Let’s Go to London!

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

Above: THURSDAY at 1pm in AB 320

London IS calling!
Come to the info session on the faculty-led Summer trip to London with Professor Briar Levit.
Start with general information about the program here.
Look at past travel cohorts and work here.


Scholarship Help Sessions!

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

Above:Scholarship Deadline is Feb 1st!

There will be two application help sessions during the following dates and times listed below. Both sessions will take place in AB 140.

Tuesday, January 28th from 12 to 1
Thursday, January 30th from 12 to 1

For questions please contact Erik Geschke:
To apply:


It’s time for MENTORSHIP!

Posted on Jan 13th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

What do Spring, the new animal crossing, and mentorship have in common?  They are all things we’ve been waiting for. And guess what? One of them is finally here! Yes, you can finally SIGN UP to get (or be!) a mentor! If you’re working on your portfolio, getting a mentor is probably the single best thing you could do, behind, well, turning it in on time. And if you’ve already passed: give back! Sophomores need your help (and it’s fun!).
sign up HERE to be a MENTOR (you’ve passed review)
sign up HERE to be a MENTEE (you’re going through review)


Show & Tell: Fran Bittakis founder of JOOP JOOP

Posted on Jan 6th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

It’s our FIRST Show & Tell of 2020! Join us at noon in room 320 to kick the term off right with the incredible Fran Bittakis!
FRAN BITTAKIS/ฟราน บิทากิส (pronouns She/Her) is Thai-American, born and raised in Chicago to immigrant parents and has lived in Portland since 2004. In 2019, she established and founded JOOP JOOP.
Fran has been engaged in social justice and activism since the late 90’s (Food Not Bombs, booking punk shows and events, Youth Liberation Conference) and active again since 2016 (NXT LVL + SNACK BLOC). She’s also co-owner of a custom screen printing shop specializing in flatstock for 11 years in Portland, OR called Seizure Palace.
One of her biggest passions is to be involved in connecting her communities to each other while creating a positive impact through collaborating and producing projects with those communities.

 is a radical creative agency specializing in producing events, photoshoots, music videos, film, social media content, workshops, consultation and curation while representing Creatives of Color and allies through bringing equity, inclusion and a social justice framework to challenge conventional paradigms and systems.
JOOP JOOP is committed to hiring and collaborating with womxn, BIPoC, LGBTQIA2S+ folx and accomplices. Our goal is to create work and content that is relevant to us, tell our stories through our lenses and bring them forward and take up space within these industries with a plan to roll out an agency representing multidisciplinary creatives and crew in the near future.

Join Friendtorship!

Posted on Nov 18th, 2019 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Make a difference, make a friend! Join Friendtorship for Winter 2020! Let’s mentor high school students through hands-on creative projects around themes such as social justice, art literacy, and community. This course should be of particular value and interest to students who have a desire to teach and inspire, increasing access to arts learning for under-served teens.