International Exchange Project with University in Portland's Sister City Debuts
March 05, 2019
In September 2018, eight PNCA students spent seven days in Portland's Sister City, Sapporo, Japan to record a visual essay of their experience. One week later, eight students from Sapporo City University spent seven days in Portland with the same mission. First Thursday in March is the opening exhibition of this collaborative project between Sapporo City University, PNCA International Studies, and PNCA Design Arts. Join us this Thursday, March 7 from 6-9pm at 222 SW Columbia St. for the unveiling of this project on the KOIN Tower Media Wall. Special thanks for @thinkjoule for the design of this presentation.
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