Above: Meet FRESH GRAD Arlen! She will be showing her work at FRESH on December 6th.
Our event site is LIVE! Hop on over to http://psu.gd/fresh to check out the work of the 15 soon to be grads that will be showing their work on December 6th from 5:30-8:30 at Tillamook Station. Follow along with us on instagram this week as we upload mini profiles of all 15 students.
The Portland State Graphic Design program is raising the roof at Tillamook Station to showcase their senior portfolios. Join us on December 6th from 5:30-8:30 to say hello and review the work of 15 FRESH graduates. FRESH requires registration. If you are interested in working with one of our grads, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
GOOD GOOD GREAT! The deadline for GOOD Market goods submission has been extended beyond the 18th! Come in any day that has a date on this calendar during the times listed in the key, and we’ll be here to collect your FIVE DOLLARS AND GOODS.
Please submit your money and goods simultaneously, we will not accept goods without your fee. If you’re going to a drop off time and not a packaging party, your items HAVE to be packaged and labeled. For more information and to download the required tags, see our last GOOD Market tumblr post.
See you guys soon!
Don’t forget, Tomorrow 11/18 is our first packaging party and applications close at 8AM!
Do you want to be a mentor? Or, do you need a mentor? The sign-up link is live! https://goo.gl/forms/XMmO261CwikcVMQ23
The mentorship program pairs juniors and seniors with sophomores to help you through sophomore year and the portfolio process. You will be matched up with a mentor/mentee and you can decide together how often you want to meet. There will be a kick off meeting sometime in the near future.
We still need lots of mentors, so please, if you are a junior or a senior, sign up! If you made it through the portfolio review, you will be an excellent mentor!
If anyone has any questions, we’d be happy to answer them in the comments here!
Also, a shout out to Peter T. Le who made this promo, and has been doing an amazing job of running the mentorship program this year.
Please join us this Thursday for the final Show & Tell of the term!
As a motion designer Emily came to Uncorked as a freelancer, until she was captured and made a nice little nest in the design department. Prior to joining the team Emily spent her time at a variety of studios in Portland, full-time as well as freelance.
Hailing from Michigan, she earned her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan and originally thought she would be a paper craft artist. Or ceramics.
Outside the studio Emily loves going to storytelling events, running, biking, gardening and doing all the dares.
Promo by Lena Abbott