Design Week Portland + PNCA 2018
March 21, 2018
Pacific Northwest College of Art's BFA Design department, MFA in Collaborative Design / MA in Design Systems, and MFA in Applied Craft + Design programs are honored to be hosting several events during the 2018 Design Week Portland festival.
Locations will include our main campus in the NW of downtown Portland, Oregon, and the AC+D studios across the river in the NE.
Festivities kick off Saturday, April 14, and will run through the next Sunday, April 22. For a full schedule of events and details go here.
PNCA Hosted Events
Monday, April 16 @ PNCA's Main Campus, 511 NW Broadway
- One City: Many Futures 6pm to 8pm
Tuesday, April 17 @ PNCA's Main Campus, 511 NW Broadway
- Pacific Northwest College of Art Open House 4pm to 7pm
Wednesday, April 18 @ PNCA's Main Campus, 511 NW Broadway
- MFA in Collaborative Design/MA in Design Systems' Fuck Up Night 8pm to 9pm
- PDX Creative Women Unite 5pm to 8pm
Thursday, April 19 @ the Bison Building, NE 10th Ave
About Design Week Portland
Design Week Portland is a week-long, city-wide series of programs exploring the process, craft, and practice of design across all disciplines. Our mission is to increase appreciation and awareness about design and its far-reaching effects on matters of cultural and social relevance, including community development, education systems, and the economy. Learn more ⟶
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