It's that time of the year again to show off some awesome student artwork in our #SummerShowcase β˜€οΈ! We love to display your work and want to see what you have been creating. Want to see your work showcased? Send us a DM! ... Work by: Alexander Smith '24, Photography & Video

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design is pleased to announce it once again has been named a Top Design School in the United States by the GDUSA publication. The annual list of favorite Graphic Design schools and programs, GDUSA says, recognizes those β€œthat excel in teaching the hard and soft skills necessary for success, in nurturing talent and expanding minds, and in preparing the next generation of creatives for a dream career in the real world. In addition, the Graphic Design BFA program recently was ranked in the top 25 nationally by TechGuide. The ranking process considers factors such as tuition, student-to-faculty ratio, admission and graduation rates, and alumni success, using sources such as the National Center for Education Statistics and College Navigator. ... Rest of the story linked in our BIO! πŸ”— πŸ†

#NationalLoveATreeDay! Check out our timeline to see the full panoramic of our pretty in pink Art Garden trees πŸŒ³πŸ’—.

#NationalLoveATreeDay, a beautiful way to learn when spring has arrived on our campus!

#NationalLoveATreeDay, and we sure do love the beauty it brings to our Art Garden!

It would be any designer's dream to see thousands of people wearing their work -- and for Amanda Choong '24, that opportunity came true in April. Choong, a Graphic Design major, was commissioned by YWCA Lancaster to update the look of Lancaster's Race Against Racism logo and branding. And that's no small order: YWCA Lancaster's event, in its 26th year, is the nation's longest consecutively run Race Against Racism, with more than 3,000 community members turning out to support the organization's Center for Racial and Gender Equality. ... Read the full story at the LINK IN OUR BIO! πŸ”— πŸ“Έ: Michelle Johnsen Photography

Are you excited? We're excited! Graduation photos are now available for free download! Hop over to our website [PCAD.edu] and click the drop-down menu under News & Events, there you will find a Commencement 2024 link with all the pictures and memories from the day. πŸŽ“

Chris McKinney has worked a summer job for the same lighting rental company that employs his dad. But shadowing behind the scenes at the recent iHeart Radio Music Awards β€” PCA&D’s first Live Experience Design & Production major to be awarded the opportunity β€” raised his interest in the industry to a whole new level. He also is the first LiveX student to have the chance to intern on a live broadcast awards show. McKinney, a Foundation Year student, recently returned from Los Angeles, where he spent days and nights in the Dolby Theatre working as an intern on this year’s awards show production. His experience was made possible through the unique partnership PCA&D has with the Academy of Live Technology at Rock Lititz, a partnership that prepares art and design students for jobs in this growing industry. ... Read on at the LINK IN OUR BIO! πŸ”—

Happy Mother's Day to all the PCA&D moms, bonus moms, grandmas, and maternal figures out there πŸ’›β€οΈπŸ’™! Today and every day, we celebrate you and thank you for all you've done.

Did you know that we have an Open House happening on Saturday, May 18? We're excited that you're interested in visiting PCA&D and we can’t wait to show you around our campus! Whether you’re ready to look into a 4-year BFA degree or a two-year Associate degree – we’ll have something to catch your interest. ... Check out our website for more information or to register for the event! 🦚

Wow... can you believe it's been ONE WEEK since our graduates walked across the stage? Here's a sneak peek into some of the excitement from that day. Stay tuned for more!

Class of 2024! Want to relive the magic of Commencement? πŸ“Ή Our Commencement stream is now LIVE! You can watch and share the recording with all of your loved ones. Find the link to the recording in our BIO! (Can also be found on the Commencement button on the PCA&D website). 🦚 But that's not all! You can also find the link to the entire Senior Show, too. Make sure to head over to the PCA&D website to see all our seniors' thesis work! ... Keep an eye on your PCA&D emails for an update on ALL photos from Commencement 2024!

We're honored to present the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design 2024 Senior Show, the senior thesis work of our Class of 2024, throughout the PCA&D campus. The hours are Saturday, May 4 from 10 AM to 5 PM and Sunday, May 5 from 9 AM to Noon. The public is invited to visit and join this celebration of creative thinking and making with us! ... ➑️ Swipe for a sneak peek

One more day! Tonight, we celebrated the Class of 2024 at our annual Beret Ceremony, where students received their final piece of regalia πŸŽ“. We're so pleased to have watched this class grow in the face of adversity and cannot wait to see where you all go from here! ... Swipe to the end for a group picture of the #ClassOf2024

Who else is looking forward to @lancasterartwalk this weekend? Make sure to stop in and check out our current Main Gallery Exhibition "Andinos: Encounters in Cusco, Peru," the works of Gabriel Barreto Bentín, AND our Senior Show Exhibition displayed around the College. The Senior Show will be up for a very limited time, closing Sunday, May 05, and "Andinos: Encounters in Cusco, Peru" will be closing June 07. Come see both shows while you still can 🎨!

Reminder for the Class of 2024, the Beret Ceremony is TOMORROW! Enjoy a special evening with your peers and select faculty and staff that includes a delicious buffet, brief remarks, and the distribution of your berets followed by the opportunity to view the Senior Show Exhibition. This PCA&D tradition is only open to the graduating class (no guests). See you there! πŸŽ“

When the Lancaster Stormers baseball team takes the field for opening day this week, a little piece of PCA&D also makes its lineup debut. A new ballcap design, created by Graphic Design junior Maddie Reynolds, will go on sale in the team's store. "I was looking at what younger generations are into, and also wanted to pull in a vintage feel," said Reynolds, a native of Parkesburg, Pa. Her end result, a curved "Stormers" text superimposed over an outline of homeplate, carries over that simple, but vintage, vibe. Five finalists β€” Warren Burke, Bahir Harris, Aiyana Alvarado, and Leslie Bosch, along with Reynolds β€” were chosen, and Reynolds' design was chosen by a public vote on social media. ... Continue reading this story at the LINK IN OUR BIO! πŸ”—

Good food. Good weather. Good people. Who could ask for more? Thank you to everyone who came out on Friday to our End of Year Picnic at Long's Park and a big thank you to our wonderful team who helped put together the event to celebrate the end of the semester! Have a wonderful summer break, you deserve it! 🌞

#ICYMI, there's still plenty of time to stop by and see two exhibitions, "True Americana" by Alexia Eggleston '23 and "The World Where Mind and Reality Split" by Jasmyn Stokes '23, currently being featured in the Hayden and CORE galleries at PCA&D! These exhibitions are a culmination of a yearlong fellowship at the College where both Eggleston and Stokes served as Pennsylvania College of Art & Design's first-ever Career Development fellows. The shows will be up through June 30, so stop by!

Happy last day of classes, PCA&D... we're tipping our caps to you! Here is a round-up of some of our favorite memories from this year, what's yours? 🀩

Your diplomas are #SignedAndSealed, Class of 2024! You're almost there πŸŽ“

Alex Smith, a Foundation student in the Live Experience Design & Production major, had worked a couple of music festivals before. But his recent week at the P'al Norte festival in Mexico, "seeing it all in action, the actual 'we have to go live now' experience" was on a different level altogether. For six days, Smith had the chance not only to shadow industry professionals, but also to gain some hands-on experiences, working behind the scenes on the festival's stages. "Meeting with everyone at a higher level and watching them work on (the festival) at that level ... getting the chance to work hands-on at something like this, with everyone being so super open and nice" has confirmed his interest in pursuing live experience as a career, Smith said. ... Full story linked in our BIO! πŸ”—

We're just ten days from Commencement 2024 at PCA&D! Practice makes perfect...check out some of the pictures from today's rehearsal. πŸŽ‰

Earth without art is just...EH! #HappyEarthDay to all our artists who make the world a little more special. 🌏