AIGA-PSU is bringing Portland’s own The Grass Hut to PSU to give an exciting lecture!
They are busy creating a multi-sensory experience for all of us, and are excited to talk with us about all the little bits involved in making art your job. Topics to be discussed: collaboration, DIY, being a working artist, feast and famine employment, toy making, creativity, digital and handmade design, art versus/and design, and whatever other questions you have!
Attending will be artists Justin “Scrappers” Morrison, Bwana Spoons, and Martin Ontiveros.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18
from 5 to 7 pm.
It’s in HOFFMAN HALL.
(Behind the football field on campus. Here is a campus map.)
Feel free to come a little early, or for part of the time, or for all of the time!)
PLEASE COME! BRING YOUR FRIENDS! We have a huge lecture hall reserved so everyone will definitely fit.
If you skip class, I promise you won’t regret it! (That is an opinion voiced by me and not advocated by the whole of AIGA. But I think this will be more exciting than class.)
Potluck refreshments will be served, as well as coffee and tea from PSU’s Student Cooperative, Food For Thought. This is the kind of potluck where you are encouraged to bring something, but if you can’t, that’s okay.
We will also be setting up a craft table where you are encouraged to come create things with us! The theme of collaborative creation to be announced.
Feel free to print out this poster and flier it everywhere.