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The Oregon College Of Arts And Crafts Will No Longer Grant Degrees

The OCAC’s future is in doubt after negotiations with both Portland State University and the Pacific Northwest College of Art ended without a deal. Meanwhile, with 70 full and part-time staff and a campus that may be about to be sold off, “OCAC serves 137 students, with around 50 due to graduate in May. It has begun transition planning for the remaining 80 in its degree program.” – Oregon ArtsWatch
Tags: Art, Visual, Portland State University, Pacific Northwest College of Art, 02.07.19, Oregon College Of Arts, OCAC

A visit to Misia Pitkin’s Double Darn cap-making studio

Double Darn’s creative and quality caps have found a strong following in Portland and beyond. (Photos: James Buckroyd) Story by our resident “Product Geek” James Buckroyd, who approaches products with an eye for how they solve problems. He previously shared how to maintain your waterproof gear. If you’ve been cycling for a while you probably already know some of the functional benefits of an under-the-helmet cap. You have probably also tried a few and found that not all of them are the same. Th...
Tags: Business, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Gucci, Pacific Northwest College of Art, CAPS, BikePortland, Misia, James Buckroyd, Product Geek James Buckroyd, Double Darn, Doubledarn, Misia Pitkin, Problemsolver

Master’s Program In Critical Theory Canceled By College Six Days Before Classes Start

“Six days before the start of the fall semester at Pacific Northwest College of Art [in Portland], a group of Master’s candidates and professors received an email from the dean of students informing them that their program was suspended and they would not be teaching or studying as planned.”
Tags: Art, Portland, Issues, Pacific Northwest College of Art

Corey Smith Solo Show in Portland

Corey Smith: A Smile is a Dream My Heart Makes One Grand Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Corey Smith entitled A Smile is a Dream My Heart Makes, featuring both 2D and sculptural work. Please join us Friday, September 9th in celebration of the artist’s exhibition, at which he will be in attendance. A Smile is a Dream will be open through October 1st. Corey Smith is a multi-media visual artist who currently resides between Los Angeles, Lake Tahoe, and Portland, OR. He has been ...
Tags: News, US, Sport, Portland, Snowboarding, Smith, Pacific Northwest, Death Valley, Art Show, San Francisco California, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Comune, Corey Smith

Pacific Northwest College of Art moves into light-filled new home

Compared to its former home in a windowless warehouse, the new location of the Pacific Northwest College of Art is a lightshow of arching windows, soaring skylights and gleeming marble walls. On Thursday, Mayor Charlie Hales joined project managers and the media on a tour of the private college's new home on the North Park Blocks, near Union Station.
Tags: Charlie Hales, Pacific Northwest College of Art, North Park Blocks