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


Have a PROJECT for Garage Projects?

Posted on Jan 3rd, 2016 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Site & Newsletter SlideGarage Projects is an installation space for artists and designers, located within Station Place Garage at 720 NW Lovejoy Courtin Northwest Portland. Events and installations are facilitated by The School of Art + Design at Portland State.

Residents will have access to a locked window exhibition space facing the street that could be used for installations, a small park that includes benches, trees and sidewalks and a locked room located within the center of the parking garage that can be used for installation prep. We are looking for proposals that are site-specific, engage a diverse audience, include or invite the public into the space, and help develop a sense of identity for Garage Projects.

Interested? Fill out a proposal and get more information at
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Garage Projects Promos designed by Kelly Ongkowidjojo 


Making Stuff and Throwing Stuff Away

Posted on Nov 23rd, 2015 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Making Stuff & Throwing Stuff Away is a graphic design student-centered discussion about our role as stuff-makers in a world saturated with stuff already. Hosted by PSUGD student Nina Berry, the talk will include a few short films, some great ideas being shared, and some intense snacking. Be there!


Annex Weekly Creative Corner!

Posted on Nov 2nd, 2015 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Above: This week’s theme: MIDDLE SCHOOL. November 1-7

Make an album cover, an outfit, a catch phrase, a friend, anything! YOU NAME IT! Anything from drawings, paintings, collages, photographs, digital illustrations, information graphics, poems, stories, ANYTHING!

Come join the Annex Zine team Thursdays (Nov. 4 and Nov. 12) in AB 320 from 1-2 pm (right after Show & Tell!) for the weekly creative corner. Art supplies will be provided. There will be a different prompt every week, and participants will create something pertaining to that theme for the chance to get their work included in the zine!

Cant make it to the creative corner? Email your work to and Instagram it instead! #AnnexZine The weekly prompt will be published on FOGD’s Instagram (@fogd). Make sure to use #AnnexZine !!! Also, keep your eye out for the Annex table at other PSUGD/FOGD events. Come create with us!

Stay tuned. The Annex team just might be having an off campus event in collaboration with FOGD on November 6th!

What the heck is Annex? Annex is a publication produced by A+D Projects that showcases the work and people involved in the GD department at PSU (students of all levels, faculty, guest speakers, associates, green room / print lab staff etc) in addition to interviews with alumni, local studios, fabricators and more!


MFA Lecture Series: Ryan Pierce

Posted on Oct 25th, 2015 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

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PSU MFA Studio Lectures Series presents: Ryan Pierce
Tuesday October 27 / 7:00pm
Lincoln Hall Room 75
1620 SW Park Avenue
Portland State University
free & open to the public

Ryan Pierce makes paintings, texts, and journeys inspired by the resilience of the natural world. He draws on influences from ecological theory, literature, and folk art to create vivid and complex visions of our near future.

He has exhibited internationally and his work has been recognized by grants from the Joan Mitchell and San Francisco Foundations, and the Regional Arts and Culture Council, as well as by reviews in Art in America, Art Papers, and The Oregonian. Pierce has been an artist in residence at the Ucross Foundation, Caldera, and Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder in Norway, and a fellow at the Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency at Sitka Center for Art & Ecology. Pierce has taught at colleges and universities throughout Oregon and lectured as a Visiting Artist at more than 40 institutions. In 2012, he was the recipient of an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Oregon Arts Commission. He is represented by Elizabeth Leach Gallery in Portland.

Pierce is the co-founder, with activist Amy Harwood, of Signal Fire, a group that facilitates wilderness residencies and retreats for artists of all disciplines.

promos by Elise Furlan, A+D Projects