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An annual, free, full-day interdisciplinary symposium promoting dialog at the intersections of environmentalism, social justice, education, design, and the arts.More Info
NY Times reports that Blas' new graphic novel with Claudia Guirre will be among first published on new imprint highlighting works by LGBTQIA artists and writers.
Mark your calendar for the 2019 Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies Symposium: Art + Environmental Justice November 22 and 23, 2019.
Big congratulations to alum DinéYazhi´ '13 who was selected along with their project R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance & Empowerment, which is dedicated to education, perseverance, and evolution of Indigenous art and culture.
Kathryn Moseley and Otto Yunker have both been selected for the Gateway Film Festival
Video + Sound Department Head Stephen Slappe unearths and digitizes a vintage promotional video from the Museum Art School on his Dead Media Hour YouTube channel.
The MFA Visual Studies alumnus debuts new performance in Seattle and gets new commission from Portland Art Museum, supported by Oregon Community Foundation Creative Heights Grant
A new exhibition by MA in Critical Studies professor Patricia Vázquez Gómez, BorderXer, opens Friday, September 27 at Paragon Arts Gallery.
Jessen's collaborative project with Gang of Four's Dave Allen joins NEW INC, the New Museum’s cultural incubator for art, tech, and design.
MFA in Applied Craft + Design alumna Laura Allcorn is one of 15 artists and designers "making Portland a cooler, crazier, and more colorful place to live"
Special Programs offer a range of expanded learning opportunities for students and the community.
These include projects, workshops, and intensives in applied art and design in the realms of environmental science, technology, science and tech pedagogy, and industrial design. Programs also include a variety of international studies opportunities, an artist residency, and a professional print publishing studio.
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