Our calendar is a year-round source for what’s happening in our city’s design community, across disciplines.
This workshop explores the power of generating prototypes using low-fidelity materials and deploying them into the public for contextualization and observation.
Have you ever wanted to create a stunning floral arrangement for special events and holidays? In this workshop we’ll take a step-by-step look at all the aspects on creating a stunning masterpiece for your table.
Come and learn all about the basics of the Risograph in our two-color introduction workshop.
This 1-day workshop we will introduce audio synthesis in the free open source software Pure Data.
Join Technology Association of Oregon, Free Geek and Cloudability to discuss the differences in diversity and inclusion, the work that needs to be done to solve digital inclusion on a local level, and what your company can do to foster inclusion.
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Show & Tell is a nearly weekly lecture series that invites working professionals to blow our minds with wisdom, both in person, and through the magic of the World Wide Web! The public is welcome and the lectures are free!
How to do I make this? Join us for a nuts-and-bolts look at how to turn your idea into a reality. A workshop with global sales, marketing and product management executive, Jim Chi.
Explore the nooks and crannies of equity inside one of Portland’s biggest expansion projects: The PDX Airport.
What does inclusion mean? How can we be more inclusive? Drawing from her own experience with storytelling and the advertising world, Elina Lim’s talk offers ideas for how to include communities around you better in your workplace and everyday life.
Accessibility requirements are some of the most confusing out there, especially in multi-family housing. This class will cover topics from basic accessibility concepts to minimization of risk.
Would you love to make your clothing line more sustainable but don’t know where to start? In this 90 minute workshop, we will learn about sustainable alternatives for every aspect of the production/manufacturing process from start to finish.
A two-day workshop that looks at the history of paper-cutting craft and introduces new techniques involving generative processes.
Combine your love of reading and design with the AIGA Book Club! All AIGA members are invited to join this free, in-person book club where we'll explore a variety of topics focused on design history, theory and practice.
Are you an aspiring filmmaker? Are you interested in free, open source filmmaking software? Take a journey through the process of making a movie from the first stages of planning all the way through editing and adding in sound effects!
DLR Group invites you to a to explore the WELL Building Standard which promotes a meaningful way to advance human health and well-being through the spaces where we live, work, learn and play.
Join Inside Fashion Design and textile artist Tricia Langman for a day-long program designed to take you on a practical and theoretical journey through sustainable and innovative textile practices.
Come take a tour of Textile Hive and experience the beauty of the Andrea Aranow Textile Design Collection.
Be Honest is the Portland State University Graphic Design annual student portfolio showcase.
The Urbanism Next 2019 Conference will bring together a truly interdisciplinary group of people from the private, public and academic sectors who play a critical role in the future of our cities.
csv,conf,v4 is a community driven data conference. It's an event that's not literally about CSV file format, but rather about what CSV represents in regards to our wider community ideals (data interoperability, hackability, simplicity, etc.).
Big Rock Candy Mountain is a flavor incubator and taste-making think-tank between Hannah Jickling, Helen Reed and the students at Queen Alexandra Elementary School in East Vancouver, British Columbia/unceded Coast Salish Territories.
Two-days of historic preservation events highlighting mid-century modern architecture, art, and interior design in the Pacific Northwest.
Join the Portland State University community for our 12th Annual Sustainability Celebration. This once-a-year extravaganza of inspiration provides a lively overview of sustainability initiatives, projects, and programs at PSU.
Artist Wendy Red Star works across disciplines to explore the intersections of Native American ideologies and colonialist structures, both historically and in contemporary society.
Conference presenters will discuss how communities can better accommodate trees in Oregon’s rapidly urbanizing landscapes.
This class is aimed at designers who want to form their own design agency, develop and sell their own products, or launch a start-up.
Portland State University Spring 2019 Senior Portfolio Show
A one-day professional education event customized for designers, builders, lenders, realtors, appraisers; taught by experienced practitioners.
Unreinforced Masonry (URM) buildings present a challenge for earthquake-prone communities. The URM Seismic Resilience Symposium is a three-day event for architects, engineers, owners, property managers, and anyone that might deal with URM buildings.
A week long series of events highlighting the diverse culture and community amongst global sneaker enthusiasts and the evolving landscape of Portland’s footwear industry and popular culture.
The annual FashioNXT week premiers the latest in fashion in a runway production that TIME Magazine ranks #1 in the US outside NY Fashion Week. See the premiers of next season's collections by extraordinary designers from around the world.
Join the Regional Arts & Culture Council, along with some of the regions most innovative design thinkers for our third annual celebration benefiting The Right Brain Initiative.
Learn design thinking through LUMA’s certification program.
Advance your mastery of the LUMA System of Innovation through Human-Centered Design.