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May 12, 2017

MFA exhibitions: Visual Studies, Print Media, and Collaborative Design

Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) at Willamette University

Angélica Maria Millán Lozano, Laura Andrea Copete Lozano from the series "engendradxs", 2017. Photo: Mario Gallucci.

Pacific Northwest College of Art proudly presents the MFA thesis exhibition featuring work by artists from the Collaborative Design, Print Media, and Visual Studies programs.

Exhibitiing artists:
MFA in Collaborative Design: Celina Coppetti, Joel Newman, Amanda Schurr, Michelle Vorce

MFA in Print Media: Carla Javier Brea, Brynden Harding, Doug Kessler, Juan Solis, Savanna Youngquist

MFA in Visual Studies: Vincent Aloia, Hunter Buck, Mack Carlisle, Adam Ciresi, Devin Cogger, Ardis DeFreece, Aruni Dharmakirthi, Bowen Feeley, maximiliano, Angélica Maria Millán Lozano, Keegan O’Keefe, Corrin Olson, Jenna Reineking, Melanie Stevens

For more information about the graduate programs of the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art:

MFA in Visual Studies—Chair, Peter Simensky, psimensky [​at​] pnca.edu
The MFA in Visual Studies is a multidisciplinary, mentor-based program that encourages independent inquiry and supports critical approaches to the production of visual art.

MFA in Collaborative Design—Chair, Peter Schoonmaker, pschoonmaker [​at​] pnca.edu
The MFA in Collaborative Design starts with the end in mind: to produce creative leaders who can make a difference in business, government, and non-profit sectors.

MA in Critical Studies—Interim Chair, MK Guth, mguth [​at​] pnca.edu
The MA in Critical Studies claims critical theory as a creative project of analysis and exposure radically interested in accountability and the material effects of ideas.

MFA in Print Media—Chair, Matthew Letzelter, mletzelter [​at​] pnca.edu
The MFA in Print Media: Multiples, Objects, and Editions offers a diverse range of traditional and emerging printmaking pathways, integrating new techniques and media to expand possibilities in the fine art, academic, and commercial realms.

Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies—Interim Chair, Laura Hughes, lhughes [​at​] pnca.edu
The Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies, rooted in critical investigation and rigorous, self-disciplined creative practice, is ideal for motivated students who desire a flexible structure with the challenge and community of an immersive graduate program

MFA in Applied Craft and Design—Chair, Heidi Schwegler, hschwegler [​at​] ocac.edu (offered jointly with Oregon College of Art and Craft)
The MFA in Applied Craft and Design represents a new paradigm in craft and design education, one that synthesizes and reconfigures the relationship between making and thinking.

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Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) empowers artists and designers to reimagine what art and design can do in the world. Founded in 1909 as the Museum Art School in Portland, Oregon, PNCA offers 10 Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) programs and six graduate programs including Master of Fine Arts (MFA) and Master of Arts (MA) degrees. 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.

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