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Photography and Truth: March 1

Photography and Truth: March 1
Photography played an important role in German propaganda before World War II. Delve into historical images and competing claims to truth with Rutgers art history professor Andrés Mario Zervigón. Wednesday, March 1, Noon, Art Building 200. Free.

"The Bacchae" March 3-11

"The Bacchae" March 3-11
The PSU Theater program presents a disturbingly relevant look at the conflict between reason and nature in Euripides' classic play. March 3-11 in Lincoln Performance Hall. $6-$15.

"Fern Hill" March 3+5

"Fern Hill" March 3+5
The PSU Orchestra joins the Chamber Choir, Man Choir and Vox Femina to perform modern American masterworks including Aaron Copland's "Appalachian Spring" and a choral piece based on Dylan Thomas' poem "Fern Hill." 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 3, 4 p.m.
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.