A.D. ColemanRead More
Beat your Cabin Fever!Read More
“There is cultural time and there is material time. The body connects to both.”Read More
A brand champion. A poet. An educator.
Join PCA&D's Liberal Arts Department for “3 Stories” on Tuesday, November 14, 7 - 9 p.m. in the Atrium, to hear three dynamic guest speakers, Penny Wrenn, Le Hinton, and Ruth Hernandez-Siegel, who will share their engaging stories as part of the department’s Diverse Voices Speaker Series.Read More
Internationally renowned Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed spoke to students, faculty and community members at Pennsylvania College of Art and Design via Skype from Dubai today, about why he uses carpets as the basis of his art.
Since he was young, Ahmed had been struck by the nature of traditional carpets of his homeland Azerbaijan. According to Ahmed, studied the carpets and learned, throughout his county’s history, starting with the Zoroastrians several thousands of years ago, then Christianity, then Islam, then communism, and now secular society, and the carpets, and the patterns in them, were the same. The carpet connected all these cultures.Read More
Opening Reception: First Friday
Aug 4th from 5-8 pm
Department sponsors Young Professional Chat Series
The Illustration Department sponsored "The Young Professional Chats" series this Spring, during which three young and successful illustrators, Liz Cleaves, Linus Curci, and Mike Yakovlev, skyped in to speak with the senior Illustrators about the transition from student to professional within the Illustration Industry.Read More
Sometimes life compels artists to use their art to speak up about issues in the community. In September 2014, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design alumnus Adam DelMarcelle, class of 2010, came face-to-face, on a very personal level, with the drug abuse crisis in his hometown of Lebanon, PA, when his brother died of a heroin overdose.
Artist talk: Adam DelMarcelle "Thoughts From a Design Activist," Monday March 20, noon at PCA&D