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PNCA - Pacific Northwest College of Art

511 NW Broadway
Portland, OR 97209, US (map)

Future events happening here

  • Saturday
    Sep 23 2017
    Emerge Oregon Annual Celebration

    We have a lot to celebrate - in Oregon and across the nation! Join us!

    We have had an incredible year - and invite you to celebrate all that we have achieved!

    Come hear about our accomplishments in Oregon and across the country!

    Because it's not just about electing women - but also about getting things done - join us to hear from these electeds about what they have accomplished in office!

    • Rep. Julie Fahey, Eugene
    • Rep. Karin Power, Milwaukie
    • Rep. Teresa Alonso Leon, Woodburn
    • Rep. Alissa Keny-Guyer, Portland
    • Rep. Sheri Malstrom, Beaverton

    Special Guest: A'shanti Gholar - Political Director, Emerge America
    For 15 years, A’shanti Gholar has been a grassroots organizer and activist for women, communities of color, and progressive causes. She has experience in building coalitions, program development, and community and political engagement. In her role as Political Director for Emerge America, A’shanti works with all of the national political organizations and elected officials. She also assists in the creation of new state affiliates.

    Prior to coming to Emerge America, A’shanti served as the National Deputy Director of Community Engagement and Director of African American Engagement for the Democratic National Committee. A’shanti has also served as the Manager of National Partnerships for United Way Worldwide, as a political appointee in the Obama Administration at the U.S. Department of Labor, and as the Director of Public Engagement for the 2012 Democratic National Convention Committee in Charlotte, NC. A’shanti is based in Washington, D.C., but as a native of Nevada, she calls the West home.


    Emerge Oregon
    Political Organization · Portland, Oregon
    Our Vision: To change the face of power, politics and leadership in this country in order to have policies that are responsive all.

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Past events that happened here

  • Tuesday
    Aug 8 2017
    Third Annual Ferguson Solidarity Plenary
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    PNCA - Pacific Northwest College of Art

    This years Plenary will focus on the work and continued focus of Activist nationally standing up in their communities to support change and demanding an end to the human rights violations against the bodies of BLaCK PEOPLE

    During the entire month of #BLACKAugust we TURN UP The Heat by Promoting ART and Political Discussions and Engagement around the Politics of Poverty! This year in addition to live music, panels and street demonstrations we plan to SCREEN Several Films and Documentaries centered around Activism that Uprose in #Solidarity with #OpFerguson and the #MikeBrown Killing in Ferguson, Mo


    Dont Shoot Portland - In August 2014 we agreed to take political action and organize at Dawson Park to be in solidarity with the growing response from Ferguson, MO #MikeBrown

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  • Tuesday
    Jun 27 2017
    Wiki Loves Pride Edit-a-Thon

    Join us in the PNCA Library for a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon that celebrates LGBTQ+ people, events, movements, and institutions (local, national, and international) as part of Pride Month! No prior Wikipedia editing experience is necessary...we'll have tutorials and lots of assistance. Bring a laptop and charging cord, snacks provided. We'll have a list of topics that need work, but if you have something you're passionate about, that's great!

    Wikipedia is often the first place we go for in-depth information about almost everything in the world. With edit-a-thons like this one and Art+Feminism, we hope to make Wikipedia a more representative and inclusive site of information for everyone.

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  • Saturday
    Apr 29 2017
    PNCA Library Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon
    free

    Join us for the second of two Art & Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thons this Spring in Portland! These events require no previous experience and are open to people of all gender identities. Just bring a laptop and charging cable and we'll provide everything else! Snacks and experienced, dependable childcare provided! Please RSVP via the EventBrite link...this is not mandatory, but helpful to the organizers, especially if you need childcare.

    About the event:

    Wikimedia’s gender trouble is well-documented. In a 2011 survey, the Wikimedia Foundation found that less than 10% of its contributors identify as female. While the reasons for the gender gap are up for debate, the practical effect of this disparity, however, is not. Content is skewed by the uneven gender participation. This represents an alarming absence in an increasingly important repository of shared knowledge. We all know that this bias is not just about gender. Women of color are often the least represented voices in history. Let’s change that! This event is about amplifying voice. Attendees are encouraged to edit any entry of interest related to arts, feminism, gender studies, activism and LGBTQ issues. All are welcome who care about the representation of all genders in Wikipedia’s content and among its contributors. We will provide tutorials for the beginner Wikipedian, reference materials, and laptops. Bring your own laptop if you have one and any ideas for entries that need updating or creation. We will have a couple extra computers available. For the editing-averse, we urge you to stop by to show your support, learn more about this project, and eat snacks.

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  • Thursday
    Apr 27 2017
    Don't Shoot PDX Community Printmaking Action
    free

    Please join us for a Community Printmaking Action Plan on April 27th at PNCA in PRINT MEDIA's Printmaking Studio (Room #209). This event is to support and produce works of art from the front lines of the social justice movement in Portland Oregon with Don't Shoot PDX.

    A noon time conversation and community building session will kick off the event to announce the goals and plans for the printmaking workshops. Speakers include Teressa Raiford of Don't Shoot Portland and Mike Murawski of the Portland Art Museum. The conversation will transition into a collaborative printmaking workshop and community print action focusing on large scale woodcuts and screenprinting.

    The collaboratively produced artwork will be exhibited at the Portland Art Museum during the Upstanders Festival: Voices of the Unheard event on May 27, which will be a day of spoken word, restorative justice, music and media, interactive workshops, art zines, and poster making in support of Black Lives Matter, houselessness, and building tolerance for immigrants. Upstanders Festival is a social justice extravaganza, shining a light on the bravery and brilliance of activism and changemakers in our midst. Produced by the Museum of Impact, this event series transforms audiences from bystanders to Upstanders through a variety of activities to enhance equity and creative expression. Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition Constructing Identity: Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African American Art, on view through June 18.

    This is a project in support of the community action and art by Don’t Shoot PDX in collaboration with Pacific Northwest College of Art PRINT MEDIA, Portland Art Museum and Marylhurst University Art Program.

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