Twilight Talk: Herman D’Hooge
March 14, 2017
Herman D'Hooge is a strategist, innovator, intrapreneur, leader, and Sr. Principal Engineer at Intel with 32 years of experience. Herman has a well-earned reputation as thought leader and change agent who persistently pushes boundaries. He is a self-starter, risk taker, dot-connector, pioneer and approachable leader, as well as a devoted mentor and teacher.
Herman is a leading proponent for the design of smart cities, which he defines as "a city that takes advantage of information and communication technologies to reduce or eliminate inefficiencies in its urban infrastructure to deliver a safer, healthier, economically prosperous and environmentally sustainable environment where its citizens enjoy a high quality of life. While it’s easy to get stuck talking about technology specifics, in the end the “smart city” concept is really about a vision for society and new ways in which cities can deliver value to those who choose to live in them. Smart cities is also about making citizens smarter by providing them tools and giving them access to the city’s data for increased engagement and broader active participation with the planning and the operations of their city.”
We are thrilled to announce Pacific Northwest College of Art's 2023 MFA Thesis Exhibition!
On view across three locations in downtown Portland, Oregon May 4 ~ May 21, 2023
Please join us for a First Thursday Opening Reception on May 4 from 5pm - 8pm!
Feb 22 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Stuart Getty is a writer and brand strategist with 15 years’ experience leading teams and storytelling. With a love for strategic communication and branding, Stuart is also a filmmaker (TEDx, Portland Film Festival and Oregon Room at Sundance) and leads with an emphasis on authentic storytelling and emotional connection.
The Collaborative Design program was so excited to host renowned designer Rehanah Spence who gave a lecture on the span of her career trajectory.
Lecture presented by PNCA’s MFA in Collaborative Design + MA in Design Systems programs
Feb 8th, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies is thrilled to welcome humanitarian designer, architect, theorist, activist and artist Nashin Mahtani!
December 1, 2021
6:30pm - 8:00pm