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Five Portland Colleges Come Together for PNCA Show

PNCA’s new building is to show a juried undergraduate exhibition from five different colleges and universities.

  • By Cervante Pope
  • Published 03/31/2015
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A First First Thursday for PNCA's New Home

Spring has sprung early in Portland and First Thursday invites art lovers to take to the surprisingly unsoaked streets. We've got six gallery picks—one of them at PNCA's brand new 511 Building.

  • By Rene Bermudez
  • Published 03/03/2015
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Will PNCA’s Landmark New HQ Spark a Renaissance in Old Town?

We take a look at the transformation of Portland's first post office into the growing art school's beating heart.

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 02/03/2015
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Exclusive First Look: Inside PNCA's Stunning New Building by Allied Works

We get a tour of the college's new central hub—set to open in January—and are the first to see the atrium lit by the incredible skylight.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 10/09/2014
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Sept. First Thursday Gallery Guide

A new gallery launches in the Pearl, PNCA gets uncomfortable, TBA spreads the art around, and the art museum showcases Oregon's most significant photographer.

  • By Nathan Tucker and Portland Monthly Staff
  • Published 09/05/2013
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First Look: PNCA’s ArtHouse

The Powell Family and PNCA build a well-lit dorm, inside and out. It will also house the boutique TOC and a new all-ages arts cafe. Review + Slide Show

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 08/29/2013
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Critical Art Ensemble Likes Helicopters, Hazmat Suits, and Beer

The multimedia ensemble hosts an exhibition and block party at PNCA that pushes the lines between art and activism. March 13–June 2

  • By Sam Coggeshall
  • Published 03/12/2013
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PNCA Dedicates New Building Site with Lee Kelly's Memory 99

The Pacific Northwest College of Art chose a mammoth steel sculpture by the seminal NW artist (and alumnus) to anchor its new campus.

  • By Aaron Scott
  • Published 10/19/2012
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