Faculty & Facilities

Our faculty and staff of acclaimed artists push you to make exceptional work. And you have access to every tool in every lab and studio throughout the campus from the video editing suites, 3D fabrication shops, and high end printers, to video editing suites and our Make+Think+Code art and technology lab.


Kristin Bradshaw

Program Head for General Fine Arts


Kristin P. Bradshaw conducts poetic investigations and observations through writing, letterpress, collage, photography, and sound recording. Her current critical inquiries converge around fragmentation, the tension between immediacy and accessibility in the experience of poetic and visual works, and the state of the word in contemporary visual culture. Her poems have appeared in the New Orleans Review, New American Poetry, Chase Park, and No: a Journal of the Arts. She is a graduate of Brown University’s Literary Arts MFA program, and holds an MA in Religion from the Divinity School at Yale University. She is Associate Professor at Pacific Northwest College of Art teaching in Creative Writing, Intermedia, and the MFA Print Media programs and the Department Head of BFA Creative Writing. Burning Deck’s release of her first book, Apologies, in October 2014, followed the 2005 chapbook, “The Difficult Nature of Contemplation” (Percival House).

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Traditional and state-of-the-art digital tools support production of your work

3D Studios

The 3D Studios feature a newly updated ceramic studio with three new kilns, including an oversized kiln, an extensive woodshop with several lathes, a plaster and slipcast moldmaking facility, a welding and metalworking area, machines and tools for soft sculpture, and glass kilns for fusing and slumping, plus our new Potterbot ceramic 3D printer. The 3D Studios welcome experimentation and individual learning supported by expert shop techs.


The Lab provides the catalyst to build and foster a culture of peer-learning, cross-disciplinary collaborations, and mentoring and ensures access to technology and expertise to the community. Make+Think+Code will develop a diverse and inclusive community of students and professionals fluent in current and future technologies prepared to succeed and thrive in a networked world with ever-changing and ubiquitous technology.

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All resources are available to you

Every door is open to you. All of the tools in all of the labs across campus are available for your making.

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