The vibrant pigment, created accidentally in 2009 by chemists at Oregon State University, is now commercially available.
Applications are open for MFA and MA programs at PNCA’s Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies. The priority deadline is February 1, 2021.
Both US Presidents have been highly criticized for their expansionist agendas and their racist and genocidal policies targeting Indigenous people.
Artists and activists on social media responded to the Department of Justice’s announcement by ridiculing, and sometimes proudly embracing, the new label.
The Trump Statue Initiative, which makes temporary monuments mocking the president, staged its latest series in Portland, concurrent with the protests there and the federal government’s violent response.
This weekend, 15 artists set up easels and art equipment in downtown Portland, Oregon for a live painting action called the “Wall of Artists.”
In an acknowledgment that the Yale Union building in Portland sits on land belonging to several Indigenous nations, the property will be transferred to the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation.
A performance series that asks, “What is sacredness?”
In the 1970s and ’80s, lesbian separatist communities produced a visual culture that spread across the country in the mail and on the shelves of feminist bookstores.
By amplifying the voices of those directly affected by the dehumanization and criminalization of sex work, No Human Involved has built a successful platform that highlights and challenges these intersections of oppression.
When we have more opportunity to interact with art on our own terms, there are more places to hide from its difficult truths, particularly viewers who have the privilege to do so.
A two-day interdisciplinary symposium from November 22-23, 2019, to promote dialogue on the interplay of environmentalism, social justice, design, education, and the arts.