The current exhibition in PCA&D's Main Gallery, Selected Artworks from the BFA Program at PCA&D, features a selection of outstanding artwork created by forty of our rising junior and senior BFA students. A wide variety of media are represented including digital and hand-painted illustration, sculpture, painting, printmaking, photography and graphic design.
The exhibit runs through July 20. Opening Reception: First Friday, July 6, 5 -8 p.m.
“There is cultural time and there is material time. The body connects to both.”Read More
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Opening Reception: First Friday
Aug 4th from 5-8 pm
It’s summertime, now, but PCA&D’s Illustration Department has been mixing insects and fun since the middle of winter!Read More
This spring, the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design’s Main Gallery is presenting a series highlighting scientific and technologically-inspired artwork.
The next exhibition in the series is Creativity of Consciousness, March 17th- April 28th, which features the revolutionary work of artist China Blue and her team.
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design has announced that Marnie Benney has joined the college in the position of Gallery Director, according to an announcement by Marc Torick, PCA&D’s Academic Dean.
Benney will oversee PCA&D’s Main Gallery, curating exhibitions by nationally renowned artists whose work will enhance the PCA&D student experience and serve as a community cultural resource. In addition, Benney will assist the college on special projects, focusing on relationships within the community to increase PCAD’s participation and visibility.Read More
|Laurie Frick, Daily Stress Inventory #7, 2015, Cut leather, laser-etched wood blocks on stretched linen|
For PCA&D’s Spring 2017 exhibition series the College focuses on scientific and technologically inspired art work. The intersection of science and art shown through cutting-edge technology exemplifies our desire to know more about ourselves and our world. By combining these topics, it is possible to explore and extend the boundaries of human experience and its future capacity.Read More