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Start your career with PNCA’s graduate programs

by PNCA Graduate Admissions,

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Attention college seniors! If you're unsure about your next steps after graduation, Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) has an exciting opportunity for you. We invite you to consider applying to our graduate programs, which includes MFA in Visual Studies, MA in Critical Studies, MFA in Print Media, and Post-Baccalaureate Residency. Our programs are designed to help you deepen your artistic practice and expand your knowledge in your chosen field.

Don't miss out on this chance to join a vibrant community of artists and thinkers who are shaping the future of the creative industry. But don't wait too long to submit your application, as we have limited capacity for Fall 2023. Our extended deadline is May 15th, so there's still time to apply. Plus, thanks to the generous support of our donors, we still have ample merit scholarships available. And for students who apply by May 15th, there's an additional $1,000 scholarship on top of any merit scholarships awarded.

Take action now and apply for our graduate programs. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Learn more about our graduate programs and apply today.

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About Pacific Northwest College of Art

Pacific Northwest College of Art empowers artists and designers to reimagine what art and design can do in the world. Founded in 1909 as the Museum Art School in Portland, Oregon, PNCA offers 11 art and design Bachelor of Fine Art programs, eight graduate programs including Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts programs within the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies, a Post-Baccalaureate program, and Community Education courses for artists and designers of all ages.

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