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Studio Practice Lecture Series: Andrea Geyer

The PSU Studio MFA Visiting Artist Lecture Series proudly presents Andrea Geyer. Wednesday, April 16, Shattuck Annex, SW Broadway & Hall, 7 pm. FREE and open to the public!

Portland State gets a whole lot of Dark Horse

This article originally appeared in the Oregonian on October 15, 2008. Click here for the original


Gone are the days when eyebrows automatically shot up at the idea of colleges teaching courses about comic books. Academics now routinely present research papers with such titles as "Spandex Agonistes: Superhero Comics Confront the War on Terror," or "When Hawkman Met Tailgunner Joe: Constructing the Fifties as a Usable Past."

Opening Reception: 2nd Annual Juried Exhibition of PSU Student Work

You are invited to the opening reception for the 2nd Annual Juried Exhibition of PSU Student Work!
Thursday, April 10, 5-8 p.m.
Littman Gallery, SMSU 250

Littman & White Galleries
Portland State University
1825 SW Broadway St. #250
Portland, OR 97201
(503) 725-5656

Engaging Asia Lecture Series: From Cultural Revolution to Cultural Renaissance

From Cultural Revolution to Cultural Renaissance
Hong Mautz, Founder & President of Chinus Cultural Productions


Wednesday, May 21, 2014
6:00 PM

PSU campus, SMSU 327-8

FREE & open to the public.

The Saturday Series: Monumental Gestures in the Public Sphere

Alternating venues, Portland2014: A Biennial of Contemporary Art, will host a series of conversations, performances, screenings and workshops each Saturday during the run of the Biennial, at various sites across the city. All events are free and open to the public. "Monumental Gestures in the Public Sphere" is a conversation about the nature of of public art and social practice held between Ralph Pugay, Christopher Michlig and John Zerzan, as moderated by Harrell Fletcher. This discussion marks the first in the Saturday Series.

Trash talk

Join the Studio Collective art class on Monday, March 10 to talk trash. 

On January 27, the Studio Collective, along with the Campus Sustainability Office's waste management and food diversion coordinators, took inventory of the garbage collected in the Art + Design building.