Saturday-Sunday, 12–4 PM by appointment only. Please email email@example.com to schedule. Networks of (Be)longing explores relational traces embedded within and structuring artistic networks. The installations, publications, and videos of Canaries collective, Rami George, Tabitha Nikolai, and Mengda Zhang disclose structures of care, communality, labor-relations, and familial ties bound by tensions and desires. Curated by Laurel V. McLaughlin. Co-presented with Converge 45.
15 Oct – 18 Dec
(see also:) variable performances of a well-designed site index exhibit dates: October 15 - December 18 online exhibition | pnca.edu...Read More
The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies Lecture Series welcomes Chicago-based artist Modou Dieng on November 4th, 2020, 6:30 pm. Modou will be in conversation with PNCA faculty Sharita Towne and Matthew Letzelter. The conversation can be seen on Zoom or PNCA’s Youtube Live Channel.
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Erik Carter is a graphic designer, art director, and educator running an independent practice based in NYC. Erik is known for his writing on typography, book and cover design, along with motion graphics and AR work. Much of his work incorporates video game culture and social commentary. He’s previously worked as an art director at Google, as a senior designer at MTV, and as art director for The New York Times.
He’ll be joining in conversation with students, faculty, and design community members for our Design Panel Series on Wednesday, 11/18, at 12:30pm PST.
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Forms of Care: Building the Worlds We Need is a fully online two-day symposium featuring artists, designers, scholars, and activists from Portland, Oregon and beyond showcasing the creativity and resilience of our communities.
Nov 20 – Nov 21
On December 2, at 6:30PM PST, the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies Lecture Series welcomes Chicago-based designer and educator Norman Teague.
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Leah Maldonado is a visual designer and self-proclaimed analytical freakazoid” who pushes design limits with her candid style, creating expressionist type and narrative design that celebrates shared emotional and cultural experiences. She’ll be in conversation with students, faculty, and design community members for the final event in our Fall 2020 Design Panel Series, on Wednesday, 11/18, at 12:30pm PST.
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM