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Native American Art Talks Feb. 4

Native American Art Talks Feb. 4
Join Native American artists and historians for a discussion of the art of the Columbia River Plateau. "Tamánwit: A Symposium on Columbia River Art and Sovereignty" takes place Thursday, Feb. 4. Free and open to the public.

Pain and Voice: Opening Feb.3

Pain and Voice: Opening Feb.3
An art exhibit that explores trauma, transformation and the work artists make when life supersedes. Curated by graphic design faculty Meredith James. Reception Feb. 3 at 5 p.m. Exhibit on view through Feb. 26.

New $10,000 prize for students

New $10,000 prize for students
Students are invited to apply for the newly established Andries Deinum Prize for Visionaries and Provocateurs, which celebrates the exceptional creative potential of a junior, senior or graduate student in the PSU College of the Arts. Applications are due by Friday, April 1.
The College of the Arts provides outstanding professional training and education in architecture, art, design, music, theater and film.

At Portland State University College of the Arts, students cultivate the skills and discipline needed to develop a successful and sustainable career in the arts.

Lincoln Performance Hall, our premier theater, is the busiest fine arts venue in Portland, hosting performances more than 200 nights a year.

Our faculty and alumni are deeply enmeshed in Portland’s vibrant creative community, building their careers in the arts while enriching the city’s reputation as a center for innovation and culture.