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VRC CoffeeTalk

CoffeeTalk is back! Come grab some complimentary coffee, tea, and snacks…
Add to my Calendar 2023-02-01 01:30:00 2023-01-31 16:25:39 VRC CoffeeTalk CoffeeTalk is back! Come grab some complimentary coffee, tea, and snacks before the school day begins down in the Veterans Resource Center! Everyone is welcome If you would like to request dietary substitutions, please reach out to us at psuvrc@pdx.edu Smith Memorial Union Room 018 psuvrc@pdx.edu psuvrc@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public

Building forearc topography via the earthquake cycle: elastic…

PSU's Geology Seminar Series will be continuing this week with Juliet Crider from the University of Washington. This weeks topic will be Building…
Add to my Calendar 2023-02-01 15:30:00 2023-02-01 16:30:00 Building forearc topography via the earthquake cycle: elastic rebound, permanent strain, and the subduction-zone energy PSU's Geology Seminar Series will be continuing this week with Juliet Crider from the University of Washington. This weeks topic will be Building Forearc Topography via the Earthquake Cycle: Elastic Rebound, Permanent Strain, and the Subduction-Zone Energy budget. We hope to see you there! Learn more here + Zoom link Cramer Hall or on Zoom geology@pdx.edu geology@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public

Noon Concert Series: Harmonic Canon

Watch the live stream or the recorded concert.   Arx Music presents "…
Add to my Calendar 2023-02-02 12:00:00 2023-02-02 13:00:00 Noon Concert Series: Harmonic Canon Watch the live stream or the recorded concert.   Arx Music presents "Harmonic Canon" by Dominic Murcott. Created in collaboration with sculptor Marcus Vergette, The Harmonic Canon is both the name of the piece and the double bell that was custom-made for it. Comprising of two bells tuned a semitone apart, The Bell (8 feet long, and feet tall) was created using Finite Element Analysis, a type of structural analysis that determines the vibration patterns of the bell, manipulating its harmonic series to create a complex series of frequencies that make up a note. The result is a sound world that straddles consonance and dissonance, murky and clear, pure and distorted. Parts of the bells are in tune with each other, while others are out of tune, creating a unique ‘beating’ between the bells. Oh – and did we mention it spins? The Harmonic Canon is currently housed in the bottom floor of PSU's Lincoln Hall, where it can be viewed and heard leading up to this performance on February 2nd. More information at www.arxduo.com/harmonic-canon. The Noon Concert Series is a weekly opportunity to experience the sounds of the PSU School of Music & Theater. Join us on Thursdays during fall, winter, and spring terms for a diverse program of concerts featuring students, faculty, and special guests. Learn more about the Percussion Area at Portland State University School of Music & Theater.  Lincoln Recital Hall (LH75) 1620 SW Park Ave Portland, OR Streaming LIVE on YouTube PSU School of Music & Theater music@pdx.edu PSU School of Music & Theater music@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public

Show & Tell: Michael Ellsworth from Civilization

Join us for our Show & Tell Design Lecture Series as we welcome…
Add to my Calendar 2023-02-02 12:00:00 2023-02-02 13:00:00 Show & Tell: Michael Ellsworth from Civilization Join us for our Show & Tell Design Lecture Series as we welcome Michael Ellsworth Civilization is a design practice based in Seattle, Washington, that builds identity systems, digital experiences, printed materials, environmental graphics, and exhibitions that are engaging, empathetic, sustainable, and create meaningful connections. Their practice is a recipient of the National Design Award for Communication Design from the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in honor of “excellence, innovation, and enhancement on the quality of daily life." Their internationally recognized work is included in the permanent collection of the SFMOMA and the Milton Glaser Design Archives at SVA. They have won numerous honors, including a Webby Award for Best Activist Website. Their work is regularly featured in print publications and global media outlets such as The Guardian, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and NPR. Their Seattle-based Design Lecture Series has featured April Greiman, Emory Douglas, Paula Scher, and many more. Michael Ellsworth is the co-founder and principal of Civilization, and Trish Chua is the studio's account manager. builtbycivilization.com Show & Tell is PSU Graphic Design’s lunchtime lecture series where working design professionals stop by to blow our minds with their wisdom. Our lectures happen (nearly) every Thursday during the school year at noon Pacific time, and are hosted by the students of DES 125 Show & Tell. All lectures happen on Zoom at psu.gd/showandtell Online art-design@pdx.edu art-design@pdx.edu America/Los_Angeles public

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