Congratulations Megan Wood
Congratulations to Megan Wood. As part of the Art + Science Initiative, the Illustration student has been awarded a $2500 research grant to work closely with an expert group of scientists to illustrate a proposed book, Warming the West, on the impact of climate change in the Western United States and Canada.
"Megan Wood is a painter and illustrator making work about distorted realities, the figure, magic, beauty, and surreal narratives. Using acrylic, oil and digital mediums, Wood uses expressive brushwork and flowing lines to render her pieces. She is passionate about diverse representation and mental health, as well as body positivity. Wood is based in Portland, OR where she attends the Pacific Northwest College of Art."
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 is the recipient of Oregon Community Foundation's first Creative Heights grant.