A solo exhibition by MFA in Visual Studies student Diego Morales-Portillo of objects that collect events and specific modes of violence carried out during the operations of the CIA and the US Army towards various countries around the world after WWII.
Tina Snow Le is an artist creating digital brand experiences, graphic language, and multi-media art inspired by stories of the under-represented. The Design Lecture Series welcomes regional design thinkers to share their work and what moves them.
Calling all PNCA and Museum Art School Alumni!
We hope you’ll join us for your PNCA Reunion Saturday, November 10th for an evening of community, conversation, memories, and celebration. Maybe it’s been one year since you walked across the stage at graduation. Maybe it’s been fifty. Perhaps you thought your PNCA days were over? Well, we’re here to tell you that school is back in session! Get ready for another PNCA party, more art walks, and classes (minus the homework) at this year’s Alumni Reunion.
You can expect drinks, dinner, performances, and more to honor and celebrate YOU, our Alumni community. Best of all, it’s free for 2018 graduates!
Director and artist Ai Weiwei details and explores the global refugee crisis. The film is taken to over 20 countries to understand both the scale and the personal impact of this massive human migration.
Come explore at the International Education Week’s Culture Fair! Learn about the many different cultures that exist within the PNCA community. International food and interactive activities will be available.
The MFA in Visual Studies program in collaboration with Disjecta Contemporary Arts Center is excited to welcome the Disjecta 2018-19 Curator in Residence, Suzy Halajian, as part of the 2018 Visiting Artist Lecture Series.