alumni been up to? Here are a few updates on folks making moves in their art communities: from Hyperallergic and ARTFORUM publishings, to notable exhibitions in New York, to TEDx talks and fellowships. PNCA alumni is always proud of its legacy!
Check out the newest updates from PNCA Alumni, which includes at least three newly published books, job changes, expanding families, performances and projects, symphonic collaborations, official portraits, articles in The New York Times, and so so much more. You alumni are an impressive bunch.
What's PNCA alumni been up to? Here are a few updates on folks making moves in their art communities: from New York Times publishings, to notable exhibitions in Miami and Iceland, to educational art fundraising. PNCA alumni is always proud of its legacy!
December 7, 2017 - January 16, 2018
This show aims to highlight both the immediate and prolonged necessity for methods of adaptability. The site and exhibition within will function as a space for conversation, and a mechanism for sharing in a community driven environment.
PNCA alumni do amazing things. You launch new projects investigating the intersection between humor and contemporary art. You believe so strongly that art and design can make a difference that you set up a website to connect designers to opportunities and organizations with missions you can get behind. You're brave and bold enough to put your work in front of strangers. And you're making waves every day in your communities and across the country.
PNCA alumni do amazing things. You launch new projects investigating the intersection between humor and contemporary art (here and here). You believe so strongly that art and design can make a difference that you set up a website to connect designers to opportunities and organizations with missions you can get behind (here). You're brave and bold enough to put your work in front of strangers (here and here and here). And you're making waves every day in your communities and across the country
Every other month, we highlight achievements and updates from PNCA's alumni community. Looking at the not-so-brief list below, it's very clear that PNCA alumni are impressive, productive, and involved. They are opening new and experimental art places, discovering and presenting new ways of living and working, exhibiting broadly, and contributing to national critical dialog about art and design in our lives. Families are expanding, careers are growing, and collaborations launching or continuing. Read on to be inspired!