Works in Progress

On Monday, October 20th, as part of the Portland State of Mind series of events, the Portland State Alumni Association will present a free screening of Portland State film professor Dustin Morrow's feature film musical "Everything Went Down".  The film has won five Best Film awards at film festivals, and screened at festivals, universities, conferences and art house cinemas across the country.  The movie received rave reviews from critics and was the subject of a TED Talk. 

Check out the work of fresh graduates from our graphic design program!


Image credit: Allison Gober

An architectural study abroad experience in Barcelona, Madrid & Girona
Student animation work from Laura DiTrapani's Visual Storytelling and 2D Animation classes.
A talk about possibilities for redesign of the Art Building
Partnership with the King School
Congratulations to Kelly Cousineau for winning the 2013-14 Community Engagement Award.

Congratulations to Film major Goutam Saha for winning the undergraduate President's Diversity Award.

Master of Architecture Design Thesis as Culmination and Inspiration

Fifteen Portland State University Master of Architecture students present fifteen unique creative challenges to the status quo in their final thesis presentations this week, May 15 and 16. 

The public is welcome to attend any thesis presentations; please contact the School of Architecture office at 503-725-8405 or to RSVP.

PSU Film Professor Amy Borden presents at SCMS

April 28, 2014 10:00am to May 9, 2014 5:00pm
Location: Autzen Gallery, Neuberger Hall Room 205, 724 SW Harrison
Reception: Thursday, May 1, 2014, 4-6 pm, Autzen Gallery

The University of Oregon's School of Architecture and Allied Arts Spring lecture series features a pair of lectures by B.D. Wortham-Galvin, Assistant Professor of Architecture at Portland State University, titled "Contingent Urbanism: When Tactics Become the Strategy."

Be Honest, annual celebration and sharing of Graphic Design student work.

Stefan Behnisch, one of the world’s leading advocates of sustainable building design, will give a public lecture at Portland State University’s School of Architecture at 7pm, Wednesday, April 16. Behnisch’s lecture will lead in to the School of Architecture’s Sustainable Structures Symposium, being held April 17–18. Behnisch’s lecture is free and open to the public.

Master printmaker Byron McClintock talks about his work with Eleanor Erskine's Advanced Prrintmaking class. In addition to sharing his knowledge, Mr. McClintock donated a wonderful press to the PSU print studio.