Poster design courtesy of FISK.

Design Lecture Series: Bernadette Little (adidas)

Feb 9 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

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Mediatheque at PNCA

Or register via eventbrite to attend online. We'll send you a link.

Undergraduate Lectures

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

Bernadette Little is an artist, illustrator, and designer who currently works as a senior art director at Studio A, an internal digital content creation arm of adidas. She believes vehemently in the transformative power of education, the arts, and the promotion of creative thinking in all fields.

As children’s lit scholar Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop writes, the arts can serve as both a window into possibilities and a mirror of realities. Bernadette believes creative expression is vital for communities to visualize their potential, to process the now…and to lay the fertile ground to get from one to the other.

When not working, you can find Bernadette painting murals around the PDX area, sketching, experimenting with photography, engulfed in music, and collaborating with other artists.

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Wednesday, 2/9, 6:30pm PST

PNCA Students, Faculty, and Staff are warmly invited to join us in person, in the first-floor Mediatheque!

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FREE and open to all online!

Reserve a spot via Eventbrite, and we’ll send you a reminder and the link to watch the livestream on YouTube!

The PNCA Design Lecture Series launched in Fall 2016 as a way to open our doors and minds to the broad and vibrant possibilities in our field. We’re welcoming designers exploring what design can be and do to share their work and what moves them, in a series of student-driven conversations with faculty and friends.

Presented by PNCA Graphic Design in collaboration with FISK.

Hear more news from the PNCA Design community, including our Friday Five Q+A series, design events, and inspiring student work, at https://pnca.edu/news/bfa/graphic-design or by following us on instagram @PNCADesign.

To see more from Bernadette, follow @youcancallmebernie on instagram, and visit her website youcancallmebernie.com.

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