As part of the institution’s mission, PCA provides a dynamic environment with lively cultural activities, including workshops, lectures and exhibitions open to our community as well as the general public.
PCA Talks and PCA Photography Lunch Talks
PCA Talks, scheduled monthly during the academic year, are designed to engender discussion on topics related to art, photography, fashion, design management and more, and feature professionals and experts in the creative industries talking about their work and process. PCA talks are also available via live stream www.ustream.tv/channel/pca-talks. Ask questions via Twitter @paris_edu #pcatalks.
PCA also hosts Photography Lunch Talks once a month. These events are designed to foster knowledge, sharing and casual conversation with photographers, curators and artists.
PCA Talks / Spring 2016
PCA Photography Lunch Talks / Spring 2016
March 2nd | 13:00-14:00- Ana Bloom
March 30th | 13:00-14:00 – Arnaud Laurenty –REGAIND
The PCA Gallery is a space that provides artists of all genres with a showcase for their artwork.
As part of the institution’s cultural mission, the PCA Galleries present local and international painters, sculptors, illustrators, photographers, and installation/multimedia artists as well as student work from all the departments.
PCA Study Abroad Exhibition
PCA hosts a biannual Study Abroad exhibition. For the Fall of 2015, the exhibition took place at the Pavé d’Orsay gallery. The title of this year’s show was Displacements, and the exhibition featured work by Paola de la Pena, Marlon Campbell, Judy McNicol, Margaux Williams and Maggie Fisher.
Next Study Abroad at PCA Exhibition:
Opening: April 28th 2016 | 19:30
Dates: April 28th – April 30th 2016
Inaugurated in September 2014, the PCA Rocroy Gallery is an unconventional exhibition space, project based and aimed to reflect ongoing work in Fine Arts. Each exhibition runs for 2 to 3 weeks. The Rocroy Gallery is available to the public 24/7 and is located at 8, rue Rocroy in the 10th arrondissement (at the back of the PCA campus). Among those students featured in the gallery so far are: Paige Turnquist, Garret Nasset, Elina Bergmark, Julia Wiese, and most recently, Ruhi Amin.
The PCA Gallery is a space that provides artists of all genres with a showcase for their artwork. As part of the institution’s cultural mission, the PCA Galleries present local and international painters, sculptors, illustrators, photographers, and installation/multimedia artists as well as student work from all our departments.