Posted on Apr 8th, 2019 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Join us to kick off our brand new lecture series during Design Week as we host Silas Munro on April 11th at 7pm at Redd on Salmon. There will be a super talk! food! drinks! tote bags! and hopefully you! Go and grab your ticket and be part of this excellent event.
This evening is made possible by the Matthias D. Kemeny Charitable Fund of the Oregon Jewish Community Foundation
The Matthias Kemeny Lecture Series needs volunteers to make the night run! Be part of our kick off! Sign up to volunteer here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0A4BAEAC2EA3FE3-matthias
Join us on Friday for an all day workshop with our guest Silas Munro! Grab your free ticket here!
About the workshop: To proclaim is both to announce publicly and declare something emphatically with emphasis. What do you care about? In your life? In your school? In design? In the wider world? If you could change any for the better, what would that entail? How might you go about that and enlist kindred folk in the process?
In this one-day workshop you are invited to write and design your own proclamation in type and image form. Building on the notion of a manifesto, but one that is not so patriarchal, extractive or exclusionary, what truth asks to be spoken? Maybe it’s more of a typographic whisper or mutter. Come to converse and make, while working individually and collectively to work out what you want in a designed world.
Posted on Dec 6th, 2018 by Sean Schumacher
Want to apply for scholarships but don’t know where to begin? Come to an very special School of Art and Design scholarship help session in January!
We’ve scheduled two sessions to help you out. Bring your completed FAFSA—faculty and staff, including COTA advisor Anna Pittioni, will be present to help explain the process and answer your questions. Snacks will be provided, too!
Scholarships are available for Art, Art History and Graphic Design majors. You can’t get one if you don’t apply. Reach for the money!
Sessions will be held:
Remember: the deadline for all scholarship applications is February 1!
Posted on Feb 25th, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Were you worried you weren’t going to make the deadline for the Best Foot Forward? Well worry no more! You have 3 1/2 EXTRA DAYS to submit! That’s right, we extended the date for submissions for the show to Monday, Feb 26 at 5 PM. SUBMIT SOMETHING, something you’ve already created! This is your chance to get your design work displayed in a gallery show (which looks great on a resume!). It’s SO SIMPLE. Just submit a form here: https://goo.gl/tPg27Z and then drop off your physical piece (if you have one) to the AB Gallery on Tues, Feb 27 between 2pm-6pm. SO easy!
For more information, please visit https://psu.gd/events/best-foot-forward/or email us at email@example.com.
Posted on Nov 14th, 2017 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Let’s get excited! It’s Good Market season! Be part of the PSUGD POP-UP shop held at Land Gallery on December 2nd and 3rd. Curious about what you should make? Want to learn about how to participate? Just have general questions about the whole dang deal? Come to the information session right after Show & Tell with AfterAll this Thursday at 1:00 in room 320. Let’s make some stuff to share and sell! Ready to sign up? Sign up!
Posted on Oct 3rd, 2017 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Elevating Impact Lab: Innovations in HealthElevating Impact Lab: Innovations in Health
In just 18 hours, you can create change!
•Take part in a powerful weekend designed to allow you to experience innovation.
•Learn tools and practice methods to sharpen entrepreneurial skills.
Please join us as we examine innovation, business, and applications in health.Seats are limited, so register now. A $10 fee will hold your seat.
Mark Your Calendars
Wednesday, October 11