PNCA Featured in Story on Resilience of Art Schools
August 08, 2018
Bloomberg includes PNCA alongside RISD and MCAD in their story on the resilience of colleges of art and design in the face of enrollment pressures facing institutions of higher learning. As PNCA brings in its largest freshman class ever for Fall 2018, the article points to a reason why: "Artists and designers are happier and have more life satisfaction because they are doing something that they are passionate about, that they love, and oh, by the way, they are also making money." Alumni success is a strong reason more students are considering art school. "We paid a lot of attention to how do you take great creativity and apply it to the larger world," Tuski said in an interview for the piece.
We're excited to welcome Garrick Imatani as our new Foundation Chair!
Bloomberg includes PNCA alongside RISD and MCAD in their story on the resilience of colleges of art and design.
Chair of the Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies, Aeron Bergman is one half an artist duo with Alejandra Salinas. Next week they present a collaborative project entitled Be a Pattern for the World at The Great Poor Farm Experiment.
Yen Hoang and Hannah Nissen designed a set of posters for Oregon Public House's non-profit partners through PNCA's Center for Art and Design. Launch party tonight.
PNCA Design student Tazha Williams is one of three artists and designers featured in Art & Power: Activating Social Change at Unite Oregon, presented by the Regional Arts & Culture Council.