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Pacific Northwest College of Art  Online Magazine  Portland, OR

Tagged: Creativity Works Here


Keep Up with Construction

The BUILDING blog tracks PNCA’s campus expansion with a vision of a new campus centered on Portland’s North Park Blocks.  Jul 25, 2013


Always a Part of the PNCA Community

Five alumni speak to the significance of the relationships they formed as students at PNCA.  Mar 01, 2013


Clean Beaches Design Initiative

Collaborative Design students issue challenge for clean beaches.  Nov 09, 2012


Design Build 2012: Community Building through a Community Building

Incoming MFA in Applied Craft and Design spend ten days constructing a community bike hub for North Portland's New Columbia neighborhood.  Sep 26, 2012


Arnold Kemp Awarded Guggenheim

MFA in Visual Studies Chair Arnold J. Kemp is awarded a Fellowship in Fine Arts from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.  Apr 27, 2012


Accumulating Movement

Takahiro Yamamoto, MFA '13, is the recipient of a high-profile scholarship to ImPulsTanz. Without exaggerating, it's a life changing opportunity.  Apr 12, 2012


By Her Bootstraps

For her thesis, illustration student Sarah Cloutier '12 constructs mobile "Bootstrap" homes for the homeless population in Portland.  Apr 02, 2012


Day In and Day Out

With hard work and a savvy eye for Portland design, Caesy Oney '08 puts Draught Dry Goods on the map.  Mar 05, 2012


Building the Bike of the Future

Three Applied Craft and Design students spent their summer vacation designing the ultimate utility bike for art students.  Nov 09, 2011


An Ecology of Murals

Painting alumnus Esteban Camacho Steffensen '11 takes environmental advocacy to the streets with his murals.  Nov 01, 2011


Design/Build 2011: “I read a book one day and my whole life was changed.”

Transforming lives:
incoming Applied Craft and Design students give residents of a Portland juvenile detention center a place to be among books.  Oct 05, 2011


Project Hope

Faculty members Arvie Smith and Barry Sanders and a band of PNCA students bring the transformative power of creative practice to incarcerated teenagers.  Feb 07, 2011