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Laura Hughes MFA ‘10: Almost Perfect

Chair of PNCA's Low Residency MFA in Visual Studies opens new exhibition at Linfield College Gallery

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Lions of PNCA: Louis Bunce

This January, the Hallie Ford Museum will mount an exhibition of work by one of the lions of the PNCA/Museum Art School community, Louis Bunce. Louis Bunce: Dialogue with Modernism opens January 21 and features 49 paintings drawn from collections all over the United States.

Victor Maldonado featured in 1859

Assistant Professor Victor Maldonado is currently featured in 1859 magazine. He talks about his long-term performance project as Blue Demon, a Mexican lucha libre or freedom fighter.

Congratulations to RACC Project Grant Awardees

Congratulations are in order for the many alumni and members of our faculty who were awarded RACC Project Grants!

Maxx Martinez and Angelica Millán celebrate their award for CVLLEJERX

Congratulations Precipice Fund Grant Winners!

Big congratulations to all of the PNCA faculty, alumni, and students who were awarded Precipice Fund Grants at Portland Institute for Contemporary Art. One of the things that makes PNCA special is the amount of work that students and faculty do outside of the classroom, going above and beyond, and making space and opportunity for other artists in the community. These projects are exemplary of the hard work and generosity of the PNCA community. 

Rose Bond's projected video animations for the Oregon Symphony's Turangalîla

Rose Bond’s Vision for Turangalîla

Rose Bond, lead faculty of our Animated Arts program, has worked for a year with a team of student and alumni animators to create immersive projected animations in the Schnitzer concert hall for the Oregon Symphony's December 2016 performance of Messiaen’s Turangalîla.

Israel Lund ‘11 at Lumber Room

Portland's Lumber Room is presenting an exhibition by alumnus Israel Lund '11.

This Is Not For You//Esto no es para ti,

This weekend at S1, an artist-run project space co-founded by alumnus Alex Ian Smith, Pochas Radicales presents This Is Not For You//Esto no es para ti, with installation, music, lecture, poetry, and performance.

Nat Turner Project

Interview with Melanie Stevens and maximiliano about Nat Turner Project (NTP), they're a rogue, student-run, defiantly un-official space that exclusively shows work by artists of color.