Nick's illustrations were commissioned for a book that recently won second place in the Colorado Independent Publishers Association International Award competition.
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) brings provocative and pivotal thinkers, designers, and artists from all over the country to Portland for the 2017–18 PNCA Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
One of the most important artists of color in the Pacific Northwest, Smith entered art school at PNCA at the age of 42, and after graduate school returned to become an influential educator.
In the August 2017 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine, PNCA's newest minor, Art and Ecology, was highlighted along with discussing the importance of arts education curricula.
We'd like to congratulate Melanie Stevens and Aruni Dharmakirthi who have been selected for Centrum’s 2017 Emerging Artist Residency.
Animated Arts senior, Pamela Guest, has been selected for a Princess Grace Award in support of her thesis film, Asi Somos.
"What About the Future of Afro?" is an in interview with Associate Professor, artist, and curator Modou Dieng.
Congratulations to alumna Molly Mendoza on the completion of a mural commission for Fresh Paint.
Big congratulations to almnus Demian DinéYazhi´ who was selected to receive the 2017 Brink Award, the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle announced today.
Andrew Newell has been awarded one of International Sculpture Center's 2017 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards.
Shannon Gormley reviews our MFA Exhibitions for the Willamette Week in a piece entitled, "PNCA’s MFA Exhibits Have A Lot To Say."
Through PNCA's Art and Science Initiative, four Art + Science STEAM Student Educators have collaborated with PNCA faculty and OMSI staff to develop a weeklong summer camp for grades 8-12.
On Sunday, May 21, 2017, commencement ceremonies were held for our 2017 undergraduate and graduate classes. Join us in congratulating and welcoming PNCA new alumni!
Every year, each department awards outstanding students merit scholarships based on their performance during the academic year.
Congratulations to this selection of great artists from both within and outside of the PNCA community!
In early spring, PNCA's Technology Department launched a contest for student art submissions. The submissions would be judged and winners would receive a Wacom Pro Pen!
Congratulations to PNCA’s Art and Science Initiative Awardees for their work with various partner organizations this semester.
Alumna Susan Seubert has been invited to participate in Personal Structures, a collateral exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
MFA in Visual Studies alumnus Takahiro Yamamoto presents Direct Path To Detour, a new dance work by the Portland-based choreographer.
McGeady Faculty Development Fund awards made to Abra Ancliffe and Stephen Slappe support ambitious research projects
Iris Williamson and John Knight open Williamson | Knight with an inaugural performance and installation by PNCA artists angélica maria millán lozano and Laura Medina.
PNCA welcomes attendees from the 2017 NCECA Conference, the annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts.