Northwest College of Art & Design

Tacoma, WA
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About Our College

The school was established in 1982. Initially it was in Lemolo in Poulsbo.[3] In 1991 the institution, then the Northwest College of Art, began leasing the former Mains Manor in Suquamish, and in 2000 Craig Freeman, the founder of the school, bought the property.[4] The Squamish tribe had purchased the former college building for $5.03 million on November 28, 2017, and made it into the current Chief Kitsap Building.[5] The college, at that time, moved to Tacoma, having purchased a building there.[3]

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