News

MK Guth opens solo show at Cristin Tierney Gallery

Director of PNCA's Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies opens exhibition of new work in New York.

$100K Grant from OCF Supports Commissioning Indigenous Artists

In exciting news, the Oregon Community Foundation has awarded a $100,000 Creative Heights grant to PNCA to commission eight Indigenous artists to create installations to cover “Chieftain” heads carved into the travertine above the eight doorways in our main corridor.

Anthony Hudson as Carla Rossi

Celebrating PNCA artists in this weekend's Portland2019 Biennial

See incredible works at this weekend's opening by so many members of the PNCA family of artists.

Congratulations to Princess Grace Award Winner Daniela Repas!

Biggest congratulations to Daniela Repas who has been awarded a Princess Grace Award Graduate Film Scholarship.

George Johanson, Christopher Camcam, and Olivia Harwood in front of a Johanson painting

Alumnus George Johanson Generously Creates New Scholarship

A generous gift from alumnus and longtime faculty member George Johanson establishes the Phyllis and George Johanson Endowed Scholarship

Chris G Maples, Interim President, Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)

Welcome Dr. Christopher Maples, Interim President!

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.

Oregon Business Features Nandini Ranganathan's Ambitious Disinformation Project

Addressing "one of the most pressing problems of our time, the dissemination of misinformation over social media," Ranganathan launches the Disinformation Project

Feedback Loop: Emily Ginsburg's new solo exhibition

Emily Ginsburg, artist and Chair of Media Arts at PNCA, opens an expansive solo exhibition at PCC's North View Gallery

State of Wonder features Garrick Imatani's collaborative project, Witness

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.