PNCA Centennial Film: 100 Years of Art + Design
Since its founding in 1909, Pacific Northwest College of Art has been a dynamic catalyst for creativity.
Furthering the mission it started a century ago, PNCA is contributing to the civic and cultural landscape of the Pacific Northwest as the epicenter of Portland’s creative community and as a place of distinction among the best schools or art and design in the nation.
The Centennial Short Film, 100 Years of Art + Design, celebrates the past, present and future of creativity and civic imagination at the College.
Created through a multitude of voices from our community, the video pays homage to the many influential people who have shaped and continue to influence the cultural landscape of the College and the region.
In memory of Douglas Lynch, 1913¬–2009
Images courtesy of the artists and their representing galleries including: The Felt Hat, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Douglas and Alexandra Lynch, Laura Russo Gallery, The Estate of Marian Wood Kolisch, Bruce Guenther Portland Art Museum.
In collaboration with Pacific Northwest College of Art: Office of the President, Communications and Public Programs Department, The Charles Voorhies Fine Art Library
A golightlyfilms Production
Copyright 2009 Pacific Northwest College of Art
Sally Cleveland ’81
Jeana Edelman ’85
Executive Director, PICA
Chair, MFA in Visual Studies
Emily Hyde ’11
George Johanson ’50
Lee Kelly ’59
PNCA President, 1981–2003
Daniela Repas ’08
Don Rood ’86
Arvie Smith ’86
PNCA Board Chair
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