On November 19 and 20, Speculative Futures: Art, AI, and Digital Worldmaking will consider how artists render algorithmic harms visible and imagine just outcomes.
Pacific Northwest College of Art
PNCA’s Graduate Programs Support Experimental, Interdisciplinary, Collaborative Creative Practices
For more than 100 years, Pacific Northwest College of Art has served as a dynamic creative center for emerging artists, designers, and cultural producers.
Print, Write, and Publish in Graduate Programs at Pacific Northwest College of Art
PNCA is a dynamic creative center for emerging artists, writers, and scholars located in Portland, Oregon, an innovative city surrounded by natural beauty.
Experimental, Interdisciplinary, Collaborative: Explore Graduate Programs at Pacific Northwest College of Art
Applications are open for MFA and MA programs at PNCA’s Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies. The priority deadline is February 1, 2021.
Pacific Northwest College of Art Hosts an Online Symposium on Mutual Aid and Community Care
On November 20 and 21, Forms of Care: Building the Worlds We Need will explore the intersections of art, design, technology, critical race theory, disability studies, and activism.
Pacific Northwest College of Art Hosts a Graduate Symposium on Art and Environmental Justice
A two-day interdisciplinary symposium from November 22-23, 2019, to promote dialogue on the interplay of environmentalism, social justice, design, education, and the arts.
In Wake of Protests, Pacific Northwest College of Art Suspends a Master’s Program
Six days before the start of the fall semester at Pacific Northwest College of Art, a group of Master’s candidates and professors received an email from the dean of students informing them that their program was suspended and they would not be teaching or studying as planned.
Treatment of Adjuncts Spurs Protests at Pacific Northwest College of Art
Students and teachers at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon, protested on campus this week, demanding that adjunct professors be rehired with contracts after some of the college’s most influential educators were unceremoniously left out of next semester’s class schedule.
Why the Closing of the Museum of Contemporary Craft Is a Major Loss
The next time you find yourself hate-reading a fawning profile of a photogenic young Brooklyn potter whose hot-pink-rimmed wares are transforming the “stuffy world of ceramics into a cool new craft” (or something to that effect), navigate yourself away from there, and instead visit the website of the Museum of Contemporary Craft.