Arts & Culture

'Safe from Harm' by Richard Moss, 2012. © Richard Mosse. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

Professor hosts talk on sublime exhibit The Enclave

The Portland Art Museum held a two-hour-long discussion about an existing art exhibit, The Enclave, led by Portland State Professor … Continue reading Professor hosts talk on sublime exhibit The Enclave

Image Comics | 2015

Hinges comic jumps from web to print

Meredith McClaren’s series Hinges started its life on Kickstarter, where the first book got funding to be brought into the … Continue reading Hinges comic jumps from web to print

Illustration | Jeoffry Ray/PSU Vanguard

Portland BunnyCon supports local youth program

This year’s Portland BunnyCon, an Easter-themed bar crawl, will take place on April 4 at 3 p.m. The exact location … Continue reading Portland BunnyCon supports local youth program

Darby Cicci, Michael Lerner and Peter Silberman of the Antlers. Courtesy of Marc Lemoine

KPSU co-presents The Antlers at Crystal Ballroom

Kicking off KPSU’s humongous 30 Shows in 30 Days event that will span the month of April, KPSU, Eleven Magazine … Continue reading KPSU co-presents The Antlers at Crystal Ballroom

Muse Productions | 2013

Is James Franco the devil?

There’s no concrete evidence, but James Franco just might be the Devil. Alright, so maybe James Franco isn’t actually the Devil—that’s … Continue reading Is James Franco the devil?

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Horoscopes for the week of March 22

Aries March 21-April 19 When that person from your past re-appears and wants to make amends, it’s not always best … Continue reading Horoscopes for the week of March 22

The audience really seemed to get a kick out of the confetti. Photo by Miles Sanguinetti

Review: OK Go gets intimate at Crystal Ballroom

I’ve seen OK Go perform in Portland twice. They play great music, but at end of the day, a good … Continue reading Review: OK Go gets intimate at Crystal Ballroom

Attendees explore "Failure," an exhibition put on by the art and design program in the AB Gallery. Photo by Miles Sanguinetti

Art review: Exhibition explores failure in art and design

Failure, an art exhibition put on by Portland State’s art and design department, delves into what it means to fail … Continue reading Art review: Exhibition explores failure in art and design

Portland native and author Mitchell S Jackson currently teaches at New York University. Courtesy of John Ricard and Blankenship PR

Portland author profile: Mitchell Jackson

Portland native Mitchell S. Jackson’s first book has created quite a stir and not just in Portland, but nationwide. The … Continue reading Portland author profile: Mitchell Jackson

Ooligan Press | 2015

‘Untangling the Knot’ addresses marriage in queer community

Portland State’s student-operated Ooligan Press published Untangling the Knot: Queer Voices on Marriage, Relationships and Identity on Feb. 28. More … Continue reading ‘Untangling the Knot’ addresses marriage in queer community

Outside the Hungarian Studies building, here at the University of Szeged looms the Heroes' Gate, built as a memorial for the soldiers who fought and died during the first World War. Photo by Melanie Cope

Struggling with cultural immersion

“I call the police.” Those four words came at me from a man whose accent was so thick that he … Continue reading Struggling with cultural immersion