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December 15, 2015

Applications open for MFA in Print Media

Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) at Willamette University
Courtesy of PNCA.

Applications are now open for PNCA’S MFA in Print Media program, a flexible 60-credit, two-year program that facilitates a studio practice that is both independent and collaborative. Print Media’s Studio is an epicenter of intense making, professional collaboration, and creativity, crossing pathways into industry, research, commercial applications, education, and the broad fields of fine art and design. Print Media supports the idea that a print can be an image or an object, or can take on site-specific concerns.

The Print Media program provides studio spaces and labs supporting intaglio, lithography, letterpress, bookmaking, monotype, screen-printing, and relief, as well as a fabrication lab that supports creative approaches with CNC machines along with experimental work on vinyl cutters and large-format ink-jet printers. Print Media students can also work within Watershed, PNCA’s professional fine art publishing program, welcoming visiting artists and professional printers to collaborate on editions and projects with students.

Supporting the Print Media program is the Jordan D. Schnitzer Exhibition and Visiting Artist Lecture Series, which brings curated exhibitions from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation to PNCA, and invites the exhibited artists to engage students, faculty and the public through lectures, studio visits, and collaborations with Print Media.

For more information, contact Chair, Matthew Letzelter, [email protected] or visit pnca.edu.

Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at PNCA
For over 100 years, PNCA has served as a creative hub for artists and designers with an educational philosophy that emphasizes individualized curricula, independent inquiry, and cross-disciplinary exchange. The graduate programs of PNCA’s Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies are designed to support students as they grow and define a sustainable, engaged, and dynamic practice that will continue to evolve years after graduation. PNCA’s graduate programs are rooted in meaningful faculty-student relationships and close community, enhanced with mentors drawn from greater Portland, and expanded further still with visiting artists, curators, and scholars.

MFA in Visual Studies—Chair, Peter Simensky, [email protected]
MFA in Collaborative Design—Chair, Peter Schoonmaker, [email protected]
MA in Critical Theory and Creative ResearchChair, Sarah Sentilles, [email protected]
MFA in Print Media—Chair, Matthew Letzelter, [email protected]
Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies—Co-chairs, Jodie Cavalier and Laura Hughes, [email protected][email protected]
MFA in Applied Craft and Design—Chair, Heidi Schwegler, [email protected]
(offered jointly with Oregon College of Art and Craft)

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Oregon’s flagship college of art and design since 1909, Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) has helped shape Oregon’s visual arts landscape. Located in the heart of Portland, PNCA is in the center of a progressive and affordable urban center known for its independent spirit, innovative mindset, and creative industries.

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