"In the Heights" by Lin-Manuel Miranda performed by the Sylvania Theatre Arts program in 2017. In foreground, actor Mason Congeyer as Benny surrounded by Lauren Hernandez-Lamont (upper left) as Carla, Brice Schmietenknop (lower left) as Vanessa, Hannah Thorton (middle right) as Daniela and Jade Tate as Nina Rosario. (Photo by James Hill.)
Music faculty Julianne Johnson and students, along with writing faculty Van Wheeler and Megan Savage, honor recently deceased writers and poets at Sylvania Creates in 2017. (Photo by Tatiana Gebert.)
Historian and artist Dr. Leslie King Hammond, speaking about the history of African American art at the 2015 Portland Women in Art Lecture series event. (Photo by Rachel Siegel.)
Artist Ellen Lesperance talking with PCC students about their work as part of the 2016 Portland Women in Art lecture series events. (Photo by Kelsey Birsa.)
John Farnum (right) with Neal Naigus at a Center for Civic Participation event in 2017. (Photo by Katherine Miller.)
Student writers honored at the Groundswell literary symposium at Rock Creek in 2017.
Student papers presented at the Groundswell literary symposium in 2017.
Listening to students reading poetry and short stories at Sylvania Creates in 2017.
Elizabeth Bilyeu's Honors Art History students presenting on Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque works of art at the Portland Art Museum on May 11, 2012.
- Oregon Black Pioneer Exhibit at Sylvania
- November 19, 2019
- The Sylvania Multicultural center invites you to check out this beautiful and poignant exhibit highlighting African-Americans’ contribution to Oregon’s History. […]
- Student Writers Open Mics--November 12 and December 10, Rose City Book Pub
- November 10, 2019
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