Show & Tell: Aaron Draplin

Posted on Mar 30th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

WELCOME BACK! Show & Tell is online for all this term and we are kicking it all off with Aaron Draplin!

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Noon on April 2nd, join us online —>


Promo by Walton Brush, photo swiped from Draplin’s Instagram


Show & Tell: Thesis Two Presentations!

Posted on Mar 9th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

This Thursday at NOON join us in room 320 for this term’s thesis two presentations and tabling!


Show & Tell: Cam Sandage founder of Swingshift Studios

Posted on Mar 2nd, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Above: This Thursday we are welcoming 2011 PSUGD Alumni Cam Sandage!
Swing Shift Studios is a multidisciplinary design studio that crafts beautiful digital and physical experiences. We have expertise in brand development, creative direction, strategy, digital product (UX + UI), and print design.
In the past, we’ve worked with some of the best and most recognized consumer brands, teams, startup and events. Which in turn lead us to build our belief that building a successful relationship with our clients is not only the key to their success. But is also critical for our abilities to deliver the most optimal end product for our clients.
We are always looking for new and exciting opportunities to help people and businesses develop their project or company.


Show & Tell: Paloma Medina Founder of 11:11 Supply

Posted on Feb 24th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Paloma Medina is a performance coach and trainer that specializes in brain-friendly methods to reach our goals and make our lives and teams better. She has worked with tech companies such as Etsy, nonprofit organizations in healthcare, as well as individual leaders and CEOs. She was born in Guadalajara, Mexico and has made a home on the West Coast since she was 8 years old. She founded 11:11 Supply in 2018.

Please join us in room 320 to welcome Paloma to PSU! Talk starts at noon and is open to all!


Show & Tell: Jennifer Stady!

Posted on Feb 10th, 2020 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Join us on February 13th at noon in room 320! Promo by Walton Brush
Jennifer Stady, a Portland native, was born into an artistic family of musicians, teachers, outdoorsmen and knitters who hailed from the UK and Ukraine. She followed her heart and artistic pursuits around the United States and Europe before settling in Portland and founding Laundry in 2000. She believes whole-heartedly in the powerful fusion of art, fashion, design, craft and conversation. Before starting Laundry, Jennifer went to Portland State University and received a degree in Graphic Design and French and later went to NYU, earning a Masters of Art in Painting. She is currently adjunct faculty in graphic design at PSU and frequent mentor at PNCA’s Applied Craft MFA program.

As always, our talks are free and open to all!

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