PAGE SPACE, or PNCA Alumni Gallery and Exhibition Space, is an alumni group dedicated to supporting alumni and their continuing artistic practice by showcasing artwork and projects. It is a hub for the alumni community to connect, and to connect with and support PNCA students, faculty, and staff through common interests. PAGE SPACE also gives the alumni community artistic expression by producing talks, lectures and events.
PAGE SPACE is an official PNCA alumni group, but it is not housed within any a permanent space. Rather, it utilizes various different locations, on and off the Willamette and PNCA campus’, both real and/or virtual, to connect with alumni and friends and with the broader community.
PAGE Space is currently curated and managed by alum, Lauren Stumpf ‘16 MFA VS.
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UNLIMITED, Alumni Salon Show!
Unlimited is an annual spotlight in PNCA’s alumni exhibition programming. Aiming to highlight a broad range of alumni who bring their unique perspective from their united education and roots, this show includes PNCA artists and designers from across the decades in a variety of media. As an open call exhibition, Unlimited gives an opportunity to showcase together our alumni community, and to give students, faculty, staff, and the wider community an opportunity to view the continuing expression and artistic practice of our alumni.
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Caption: UNLIMITED 2020, Hannah Bakken, "Words to that Effect," Letterpress prints on Mohawk Vellum 100# cover mounted on found property sign backings from Eastern Oregon with accompanying digital print, 11" x 9" on boards of variable dimensions, 13.5" x 17.5" digital print (framed)
Alumni Salon Show
As a virtual, open call exhibition, Unlimited 2020 gave an opportunity to showcase alumni who work in the Portland area alongside alumni working throughout the world. Running October 2020, with over 80 alumni artists, designers, and creators participating without size or media restrictions, and for the first time we were able to include video and animation.