Posted in April 2018

culturesEast cultureSEast
PCC Southeast Campus hosts a three-day signature series of performances, lectures, panels and presentations entitled cultureSEast. We invite PCC and […] Posted April 23, 2018
FT Field Theories
Join us on Wednesday, May 8th for a Presentation and Reading by Samiya Bashir. Sometimes Samiya Bashir makes poems of […] Posted April 23, 2018
Bus Stop Bus Stop
Portland Community College Theatre (Sylvania) is proud to present William Inge’s 1950’s Classic dramatic comedy, Bus Stop. This fun play […] Posted April 23, 2018
Alchemy Alchemy Contest Winners
Alchemy is a student-run magazine of literature and art. While taking Sylvania’s Editing & Publishing classes, students solicit, select, and […] Posted April 18, 2018
The Diggers Justseeds at PCC Sylvania for Earth Week
Justseeds at PCC for Earth Week. Posted April 11, 2018
Portrait photographs of 9 photographers Photographer Speaker Series
Portland Photography Month Photographer Speaker Series free for students and community members! Posted April 11, 2018
marylhurst Marylhurst Writing Contest
Attention PCC Creative Writers! Once again Marylhurst University is holding a creative writing contest for community college students in three […] Posted April 9, 2018
Reyna Reyna Grande
Join us as award-winning author, Reyna Grande, visits PCC to read from her book, The Distance Between, a memoir about the […] Posted April 5, 2018
Karen Paez Living with the Humanities: Dr. Karen Paez
Exposure to the arts and humanities reveals to us the complex and diverse world around us, hopefully making us more attuned to our socialization and possible transformative powers of looking at things from alternative perspectives. Posted April 3, 2018
Josephine Pino Living with the Humanities: Josephine Pino
There are so many ways that the arts and humanities are critical to our lives as individuals and as a society. I believe they help us make sense of the world around us, often in ways that are hard to define. Posted April 3, 2018

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