So proud of former student and killer human & designer, Tina Snow Le.
Tina Snow Le is a local genius of petite stature and outsized brain skills. She is also on the Action Team for the first ever Design Week Portland and the in-house graphics maestro at Solestruck (where we are about to buy an obscene amount of footwear in twenty minutes). Amidst the…
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(via Announcing 2012/2013 Show & Tell Schedule! | Portland State University – Graphic Design) Good work Lea Loo on the Fall Term poster!
Thrilled to be talking with the following incredible people for this year’s PSU.GD Show & Tell Lecture Series!
Remember: Always Free, Always Thursday, Always at Noon and Always open to the Public.
October 4th: Gemma Correll and Anthony Zinonos (in person)
October 11th: Faythe Levine (in person) / Part of Design Week Portland
October 18th : Amanda Buck (video chat)
October 25th : Practice + Theory (video chat)
November 1st: WK12 (in person)
November 8th : KeeganMeegan & Co. (in person)
November 15th: Sam Green (video chat)
January 10th: Jason Blackheart (in person)
January 17th: Erik Marniovich (in person)
January 24th: Keetra Dean Dixon (video chat)
January 31st: Factory North (in person)
February 7th: Kelsey Snook (in person)
February 14th: Way Shape Form (video chat)
February 21st: Mary Kate McDevitt (in person)
February 28th: Kelli Anderson (video chat)
March 7th: Dan Cassero (video chat)
April 4th: Lloyd Eugene Winter IV (in person)
April 11th: Scott Ponik (in person)
April 18th: JD Hooge and Shawn Peterson from Instrument (in person)
April 25th: Pattern People (in person)
May 2nd: 4th Annual Be Honest with Tad Carpenter (in person)
May 9th: Jen Wick (in person)
May 16th: Epicenter (video chat)
May 23rd: Andy Pressman (in person)
May 30th: Kamp Grizzly (in person)
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Paul Thek “Teaching Notes: 4-Dimensional Design”
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“In my experience, assignments are sort of like folk songs, or certain kinds of jokes. They’re retold and adapted from generation to generation of teachers, tinkered with, misheard, brought up to date. Even when I think I’ve come up with something new, it always ends up being a version of something else.” George Rush
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School is starting. Thinking about micro workspaces. Thinking about classrooms. Thinking about teaching environments. Thinking about working.
So thrilled to be part of the Action Team for Design Week Portland! Registration for the events starts TOMORROW! Portland State Graphic Design is hosting TWO events!
Design Week Portland runs October 9th - 13th
Registration Opens Tuesday September 18th
Design Week Portland serves to enlighten your brain with all-things-design: talks, workshops, events, films, open-studios, and more! DWP is a great thing coming to Portland and being put together by some incredible folks. Here’s a snippet from their website: “Portland is a city of design and for design, unique in its approach to defining place, culture, and attitude. Design Week Portland celebrates design as our city’s most promising cultural and economic resource. Our purpose is to explore process, craft, and practice across disciplines through our city’s vibrant design programming.”
Registration opens Tuesday September 18th and on for the events (you’ll need to get a ticket through Eventbrite). Most of the events are free, some are paid, but all will be awesome! We will be hosting our own event during DWP that’s a collaborative workshop!
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LOOK: This is one of the incredible Design Week Portland events that is happening in a few short weeks. Please participate if you are able. PRINT MAKE SHARE! (via Em-Space | EM-SPACE © A printing and book arts resource center in Portland, Oregon. Est. 2009)
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So, my pal Jeremy and I are going to be teaming up on a workshop in a few weeks. Check out the links below for more details and thanks to OMFGCO for the fancy promo seen above.
It’s not as complicated as it seems: Kate Bingaman-Burt and our own Jeremy Pelley are contributors to the “Hybrid Careers” workshop on October 6th, presented by College Art Association and Oregon College of Art and Craft. Find out more here.
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