ONE NIGHT ONLY!
PNCA Street Party and Pearl District walking tour of Animation Installations
June 28 at 8pm -Midnight | Free and open to the public
PNCA hosts Animation Inside Out, a juried international exhibition of animation installations on campus and throughout the Pearl District. The exhibition is part of Platform, the only major animation festival in the United States, which debuts in Portland June 25-30, and is sponsored by Cartoon Network. The festival, which includes six days of screenings at the Portland Center for the Performing Arts, gives artists from around the world a non-commercial forum that allows for continued inspiration and growth of the industry. As part of the festival, Pacific Northwest College of Art is the center for an international exhibition of animation installations in campus galleries plus a solo exhibition of work by UK artist Dryden Goodwin in the Feldman Gallery. In addition, PNCA hosts a street party on June 28th to kick off a one night walking tour that features 20 site specific installations at PNCA and throughout the Pearl District.
For more information visit www.pnca.edu/platform or call 503.226.4391
Platform Related Events at PNCA:
• June 7 - July 28: Dryden Goodwin, Flight Feldman Gallery + Project Space Open daily
• June 25 - July 28: Animation Inside Out, PNCA Galleries Open daily
• June 28: PNCA's Street Party and walking tour of Pearl District (site specific) PNCA | NW 13th & Johnson St. | Free and open to the public | 8pm-Midnight
• June 28: Lecture by Scott McCloud - Comics Storytelling Wieden+Kennedy: 7pm
Tickets: 503.821.8903 | secure.pnca.edu/tickets
• July 1: Thinking the Visual: Seeing Narrative, Moving Boundaries A panel discussion featuring Paul Wells, Scott McCloud and Rose Bond Open to the public | 6:30pm
Animation Inside Out is funded in part by the Regional Arts and Culture Council. PNCA receives additional support from the Oregon Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Official Website: http://www.pnca.edu/platform
Added by PNCA PR on June 21, 2007