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2017 BFA Thesis Exhibition

May 21, 2017 – Jun 16, 2017

THIS EVENT IS OVER

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Thesis work by Jourdan Simmonds '17.

PNCA congratulates the graduating class of 2017 and invites the public to view their thesis works. The 2017 Thesis Exhibitions feature the work of nearly 100 BFA graduates in ten disciplines: Animated Arts, Communication Design, Illustration, Intermedia, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Video and Sound, and Writing.

The BFA Thesis Exhibition will feature projects ranging from children’s clothing lines to video-mapped installations and everything in between. Viewers can expect to see paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, design projects, artist’s publications, videos, digital works, and installations.

A First Thursday reception will take place June 1, 6–9 pm.

Don’t miss the following graduate Thesis Exhibitions:

MFA in Visual Studies Thesis Exhibition
MFA in Collaborative Design Capstone Exhibition
MFA in Applied Craft and Design Practicum Exhibition
MFA in Print Media Capstone Exhibition

About the Bachelor of Fine Arts The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at PNCA prepares students for careers in their chosen artistic discipline or for succeeding in graduate programs in fine and design arts. PNCA’s curriculum features an intensive studio experience, beginning with a grounding in basic techniques, progressing through periods of innovation and critical study, and culminating in the development of an independent style. During their first year, students take foundation courses which provide the depth of understanding necessary for critical thinking and creative expression. Liberal Arts courses balance the program with cultural and historical offerings, while providing the basic requirements for the BFA degree. For more information, visit the PNCA website.

Details

511 Building - Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design

511 NW Broadway
Portland, Oregon, 97209   [map]
503.226.4391

Free and open to the public. Exhibition continues at the Falcon Building at 321 NW Glisan Street.

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