PNCA Alumni at Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts
June 25, 2018
Congratulations to all of our alumni who were juried into and participated in the 2018 Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts.
The focus exhibition this year was Layers: The Evolving Art of 3D Printing. Alumnus, Josh Hughes was an invited artist, delivering the opening day Artist's Talk, and showing a number of his 3D printed works. Alumna Barbara Kinzle, who works at Form3D one of Portland's leading 3D fabrication shops, gave a talk on 3D scanning.
Jenna Reineking and Nick Patton took their Tumblewheel Studios to the Festival for three days of art workshops. Tumblewheel is a 2001 Bluebird school bus they are converting into a traveling art classroom and maker space.
Patton had work in the juried exhibition, Artist's Vision. Andrew Newell, Matthew Berger, and Mazey Moon collaborated on a sculpture (above) made out of discarded 3D prints. Julian Voss-Andre and Lindsey Rhodes also had work in the festival.
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