Works by three PNCA students were selected for the 2015 Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Competition in New York.
Molly Mendoza’s works “Saturn” and “My Line Our Vibe” (ink and digital color), Alyssa Van Hulle’s “Sami School” (ink and digital color) and Cate Andrews’ “Cover Redesign for ‘Gathering Blue’” (ink and digital manipulation).
Every year since 1981 the Society has held the Student Scholarship Competition. Approximately three hundred works are chosen from more than 9,000 entries submitted by illustration professors nationwide. A jury of professional peers, including illustrators and art directors, selects the most outstanding works created throughout the year. Pieces are accepted based on the quality of technique, concept, and skill of medium used. From the Society’s endowment, and through generous contributions from private and corporate donors, scholarship awards are granted to about 25 students. In the last 30 years, the Society has awarded over $1,500,000 to deserving students in this unique competition.
Scholarship awards will be announced in the coming weeks, with the opening reception taking place at the Gallery of American Illustration in NYC in May. The show will be on display through the beginning of June.
PNCA alumnus Cris Moss ‘99 has been appointed Director of U of O’s premier Portland exhibition space, the White Box gallery. Read more…
Classes start Monday, February 2, 2015 in the newly renovated Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design. Read more…
Work which illuminates the past of Old Town by Laura Heit. Read more…
Ellen Lesperance, faculty member, has received a grant from the Art Matters Foundation. Read more…
Anna Lensch is a sophomore illustration student making her second debut on the cover of a stem cell journal called, Stem Cell Reports, published by Cell Press.
Launching tomorrow: MFA in Collaborative Design class project with Hack Oregon makes campaign finance data accessible and easy to understand. Read more…
President Tom Manley interviewed about the power of creativity and PNCA’s new campus. Read more…
The many PNCA programs, panels, and performances for Design Week Portland. Read more…
John Summerson (‘15) has been awarded the $5000 grand prize in LG’s Art of the Pixel competition. Read more…
Finalists for the 2015 Contemporary Northwest Art Awards include PNCA alumna and instructor Samantha Wall MFA ‘11 and faculty member, Ellen Lesperance. Read more…
M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust encourages final stretch donations to PNCA’s capital campaign with top-off challenge grant. Read more…
PNCA’s renovation of its new home, The Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design, is taking giant steps towards completion. The Portland Business Journal recently did a photo tour and captured some of the beautiful details.
PNCA student John Summerson is one of the recently named Princess Grace award winners and then late last week LG Electronics announced Summerson as a finalist in its Art of the Pixel new-media competition. read more
President Tom Manley spoke about public/private partnerships in real estate at the Better Bricks awards breakfast. Read more…
The PNCA Community is saddened by the loss of Ken Shores, who passed away yesterday. Read more…
President Tom Manley was a recent guest columnist at The Oregonian where he spoke about prioritizing creative making, tinkering, and innovation.
Luminaries and a greater number of supporters than ever enjoyed a very special evening at PNCA’s signature annual fundraising event. Read more…
Big news recently for PNCA’s residence hall ArtHouse, awarded LEED silver certification and included as DJC Top Project, 2014. Read more…
PNCA welcomes accomplished interdisciplinary artist Peter Simensky who’s taught in the nation’s top art programs. Read more…
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