The 2022 Graduate Symposium: “Do-It-Yourself/Do-It-Ourselves” will explore DIY histories, practices, and counter-publics and their roles in fashioning culture.
Currently on view across three locations in Portland’s Pearl District, PNCA’s MFA Thesis Exhibitions are the culmination of two years of intensive creative practice.
The artists in Mesh collectively delve into connections to land and to community, pushing back against colonizing forces, and reclaiming their own narratives and power.
Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism feeds into the repeated use of Kahlo and Rivera’s work, and the mythology of their romantic relationship, as shorthand for an entire era.
Artist and writer Bean Gilsdorf administered a 16-question survey to Portland-based visual artists, sheds light on the financial and psychological precarity experienced by local art makers.
For more than 100 years, Pacific Northwest College of Art has served as a dynamic creative center for emerging artists, designers, and cultural producers.
PNCA is a dynamic creative center for emerging artists, writers, and scholars located in Portland, Oregon, an innovative city surrounded by natural beauty.
The vibrant pigment, created accidentally in 2009 by chemists at Oregon State University, is now commercially available.
Applications are open for MFA and MA programs at PNCA’s Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies. The priority deadline is February 1, 2021.
Both US Presidents have been highly criticized for their expansionist agendas and their racist and genocidal policies targeting Indigenous people.
Artists and activists on social media responded to the Department of Justice’s announcement by ridiculing, and sometimes proudly embracing, the new label.
The Trump Statue Initiative, which makes temporary monuments mocking the president, staged its latest series in Portland, concurrent with the protests there and the federal government’s violent response.