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danarudolph:

@lesleysilvia pulling some awesome litho prints with the help of Liz. I can’t wait to see these finished! @pncamfalrvs

Leslie Silvia (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘16) making prints in Photo Lithography class.

danarudolph:

@lesleysilvia pulling some awesome litho prints with the help of Liz. I can’t wait to see these finished! @pncamfalrvs

Leslie Silvia (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘16) making prints in Photo Lithography class.

lizbyday:

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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).
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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).

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Exciting new photo light box installations by Liz Randall (PNCA MFA LRVS ‘15).

amandamartinwilcox:

Uneven Ground. Oil on wood panel. (The effects of Victorian influence after colonial rule in The Gambia)

Fresh painting from Amanda’s studio in the Stephen’s Building. We’ll be having an open house Friday, August 8th. Save the date.

amandamartinwilcox:

Uneven Ground. Oil on wood panel. (The effects of Victorian influence after colonial rule in The Gambia)

Fresh painting from Amanda’s studio in the Stephen’s Building. We’ll be having an open house Friday, August 8th. Save the date.

Walter Maciel Lecture Wednesday July 23 6:30

Please join us this Wednesday evening as the Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies presents 

Walter Maciel

Speaking on Wednesday, July 23rd
6:30 - 8:30 pm

Museum of Contemporary Craft
724 NW Davis St

In addition to coming in as a Visiting Scholar, Walter Maciel will be curating PNCAs Low-Residency MFA Thesis Exhibition!


Located in Culver City (2642 S. La Cienega blvd. in Los Angeles) the Walter Maciel Gallery features the work of emerging to mid-career artists who participate in national and international exhibitions and art fairs. The gallery represents artists living in Southern California, the Bay Area, New York, Philadelphia, Kansas City, Lexington and Mexico City. Artists represented include Hung Liu, Carolyn Castano, Tm Gratkowski, Rob Putnam, Barry Anderson, John Bangston, Cynthia Ona Innis, Freddy Chandra, and more. Walter Maciel Gallery has participated in many national and international art fairs including Miami Project, Volta New York, Pulse Miami, Pulse New York, Pulse London, NADA (New Art Dealers Association) Miami, Aqua Miami, Aqua Hotel Miami, artMRKT San Francisco, ArtPad San Francisco, Next Chicago, Edition Chicago and Swab Barcelona.

Upon receiving a dual degree in Art Practice and History of Art from University of California, Berkeley, Walter Maciel worked as a gallery director in San Francisco from 1992-2005.   He moved to Los Angeles at the end of 2005 to create a program for his own space that opened in March 2006.  The gallery is located in the Culver City Art District in Los Angeles among many of the top galleries on the West Coast.  An auxiliary gallery space at the Pacific Design Center was in operation from January through July 2010 and featured the work of gallery artists and special projects. 

Walter Maciel Gallery has participated in many national and international art fairs including Miami Project, Volta New York, Pulse Miami, Pulse New York, Pulse London, NADA (New Art Dealers Association) Miami, Aqua Miami, Aqua Hotel Miami, artMRKT San Francisco, ArtPad San Francisco, Next Chicago, Edition Chicago and Swab Barcelona. 

Walter has served on many boards and committees including Southern Exposure, Headlands Center for the Arts, the San Francisco Art Dealers Association.  He has been on lecture panels and/or grad reviews at the San Francisco Art Institute, California College of the Arts, Institute for Contemporary Art San Jose, University of California, Los Angeles, Mills College, California State University, Dominquez Hills and University of Missouri, Kansas City.

PNCAs Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies summer 2014 session includes a Summer Lecture series featuring talks by visiting artists that are free and open to the public.  

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The Summer Lecture series is held at the Museum of Contemporary Craft, 724 NW Davis Street, in Portland, Oregon.  All lectures are at 6:30pm.

Photos from this week’s crit with visiting curator Joseph del Pesco
Photos from this week’s crit with visiting curator Joseph del Pesco
Photos from this week’s crit with visiting curator Joseph del Pesco
Photos from this week’s crit with visiting curator Joseph del Pesco
Photos from this week’s crit with visiting curator Joseph del Pesco
Photos from this week’s crit with visiting curator Joseph del Pesco

Photos from this week’s crit with visiting curator Joseph del Pesco

lizbyday:

Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.
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Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.
lizbyday:

Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.
lizbyday:

Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.
lizbyday:

Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.
lizbyday:

Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.
lizbyday:

Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.
lizbyday:

Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.

lizbyday:

Critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs

More photos from Friday’s group critique with Dr. Rhea L. Combs.

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We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.
We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.
We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.
We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.
We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.
We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.
We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.
We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.
We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.

We’re at the midway point of the summer session and things are heating up both literally and figuratively. Despite the hot weather, everyone has been putting 110% percent into studio work and academic classes. It’s shaping up to be a great summer.

Another great lecture! Dr. Rhea L. Combs discusses her curatorial work at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Another great lecture! Dr. Rhea L. Combs discusses her curatorial work at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Another great lecture! Dr. Rhea L. Combs discusses her curatorial work at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Lunch with curator Dr. Rhea L. Combs.
Lunch with curator Dr. Rhea L. Combs.

Lunch with curator Dr. Rhea L. Combs.

Dr Rhea L. Combs studio visit with Danielle Foushée (PNCA LRVS MFA ‘15).
Dr Rhea L. Combs studio visit with Danielle Foushée (PNCA LRVS MFA ‘15).

Dr Rhea L. Combs studio visit with Danielle Foushée (PNCA LRVS MFA ‘15).

Rhea L Combs Visiting Artist Lecture Wednesday July 9

Please join us this Wednesday evening as the Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies presents 

Rhea L Combs
Speaking on Wednesday, July 9th
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Museum of Contemporary Craft
724 NW Davis St
Portland OR

Rhea L. Combs is the curator of photography and film at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture and the Head of the museum’s Center for African American Media Arts (CAAMA). She is the author of Exceeding the Frame: Documentary Filmmaker Marlon T. Riggs as Cultural Agitator. Combs received her doctorate in American Studies from Emory University where she concentrated in film, gender, and African American cultural production. Combs has independently curated shows both nationally and internationally, including a film series at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London that highlighted the work of contemporary filmmakers of color under the age of 30. She’s also worked as an Assistant Curator at the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, and the Chicago Historical Society. Combs’ university experience includes, the Pacific Northwest College of Art, Lewis & Clark College, and Chicago State University. Combs’ writings have appeared in anthologies, academic journals, and exhibition catalogues. Most noted, she has an interview with filmmaker Camille Billops in the exhibition catalogue, Cinema Remixed and Reloaded: Black Women and the Moving Image Since 1970 and is currently working on a photography book series Double Exposure.

PNCAs Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies summer 2014 session includes a Summer Lecture series featuring talks by visiting artists that are free and open to the public.  

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The Summer Lecture series is held at the Museum of Contemporary Craft, 724 NW Davis Street, in Portland, Oregon.  All lectures are at 6:30pm.

Vivian Beer
Wednesday, June 25

Shirley Tse, 2014 Low-Residency MFA Artist-in-Residence
Wednesday, July 2

Rhea L. Combs
Wednesday, July 9

Joseph del Pesco
Wednesday, July 16

Walter Maciel
Wednesday, July 23

Sean J Patrick Carney
Wednesday, July 30

Avantika Bawa
Wednesday, August 6

lesleysilvia:

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Leslie Silvia (PNCA LRVS MFA ‘16) is kicking booty this summer with her paper cuts. Burning the midnight oils.

lesleysilvia:

4 of 7.

Leslie Silvia (PNCA LRVS MFA ‘16) is kicking booty this summer with her paper cuts. Burning the midnight oils.

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Owning Earnest and Folksy

lizbyday:

Today I would like to own the terms Earnest and Folksy. I take these terms as complements, as things to be proud of, as something more than just “in it to make it big” or make a lot of money. I am owning these terms as a way of navigating the art world without pretence and with full intent to…

Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!
Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!
Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!
Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!
Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!
Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!
Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!
Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!
Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!

Images from Shirley Tse’s Visit. Her performance lecture at the Feldman gallery, shots from one-on-ones and group critique shots. We’ll miss you Shirley! Thank you for all your great efforts and dedication last week!

Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!
Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!

Images from last night’s opening of the Full-Residency MFA in Visual Studies First Year show. Congrats everyone!