Sean Schumacher, Art and Design faculty, presented a talk titled "The Territory Is Not The Map" along with the project "An Unexplored Region" at the Strange Utility: Architecture Toward Other Ends symposium, Portland State University, April 27.
Emmy Award Winner Dustin Morrow, Asst. Prof. of Film, will be in attendance for the premier screening of his feature musical EVERYTHING WENT DOWN at Whitsell Auditorium, Portland Art Museum, presented by NW Film Center.
Junghee Lee, Art and Design faculty, presented a paper titled "Pictorial Tile and Clay Buddhist Sculptures of the Paekche Kingdom, Korea" in the panel "Works in Clay in Early Korean and Japanese Buddhism," which she organized for the Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies in San Diego, March 24.
Strange Utility: Architecture Toward Other Ends is a two-day symposium taking place April 26 & 27 in the School of Architecture at Portland State University. This symposium gathers an astonishing array of artists, writers, thinkers and architects who will discuss the concept of utility in the built environment, as seen and expressed in unexpected ways through the lens of other creative disciplines -- such as visual art, graphic design, film, literature, and even the graphic novel.