Pacific Northwest College of Art
Museum of Contemporary Craft

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MFA Visual Studies Thesis Exhibition

May 22, 2011 – Jun 18, 2011



The MFA in Visual Studies proudly graduates 13 students and presents their thesis work, the culmination of two years of multi-disciplinary and mentor-based study, in a special exhibition at the Goldsmith Building in Old Town Portland.

The exhibition features thesis work by Lindsay AuCoin, Ray Barrett, Eric Boucher, Kathryn Dunbar, Daniel Glendening, Gianna Goodrich, Bryson Hansen, Carl Klimt, Elizabeth Malaska, Ruta Perzynska, Tyler Stuart, Samantha Wall and Michael Welsh.

A First Thursday reception will be held June 2, 6–9 pm.

View more information about:
2011 Commencement Ceremony
BFA Thesis Exhibition
MFA in Applied Craft and Design Practicum Exhibition

About the MFA in Visual Studies
PNCA’s Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies is a multi-disciplinary and mentor-based program. Its flexible character allows students to work within a singular discipline or to pursue a combined practice that bridges disciplines and media. This generalist structure compliments PNCA’s educational philosophy of supporting independent inquiry and encouraging cross-disciplinary dialog. Students also benefit from a dynamic national and international roster of visiting artists and designers. Learn more about the MFA in Visual Studies on the PNCA website.



Goldsmith Blocks

34 NW 5th Ave
Portland, OR, 97209   [map]

Open Thursday–Sunday, 12–6 pm


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