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2019 Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies MFA Thesis/Capstone Exhibition
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)
Above: Photo: David Roos.
Above: Photo: David Roos.
May 26–June 11, 2019

Opening: May 26, 6–7:30pm

Glass Building
2139 N. Kerby
Portland, OR

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The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art is proud to present the 2019 MFA Thesis/Capstone Exhibition featuring work by 26 graduates from the MFA in Collaborative Design, MFA in Print Media, and MFA in Visual Studies programs, three of the eight graduate programs in the school. Exemplifying the multidisciplinary nature of these programs, the exhibition will include research-based works, sculpture, video, painting, print, and more. The exhibition opens May 26, 2019 with a reception from 6–7:30pm and runs through June 11, 2019.

New this year, the exhibition is in the college's new Glass Building (2139 N Kerby), an expansive, warehouse-like space with the feeling of an industrial cathedral with hundreds of panes of art glass interspersed in its massive windows. Following its turn as an exhibition space, the Glass Building this fall becomes home to PNCA's graduate studios and 3D shops (wood, ceramics, metals, glass) as well as a new street-level gallery for student exhibitions.

Artists include:

MFA in Collaborative Design: Amber Marsh, Ophir El-Boher

MFA in Print Media: Devyn Park, Emma Flick, Heather Coleman, Jaynee Watson, Jessi Presley-Grusin, TK Yoeun, Lauren Goding, Russell Wood

MFA in Visual Studies: Julian Adoff, Shokoufeh Alizadeh, Jen Bacon, Kelly Brand, Heather Boyd, Sarah Cabbell, Robin Cone-Murakami, Alexis Day, Josh Hughes, Jess Iams, Diego Morales-Portillo, Lauren Prado, Rhonda Tuholski, Brittany Vega, Brittany Windsor, Yuyang Zhang

Mark your calendar for the 2019 HFSGS Graduate Symposium, Art and Environmental Justice, November 22–23, 2019. HFSGS is now accepting proposals for the symposium. View the CFP (PDF).

About The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art
These programs in art, design, craft, and theory celebrate and support the development of experimental, interdisciplinary, and collaborative creative practices through meaningful faculty-student relationships, engaging seminars, and mentor-guided studio practice.

New: Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing
Prioritizing experimentation and exploration within and across forms, genres, and media.

MFA in Visual Studies
Multidisciplinary and mentor-based, supporting critical approaches to the production of visual art.

MA in Design Systems/MFA in Collaborative Design
Work on complex problems using a collaborative, systems-based, human-centered approach.

MA in Critical Studies
Taking an expansive view of critical theory to include Critical Race Theory, Feminist Theory, Post-Colonial Theory, Queer Theory, and other emancipatory projects.

MFA in Print Media
Pushing toward the horizons of what a print can be while grounding inquiry in craft, collaboration, and community.

Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies
MFA/artist residency hybrid with internationally recognized visiting faculty.

MFA in Applied Craft and Design
Grounded in hands-on making, entrepreneurial strategies, and social and environmental engagement.

Apply online

About Pacific Northwest College of Art
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) is the only college of art and design in the heart of Portland, Oregon. Founded in 1909 as the Museum Art School in Portland, Oregon, PNCA has helped shape the region’s visual art landscape for more than a century. Today, PNCA offers 11 Bachelor of Fine Art programs in art and design, eight graduate programs including Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts programs within the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies, a Post-Baccalaureate program, and Community Education courses for artists and designers of all ages. For more information, visit pnca.edu.

May 20, 2019

location

Glass Building, Portland