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Film Faculty Pam Minty's "Direct Route" to Screen at NW Filmmaker's Festival

Film faculty Pam Minty's "Direct Route" is screening at this year's Northwest Filmmaker's Festival

Who: Pam Minty
What: Direct Route selected to screen at this year's Northwest Filmmakers' Festival
When: Friday, November 13 @ 5pm
Where: Whitsell Auditorium, Portland Art Museum
Hosted by: Northwest Film Center

Direct Route at Northwest Filmmakers' Festival

Pam Minty's Website

Film Professor Amy Borden Presents at NoRMMA Conference

Assistant Professor of Film Amy E. Borden will present her paper “Before Motion Picture World: Movies in Gilded Age American Magazines” at the upcoming NoRMMA conference Turning the Page: Digitization, Movie Magazines, and Historical Audience Studies hosted by the Network of Researchers: Movies, Magazines and Audiences (NoRMMA), a research network situated at the University of Kent, and the University of Ghent.

Theater Students Spend Day with LA's Culture Clash

After Richard Montoya of LA's Culture Clash visited Devon Allen's Experimental Acting class, students Kate Peri and Alexander Atwood were invited down to Los Angeles to spend the day with area artists interested in theatre with social themes. Culture Clash sponsored and funded our students for this wonderful trip on July 26th, 2015.

Art Exhibit "Storylines: Art and Remote Conflict" Oct. 7-28

Sabina Haque, adjunct faculty member in the School of Art & Design at Portland State University, presents an art exhibit "Storylines: Art and Remote Conflict" and panel discussion.

Dance Faculty Linda K. Johnson in The New Explorers

Dance faculty member, Linda K. Johnson is included in the soon-to-be-released book The New Exploreres: Making Meaning in the 21st Century American Landscape

The book is now available for pre-order on Amazon, and the launch will be in Portland on Nov. 19th at Oregon College of Arts and Crafts.  The evening event will include a panel moderated by Ethan Seltzer, and will include curator and art historian Prudence Roberts, artist Camille Seaman, and Linda K. Johnson - among others.