Huge thanks to adjunct Lori Gilbert for organizing our first yoga for graphic designers happening at the rec center on Friday, May 17th! 10:30-11:30 in room asrc 440/441. No previous yoga experience needed! Free for psu students with ID and $7 for non-students. Mats and props provided! Yoga instructor: Maple Loew. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s time to sign up for Friendtorship! Interested in mentoring high school students through hands on creative projects around themes such as social justice, art literacy and community? All majors welcome and no pre-requisites needed. Contact Lis Charman if you are interested! email@example.com
Hey Sophomores! Tired of sitting alone with your computer? Want to check out old portfolios? Need some quick and dirty feedback? Head on up to AB 330 on Monday and Wednesday from 3:00 to 4:30. Weeks 7, 8, & 9, Kate G. (and whoever else might wander by) will be hanging out there if you want to take a look at old portfolios, need to work around another human, or just want fresh eyes on a project.
These won’t be formal advising sessions so no DARs required!
Hope to see you there!
Join us this Thursday at noon to welcome PSUGD Alumni and Murmur Creative Founder Andrew Bolton to Show & Tell!
is an integrated branding, packaging, and website agency. We design experiences that deepen the relationship between your audience and your brand.
Andrew founded Murmur Creative in 2007. Having just graduated from Portland State University’s design program, he quickly forged lasting relationships with local Portland businesses and began growing Murmur Creative to the full-service creative agency that it is today.
Andrew’s expertise spans many styles and mediums, from web design and UI/UX to packaging and print design. Andrew specializes in branding, and loves elevating organizations through beautiful and meaningful identity design.
Andrew’s expertise spans many styles and mediums, from web design and UI/UX.
Brett Stenson is an Art Director and Illustrator at Jolby & Friends, as well as an independent artist creating paintings and objects inspired by cerebral journaling and the mysteries of mother nature.
Come and join us this Thursday at noon in room 320 to say hello to Brett!