Join our All School Slack!

Posted on Sep 28th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

It was apparent during Spring term that we all were really missing a place to have impromptu conversations, give/receive feedback, ask questions, and just connect with one another while adapting to remote learning!

While nothing can replace our art building, we really want to try to create some type of space where students can connect outside of class. Many of us have used Slack for classes in the past and have joined other community groups using the platform.

For those who are unfamiliar, It’s essentially an organized chatroom/forum. Members can create and join a number of “channels” with specific topics, chat as groups or one-on-one, post links/files, and integrate other apps (like google docs and survey monkey). This is an opportunity to create a virtual space that bridges the gap between virtual learning and in-person conversation.

So, what we’d like from you: Join the channel, talk with us on Slack, and share it with your classmates!

If you’re interested in joining this workspace, you can sign up with your email here: 


Comma Friday Hotline!

Posted on Sep 28th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

*COMMA is back* Join the hotline call to hear about our work in summer. Movement PSUGD is a series of meetings to Listen, Learn + Act in response to the experiences of BIPOC students. COMMA Mentorships is our *new* mentorship program with NIKE! Plus, we launched a website <>!

Signup for our Friday call to learn more, meet our Movement facilitator Toni Tabora-Roberts and hang out. We’re here to support one another!

Signup for the call!


Comma Mentorship!

Posted on Sep 28th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Above: New Comma Mentorship Porgram with Nike North America Brand Design! Promo by Naomi Likayi and Syd Dolzine

COMMA is excited to announce its pilot mentorship program with Nike North America Brand Design!! A limited number of mentorship opportunities will be offered to BIPOC identifying and ally students who passed the sophomore review. More information and the application can be found here <>. Apply by Oct 7th at 2pm for this awesome opportunity!


Show & Tell: Fall 2020!

Posted on Sep 27th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Promos for Fall 2020 by Brandon Braun

Hello and Welcome Back! We are excited to announce the lineup for Show and Tell Fall 2020! So many amazingly talented people ready to share their coveted design secrets, stories, and experiences.

Show and Tell is PSU Graphic Design’s weekly lunchtime lecture series. Our lectures happen (nearly) every Thursday during the school year at noon Pacific here on! The public is welcome and the lectures are free!

All talks will be held via Zoom. Please note that space in our virtual Zoom lecture hall is limited, but a YouTube livestream may also be made available. Keep an eye on each speaker’s page, which will be linked here, for more information.

October 1st: GD WELCOME BACK! Our Faculty will each have 5 minutes to talk about their work and will answer any questions that you have for the term!
Also, Show & Tell looks different this year…it’s also a class for 60 brand new PSGUD Freshmen! Come and say HELLO!

October 7th: Alumni Talks with a variety of former PSUGD students all doing a variety of things!

October 15th: Tsilli Pines from Instrument

October 22nd: The Beauty Shop / Visible

October 29th: Marisol Ortega 

November 5th: Ali Godil/ House of Gul

November 12th: Dinesh Dave 


Mentorship Care Package: Sophomore Portfolio Review 2020

Posted on Jun 16th, 2020 by Sean Schumacher

The Summer Care Package: A summer gift for students from the Mentorship Team

As summer starts, the A+D Projects Mentorship team (Lily, Mel, Sparkman, and Harrison) have put together a ZIP file full of fun readings, activities, and more for you to work on. Whether you participated in the Review or are just looking for some activities, this is a great place to start!

Download the care package now! →