Eric Weeks is the Chair of our Photography Department. Eric first fell in love with photography at the age of sixteen. His high school photography teacher, Ken Ross, recognized his interest and helped obtain a full-tuition, four-year scholarship to attend art school in New York City. After receiving his BFA, he played bass in a rock band for a few years while exhibiting photography, and working as a commercial photographer and custom printer.Read More
Meet Christina Hess, Chair of our Illustration department. Christina joined PCA&D in 2006 and has been teaching while running her freelance practice for over 20 years! Her work can be found on book covers, children’s books, magazines, products, and advertisements. She also has a running personal project called “Animals From History” that has been featured on ABCnews.com, Jezebel.com, MentalFloss.com, Juxtapose Magazine, ModernMet.com, etc.Read More
PCA&D faculty are doing interesting things and taking part in interesting exhibitions and projects - around the corner, the country and the globe!Read More
PCA&D Photo Chair Eric Weeks’s work is in a solo exhibition exhibition "A Rose By Any Other Name," at the Seohak Artspace in Jeonju, South Korea, May 20-27, 2017, in conjunction with the 10th Jeonju International Photo Festival. He will be showing twenty photographs, ranging in size from 40 x 50 inches to 16 x 20 inches.Read More
PCA&D faculty are doing interesting things and taking part in interesting exhibitions this summer - around the corner, the country and the globe!Read More
In his 35 years at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design, Tom Scullin, Associate Professor and one of the founders of the College, taught nearly every student to come through the College. After PCA&D’s commencement on May 5, Scullin will retire from teaching.Read More
"Allegory: Plato", oil, 15" x 16"
PCA&D Professor Tom Scullin will be exhibiting his recent work “Allegories” at Ware Center Regitz Gallery. during the month of April. The First Friday opening is Friday April 7.
Below is Tom's explanation about his working method for producing these paintings. His take on history if often magical or tragic in character, or deals with issues of morality that questions what is sacred or profane. In these works, he employs surreal juxtapositions, extreme coloration, and dramatic use of light to create a hyper-baroque style.Read More
PCA&D Chair of Photography Eric Weeks will have his work featured in two upcoming international exhibitions.
“The American Dream Revisited,” a group show is being held in Paris, France through April 4, at the GALLERY CATHERINE AND ANDRÉ HUG. http://www.galeriehug.com/artistes/eric-weeks/Read More