Pacific Northwest College of Art
Linda Kliewer is Senior/Thesis Chair and Assistant Professor in the Intermedia Department at Pacific Northwest College of Art and at Mount Hood Community College. Her passions are social documentary and teaching. Kliewer's artwork is primarily self-portraiture and social comment. Her video art has been screened in the Portland Documentary and Experimental Film Festival, the Northwest Film and Video Festival and in New York and Europe. Her photos, included in the Visual Chronicle of Portland and in It's Us: A Celebration of Who We Are in America Today (Time Warner Inc., traveling exhibit for the American Library Association (1996) have been published nationally and internationally. Kliewer was the first female TV news photographer in Virginia (1977), and the Regional Producer and Chief Cinematographer for the feature-length documentary Ballot Measure 9 (1992). This documentary won the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival (1999). Kliewer received her BFA from the University of Virginia.