Works in Progress

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Direction: Karin Magaldi
Scenic & Lighting Design: Daniel Meeker
Costume Design: Alison Heryer

Preview: Thursday, February 26, at 7:30 p.m.
Performs: Friday-Sunday; February 27 - March 1 (Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2:00 p.m.)
Wednesday-Saturday, March 4 - 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Lincoln Performance Hall

Presented by Friends of Graphic Design & the Graphic Design Program of Portland State University

Show & Tell is an almost weekly lecture series that invites working professionals to blow our minds with wisdom, both in person and through the magic of the World Wide Web! Our lectures happen most Thursdays at noon in the Art Building, 2000 SW 5th Avenue, Room 320. The public is welcome and the lectures are free!

 

 

Portland’s Hollywood Theatre. Photograph by John Keel

Read the original article in Moviemaker Magazine.

New video on campus reuse project

Joe Fyfe
March 11, 2015
7:30 pm

An exciting current collaboration partners graduate students from the School of Art and Design's Social Practice MFA program with attendees of Portland Public Schools' Martin Luther King School in Northeast Portland. 

View the full profile here:

Social Practice Goes to School

Current and former theater students work on Profile's production 0f Dead Man's Cell Phone.
Film student Joshua Keanaaina completes documentary.

Tune in to KPSU at noon on Tuesday, February 17 to hear Social Practice MFA students Emily Fitzgeral and Zachary Gough interview Carrie Smith-Prei.

Majoring in film at PSU isn’t only for filmmakers. It readies you to work in state and local government where you can help to develop the industry’s footprint, as Shelley Midthun does for Portland as the Film, Television, and Digital Media Program Manager at the Portland Development Commission.

Please join us to hear Shelley talk about her work:

Lincoln Hall 331

January 23

12:00-1:00 PM

PSU design students, OEC and Migration Brewing collaborate

PSU A+D students work with high school students from Centennial Park School

A study of violence that is so pervasive it has seeped into and inoculated inanimate objects--making everything in the service of war.

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