The Voices of PNCA — 2011
Luke Fuller, a BFA painting major at PNCA, will be heading to Shah Alam, Malaysia this Fall, on exchange to the Universiti Teknologi Mara. He will be the first PNCA student to take part in this exciting exchange. Luke previously spent a year in India carrying out a Service Learning Project, so this will be his second experience living abroad.
Throughout the Laurie Herrick: Weaving Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Craft, five contemporary artists will participate in Museum residencies, creating personal responses to Herrick’s patterns and adding to this traveling exhibition. Using this blog as a portal, the artists respond to their time within the Museum, making work and engaging with visitors to the exhibition.
PNCA faculty member Modou Dieng introduces five students to an urban African setting through PNCA’s international study program Global Studios: Dakar, Senegal. These students will blog about experiences of cultural engagement, finding inspiration through contemporary art from Africa and the examination of global issues through participation in community events.
Undergraduate student Nathan Henry-Silva ’12, blogs on his experience working with PNCA’s Director of Institutional Research Gus Baum and the President’s office on PNCA’s developing sustainability initiative. Moving back and forth between this historical look at sustainability, and reflections and ruminations on his personal experience working on the project, Nathan will track his investigations.
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