The MFA Collaborative Design hosts Open Studios on Thursday, December 7, and opens PNCA's new SHARE Space, a project by MFA Collaborative Design and MA Design Systems students. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni welcome the public for drinks, snacks, and tours of the Collaborative Design studios throughout the evening.
We'd like to congratulate Rose Bond, lead of PNCA's Animated Arts program and Foundations instructor, on her upcoming retrospective screening at the NW Film Center on December 7, 2018, 7:00pm, at the Portland Art Museum's Whitsell Auditorium.
Congratulations to MFA Applied Craft + Design candidate Jason Rens on being awarded the Public Art + Land Use Project.
Founding Chair of PNCA's MFA in VIsual Studies, MK Guth, has curated an exhibition titled Replacing Place at Anytime Dept in Cincinnati November 10—December 4, 2017.
PNCA alumni do amazing things. You launch new projects investigating the intersection between humor and contemporary art. You believe so strongly that art and design can make a difference that you set up a website to connect designers to opportunities and organizations with missions you can get behind. You're brave and bold enough to put your work in front of strangers. And you're making waves every day in your communities and across the country.
Heidi Schwegler, MFA in Applied Craft + Design Chair, curates an exhibition of AC+D students and mentors past and present to be exhibited at The Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago on November 2-5, 2017.
Animated Arts major, Pamela Guest awarded Princess Grace Foundation’s Steven Hillenburg Scholarship in Animation
Lead Faculty of Art History at PNCA, Laurel Reed Pavic, reviews Alison Saar's exhibition Crepuscular Blue for Oregon ArtsWatch.
We'd like to extend our congratulations to PNCA alumnus and Professor Emeritus Arvie Smith for receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award as part of the newly relaunched 2017 Governor’s Arts Awards.