A publisher and printmaker in Paris, Michael Woolworth, who has built projects with hundreds of contemporary artists (Gunter Damisch, Marc Desgrandchamps, Jim Dine and Bertrand Lavier amongst others), will speak at our upcoming PCA Talk.
How can design change the world? Seeking to answer this question, Paris College of Art reached out to MakeSense and together we created a new Master's degree: Design for Social Impact. The inaugural class will begin in September 2017 with applications opening in January.
The International Fine Art Photography Awards have a new home! Paris College of Art (PCA) is re-launching the IFAP competition in January 2017. In the spirit of prior IFAP competitions, winners will receive cash awards; their work will be accepted into the Bibliothèque nationale de France and exhibited in Paris during the Mois de la Photo in November 2017.
PCA’s next Open House, on March 18, 2017, will be filled with activities for you to learn more about art and design education on the university level, including workshops, individual portfolio reviews, a Student Panel Discussion, and other exciting events.
At PCA, we are training photo students to become image makers from year one. Freddie Karabela is a Freshman in Photography, from London. He is currently in his second semester at PCA, and shares with us snippets of what his year has... More