24 hours of Designing for the Community!
Applications are currently being accepted through January 11 for any non-profit who would like their design project in the 11th annual 2019 Designathon, when PCA&D students, aided by faculty and alumni (and countless gallons of coffee), shut themselves in to give back to the community.Read More
Ninety-one students were honored for achieving Dean’s List ranking following the Fall 2018 semester. Warmest congratulations to these students:Read More
|Antoinette Troller (center) with Rick Price (right) and family|
"Much like Cynthia, I have a deep connection to the arts and I have friends and family that push me to do better every single day. I want to thank the Price family for being so generous." said PCA&D Illustration student Antoinette "Annie" Troller, of Effort, PA, the recipient of the Cynthia E Price Memorial Scholarship for the 2018-19 academic year.
J. Richard "Rick" Price and his two sons Jacob and Jordan, along with their families, created the Scholarship last year to remember Cynthia, their wife and mother, an artist and craftswoman who worked, lived, and loved in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.Read More
Carolyn A. Loftus, a junior Illustration major from Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, is vice president of PCA&D's Student Council, which shares ideas about how to enhance the student experience and coordinates the activities of PCA&D's many student-run organizations. She attended Avon Grove Charter School in Chester County and was Cyber schooled and love the activities that happen at PCA&D, as well as her membership in society of illustrators.
Here are some of Cali's thoughts:
Topics: art students
See their answers at http://kiu-pcad.tumblr.com.
Regularly, for the past seven years, students at Kyungil University (KIU) in Daegu, South Korea, and Pennsylvania College of Art & Design in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, are asked an open-ended question that students at both institutions will then answer through photographs.Read More
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Welcome to all PCA&D family and friends!
If the stress of finals week has you longing for a good laugh, the Theater Class invites you to a night of Impromptu Improv in the Atrium on Thursday, December 13, 7-8:30 pm. Join us for light refreshments and heavy guffaws as we stumble our way through Lines from a Hat, Props, Hitchhiker, Customer Service, and other improvisational favorites!