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Sandy Post: Walking art -- Journeying from PSU to Timberline

Art comes in many forms. To one group of classmates from Portland State University, even walking is a form of art. For their final project, they walked from PSU to Timberline.

Three Portland State MFA students win Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prizes

Jea Alford, Katie Holden and Pam Minty, three students in Portland State University’s Master of Fine Arts program, are the winners of the 2014 Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prizes.

Pat Boas, Art faculty, has an exhibit of large-scale drawings, titled “The Word Hand: Research/Rehearse,” at Weiden + Kennedy in Portland, May 16-29. The drawings are part of a collaboration with a dancer and visual artist, funded in part by the Regional

Pat Boas, Art faculty, has an exhibit of large-scale drawings, titled “The Word Hand: Research/Rehearse,” at Weiden + Kennedy in Portland, May 16-29. The drawings are part of a collaboration with a dancer and visual artist, funded in part by the Regional Arts and Culture Council and benefited from a Caldera Artist Residency in 2013. 

Sue Taylor, Art History faculty, presented a lecture, titled “At the Doors of the Academy: How Women Artists Worked Their Way In,” at the World Affairs Council of Oregon’s Teaching About Women in the World conference, at Portland State, May 17.

Sue Taylor, Art History faculty, presented a lecture, titled “At the Doors of the Academy: How Women Artists Worked Their Way In,” at the World Affairs Council of Oregon’s Teaching About Women in the World conference, at Portland State, May 17.

Pat Boas, Art and Design faculty, presented a lecture on the development of her drawing and painting series, “Unalphabetic,” at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, Ore., April 10.

Pat Boas, Art and Design faculty, presented a lecture on the development of her drawing and painting series, “Unalphabetic,” at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, Ore., April 10.

Shine a Light at the Portland Art Museum

JUNE 6, 6 P.M.–MIDNIGHT

Shine A Light 2014 once again asks visitors to reconsider what is possible in a museum. 

Join graduate students from PSU's Art and Social Practice program to engage with the Portland Art Museum in unexpected ways and celebrate socially engaged works of art.

A mix of artist-driven installations, performances, and interventions will take place throughout the Museum campus offering an exciting opportunity to rethink your relationship to art.