Student works on view at Blue Sky Gallery
June 05, 2019
Congratulations to Photography majors Hannah Hazen, Jessica Mitchell, Scott King, and Kia Tiakamori-Tihada, who have work on view in the PNCA Community Drawer as part of the Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers program at Blue Sky Gallery through Fall of 2019. This nationally recognized photography gallery is just down the North Park Blocks from PNCA at 122 NW 8th Avenue.
Kia Tiakamori-Tihada, "Sky Abstraction" 2019, from the series Space Abstraction
This is a juried, public archive of original prints. These students' works are part of a larger program that has displayed works by more than 60 artists based in Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana over the years. The Drawers are available to approximately 25,000 visitors annually.
Jessica Mitchell, "Clowning Crownpoint" 2019, from the series Please Don't Twist on MeHannah Hazen, "Still LIfe 42" 2019, from the series Harold's Hazing
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