The MFA in Visual Studies program in collaboration with PICA's TBA Festival and Adams and Ollman Gallery are pleased to welcome Vagina Davis for a performance at PICA Hancock on September 12th at 6:30pm.
Aiming to highlight a plethora of alumni, this show will feature the wonderfully broad range of artists and designers that PNCA has graduated over the years. We are excited to host Unlimited in PNCA’s light filled Atrium this year where the open architecture of the space will frame alumni artwork in exciting new ways.
Guest Scholar C. Riley Snorton (Professor of English and Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Chicago) will present a lecture on his current research at the intersection of Black, Africana, trans, queer, and performance studies. A distinguished interdisciplinary scholar and writer, Snorton is the author of Nobody is Supposed to Know: Black Sexuality on the Down Low and Black on Both Sides: A Racial History of Trans Identity. Co-presented with PICA as part of the TBA Festival.
Calling all PNCA students, faculty, staff, and alumni: join us for the annual Welcome Back BBQ as we kick off the Fall semester and welcome PNCA’s largest incoming class in years! Enjoy great music, delicious food, refreshing beer, Ruby Jewell ice cream, Yo’s coffee truck, and a special surprise from President Don Tuski. Don’t miss this chance to reconnect with friends and meet new people.
Event sponsored by PNCA Student Life with help from the Alumni Council.
Join us for a panel discussion by Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian visual artists as they present their work addressing the complexities of contemporary Native life and Native identity.