a place for art and ideas

Angry Pigeon Gallery

Named for our school mascot, that feisty downtown bird, the Angry Pigeon Gallery is Northwest Academy’s storefront exhibition and performance space in downtown Portland. The Pigeon features shows by students, faculty, alumni, and established artists, writers, and performers. The Pigeon hosts open mics for students and faculty and a variety of literary events as well.

Holiday Art Sale Angry Pigeon Gallery

Dec 5, 2012 |

Pop Up Art Sale

December 14, 4-7pm. Includes works by Sabater, Ramme, Northwest Academy photographers, Alumni


ramme

Jun 27, 2012 |

Photography and artwork by 2012 graduating seniors

Angry Pigeon Opening Show: Photography and artwork by 2012 graduating seniors. The Pigeon opening reception, held on First Thursday, featured included musical and theatrical performances by the seniors. The seniors were also required to provide custom dissertations. This was the first year that so much was required of them so late in the term.


  • You Are More Than Just a Test Score or a Grade Point Average.

    Our admissions process is designed to help us get to know each student through a classroom visit, the student’s written work, and entrance exams written and evaluated by our teachers.

    You Are More Than Just a Test Score or a Grade Point Average.
  • Find Your Passion

    Northwest Academy is committed to inspiring students to discover their intellectual and artistic voices in a creative and supportive atmosphere fueled by curiosity and constructive challenge.

    Find Your Passion
  • College Counseling

    Our College Counselor works with students to find schools that will be a good match for them. Northwest Academy graduates attend a diverse selection of colleges and universities across the country including Duke University, Bard College, New York University, and Rhode Island School of Design.

    College Counseling
    College application workshop
  • Middle school students are capable of far more rigorous work than they often experience

    Middle school students are acquiring critical skills that will determine the caliber of work they do in high school and college.

    Middle school students are capable of far more rigorous work than they often experience