Posted on Nov 9th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
New elective for winter lead by Jordan Rosenblum @zeroprocess!
How can design help us make meaning of a place? The course will explore exhibition design, though a collaborative project designing an exhibition about a historic site in the Portland area. Students will research multiple facets of the site including its historical, ecological, and contemporary contexts. The course will also take a critical approach to traditional interpretive exhibition design, seeking an alternative that includes voices that are typically under-represented. The project will be developed in partnership with the Five Oaks Museum. This will be a highly interdisciplinary course, and students interested in socially engaged art, writing, online and print publication, and artistic research are encouraged to enroll. Questions? Reach out to Jordan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on May 24th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Posted on Sep 30th, 2019 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Welcome Back! Make sure to pick up a new PSUGD Guide IRL at school from an advisor or download a PDF or BOTH! This guide is a good entry point to our program and features ways to get involved for this upcoming school year! Download HERE!
Posted on Feb 25th, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Posted on Jan 16th, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Similarly Different is a visual collaboration between graphic design students from Portland (Oregon, USA), and London (UK). The annual project experiments with the notion of national points of view through the mediums of letterpress, screen printing, Risograph, and digital reproduction. Students then exhibit their work in both London and Portland.
Come to an info session about the faculty-led trip to London this July.
Thursday, January 25, 1pm in room 320!