Portfolio Roundup!

Posted on May 6th, 2019 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Hey Sophomores! Still want to take a look at some example portfolios? Adjunct Kate G. will be hanging out in AB 330 aka A+D projects on Monday and Wednesday from 3:15–4:30 and can help you find your way to some great portfolios from upperclassmen and alumni!


Good Market Update!

Posted on Apr 29th, 2019 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Drop off your fee and your products for GOOD Market! 

You’ve signed up to participate in the spring pop-up shop, but now it is time to drop off your $5 fee and all the products that you want to submit. Come to one of the drop off windows that are listed below:

Tuesday the 30th, 12:00pm-5:00pm in AB room 330
Thursday the 2nd, 12:00pm-5:00pm in AB room 330

If these drop off times will not work for you, email the GOOD Market team at or email Kayla at If you don’t drop off your fee, we will not accept any of your product, so make sure to do it!

There will also be a PACKAGING PARTY on Thursday, May 2nd during the drop off hours in AB room 330 at 1pm! The GOOD Market team will have snacks and music, and will have price tags printed out that you can use. You must bring your own packaging materials. Come join us!

Want to participate at the actual pop-up shop event on May 4th? Sign up to volunteer for GOOD Market here!


Designers of Color Meeting

Posted on Apr 29th, 2019 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

It’s time for another Designers of Color meeting! This Thursday from 1 to 2:30 in room 290 come and join up to talk about plans for this term and to also watch Beyonce’s Homecoming!


Show & Tell: Anna Rezende Galeotti

Posted on Apr 29th, 2019 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Ana Rezende is an architect from the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of São Paulo, Brazil. She has a Masters and PhD degree in Design, specializing in Color as a Language and Audiovisual Design.

She has taught undergraduate courses in Communications, Architecture, Interior and Graphic Design for the last 25 years in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Since 2009 she has been researching and teaching Color as a language for architects and designers.

As Fulbright Doctoral Student at Stamps School of Arts and Design at the University of Michigan she developed a project exploring the relationship between color and audiovisual elements, which resulted in a 3D (VR) Immersive Experience installation in a ‘Cave’ named “The Foam.

Her talk, “The Brazilian Graphic Design: Its History, Challenges and Scenes”, will be full of imagery of Brazil as well as the reality and challenges for contemporary designers.


Be Honest FAQ!

Posted on Apr 29th, 2019 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Thank you all so much for being a part of Be Honest! We have more than 140 people participating this year…the biggest turnout ever! Also, we rounded up some info about what to expect and what you can do to help out.

Here is a breakdown of how things will go the day of the event:

Date: Saturday, May 4th
Time: See schedule below
Location: Wieden + Kennedy, 224 NW 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
Facebook Event Page: Share with your friends/family!

Eventbrite Invite: Share with your friends/family who are not on facebook!

Schedule & Logistics

12:00pm: Set up Volunteers arrive
2:00pm: Participants Arrive to set up – Tables will be assigned by a lottery system.
4:00pm: All participant tables need to be set up
5:00–9:00pm: Student Showcase
9:00–10:00pm: ALL PARTICIPANTS help with tear down

During the event we will be serving beer and snacks for our guests. We’ll also have a Good Market selling student work and a general information/welcome table for PSUGD.

We will not have access to power supply or wifi, so make sure you’re charged up and prepared if you plan to show any work on your tablet or laptop!

Parking in the Pearl is a pain, so carpool, use public transportation, or have someone give you a ride.

We will be responsible for total clean up of the space, so we would like to have LOTS of volunteers for tear down/clean up. Sign up here!


Each student will have a 3ft wide by 1.5 ft deep area to display their work. It’s not much, so please plan ahead and carefully consider what you want to show. Consider how you can stack items vertically using boxes or other items to elevate work, as well as hang items from the front of your table. Take a look at previous years as to how people displayed work on their tables: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Full table size is 6 ft wide, which means they’re split in two, which means it will be smart to plan with your table partner.

Bring your own materials to decorate your table. Remember to bring tape, binder clips, string, etc. Whatever you think you might need to set up. Try doing a table “dress rehearsal” at home! Many participants also choose to make business cards, buttons or other giveaways for our guests.

Dress Code / Etiquette

  • Less formal than an interview, more formal than everyday. Wear something that will make you feel GOOD!
  • Wear comfortable shoes! You’ll be standing most of the night…and bring snacks and water too!

During the Event

  • Be friendly and kind!
  • Be prepared to talk about your work!
  • Some past Be Honest students have suggested you bring in process work or sketch books. Ask specific questions about your work to get feedback.


  • Everyone should volunteer for a shift if possible.
  • Ask your friends who are not participating to volunteer for security/other during the event.
  • We will need production volunteers a few days prior to the event.
  • We will be responsible for total clean up of the space, so we would like to have LOTS of volunteers for tear down/clean up.
  • Sign up here!

Are You Ready Checklist?

  • Do you have takeaways? (business cards, post cards, prints, buttons, other super creative things!)
  • Is your website up to date?
  • Are you prepared to discuss your work/Have specific questions to receive feedback?

At this point you’ve worked really hard so have FUN and meet the great people that make up Portland’s creative community!

Other Stuff

Share this event and invite people! Would love to have a super turnout!

Once again, thank you for participating! If you have any questions, please email them to ASAP.