Book Binding + Paper Basics with Precious Bugarin

Posted on Apr 3rd, 2017 by Kate Bingaman-Burt


Learn paper basics and binding tips + tricks in this fun, hands-on workshop!

Precious will cover

Paper basics + Ink Jet Printing: How to get good results on your home printer
Craft basics: Cutting, Scoring, and Folding
Inspiration: A selection of binding inspiration to show

Students may follow along during the demos
Paper and Adhesive included

Please bring: Cutting matte, cork back metal ruler at least 12 inches, xacto or utility knife, butter knife or other scoring tool, pencil + black marker

See you there!

Please register at Eventbrite


Friday Field Trip: Juliet Zulu

Posted on Apr 3rd, 2017 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Come join us on a tour of Juliet Zulu on April 7th.

From humble beginnings, Juliet Zulu has been the dedication, passion and talent of a group of artists and their unwavering drive to deepen a pursuit of filmmaking by collaborating with excellent clients. A team whose greatest strength is solidarity, shorthand and a seven year camaraderie in an otherwise freelance based industry.

What started as a production company grew into a creative agency that fell headfirst into becoming a global agency of record. The instincts and talents of this team found success in yearly brand strategy, seasonal creative direction and large content roll-outs across digital and traditional mediums.

But today, we return to our roots and our first calling to pursue filmmaking with complete focus. To build on each individual’s skills and experience. To make wonderful, compelling and impactful stories in film. To work with new and exciting clients and put our best foot forward, which in our case is when we all step forward together.

Eventbrite Registration Required


Show & Tell: Tina Snow Le

Posted on Apr 3rd, 2017 by Kate Bingaman-Burt


We are pleased to welcome Tina Snow Le for our next Show & Tell on Thursday, 4/6 at 12pm!

Talks are free and open to the public! 2000 SW 5th Ave, Room 320

Tina Snow Le is a Vietnamese American, first-generation college graduate who currently navigates several different creative spheres at once. She’s an Art Director and designer who makes digital experiences and products at Instrument, while at the same time developing projects that explore how design can impact society for the better. Her clients include Nike, Ideo, Photojojo, Wildfang, Dr. Pepper, Levi’s and more. Her most recent endeavors include designing wallpaper inspired by the powerful intuition of the Wild Woman, and launching a mentorship program called Back to Back that champions diversity in the Portland creative community.

Promo by Tricia Leach


Show & Tell: Always With Honor

Posted on May 9th, 2016 by Kate Bingaman-Burt


Always With Honor is the collective work of Elsa & Tyler Lang. Their mission is to create work that reflects their curiosity and pursuit of clarity.

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Come join us this Thursday to help us welcome Always With Honor to Show & Tell!


Facebook invite

Promos by Cameron Behbahany


Support PSUGD, play Bingo, and pay homage to Drake!

Posted on Feb 1st, 2016 by briar



We’re playing bingo y’aaaallll!

All Drake everything, music, bingo cards, drake cake, and even a gree screen to get a picture of you dancing with drake!

HOW IT WORKS: classic bingo rules, we will call out numbers and letters unitll someone is able to score a bingo on one of their cards. THER IS NO CARD LIMIT, wich means you can purchase as many bingo cards to use at the same time to increase your cahnces of wining that round. this means you can play one card during one round, OR you can play ten cards during one round. Each round will have a bingo winner, and a black out winner. The bingo winner is the first player is to score a bingo, and the BLACKOUT winner is the runner up who fills their entire card by blocking all of the spaces on thier card.


You DO NOT need to be a PSUGD student to come- there is no fee at the door. All bingo and drake lovers welcome. If you’re reading this … you should come.

>> February 11, 6:00pm AB 320