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Pacific Northwest College of Art
Center for Contemporary Art and Culture

Upcoming Events

Feb 27, 2018

Jerry McGill MA in Critical Studies Lecture

Jerry McGill MA in Critical Studies Lecture

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

The MA in Critical Studies program welcomes Jerry McGill. Author Jerry McGill will be speaking about his book Dear Marcus. This lecture is part of the Critical Studies MA Program lecture series, which seeks out diverse writers and thinkers to involve the community in critically engaging topics.

Mar 15, 2018

Harry Dodge Lecture

Harry Dodge Lecture

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

MFA in Visual Studies is pleased to have New York based artist and writer Harry Dodge as part of their Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

Harry Dodge is an American sculptor, performer, video artist, and writer, whose interdisciplinary practice is characterized by its explorations of relation, materiality, and the unnamable with a special focus on ecstatic contamination.

Mar 16, 2018

Maggie Nelson MA in Critical Studies Lecture

Maggie Nelson MA in Critical Studies Lecture

6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

The MA in Critical Studies program welcomes Maggie Nelson. Maggie Nelson will be talking about her writing and research. This lecture is part of the Critical Studies MA Program lecture series, which seeks out diverse writers and thinkers to involve the community in critically engaging topics.

Apr 11, 2018

 Walidah Imarisha Critical Studies MA Lecture and book signing

Walidah Imarisha Critical Studies MA Lecture and book signing

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

The Critical Studies MA Program welcomes Walidah Imarisha. Walidah Imarisha will be lecturing about her writing and research. This event will include a reception and book signing.This lecture is part of the Critical Studies MA Program lecture series, which seeks out diverse writers and thinkers to involve the community in critically engaging topics.

Apr 26, 2018

Paul Mpagi Sepuya Lecture

Paul Mpagi Sepuya Lecture

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

MFA Visual Studies is excited to welcome New York based Paul Mpagi Sepuya as part of their Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

Paul Mpagi Sepuya’s color photographs demonstrate his active engagement with the history and process of portraiture, as well as his experiments with framing, cropping, and editing. Sepuya portrays young men in his community, making visible the relationships and intimacy between himself and his subjects. By inviting his subjects into his studio space, Sepuya adds his presence to the photographs, even from behind the camera. His naturalistic photographs capture friends, male nudes, and life in the studio. Often Sepuya arranges and re-photographs his prints, collaging two-dimensional works with the objects and people around him. This gesture depicts the artist’s studio as a site where life and art intersect.