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Rochelle Kulei Nielsen, E is for Erase, digital print on a cloth flag, 2021 Rochelle Kulei Nielsen at the North View Gallery
Rochelle Kulei Nielsen | What Your White Mama Didn’t Teach You About Indians Exhibition dates: November 3 – December 14, […] Posted November 17, 2022
Blue cover of the book title "The Great Uncluttering" in yellow serif font, with a picture of a leaf skeleton on the cover Carolyn Moore’s “The Great Uncluttering”
This posthumously published collection, The Great Uncluttering: The Collected Poetry of Carolyn Moore, is Portland Community College’s first literary publication […] Posted October 22, 2022
Elena Villa, Flamenco An Interview with Elena Villa, Flamenco Dancer and PCC English Faculty
HARTS Student Assistant Faith Skowronnek recently had the opportunity to catch up with Elena Villa, PCC English Instructor at Sylvania […] Posted October 5, 2022
Scaffolding in a gallery. North View Gallery reopens with Charged Voids
The North View Gallery at Portland Community College is pleased to reopen after two years, with a new site-specific installation by the artist Avantika Bawa. Posted September 3, 2022
Photo of Chad B Anderson 2022-23 Carolyn Moore Writing Residents
The Carolyn Moore Writing Residency consists of two-to-ten-week terms at the Carolyn Moore Writers House in Tigard, Oregon, offering established […] Posted August 29, 2022
Writer-in-Residence: A Year in Review
It has been a joy to serve as Writer-in-Residence this year. The position has given me an excuse to ignore […] Posted June 27, 2022
Natalie Foote (award) The Obvious Choice Watercolor on paper Vote By Mail Student Contest Winners
This project was initiated by VOTE BY MAIL USA, a group of Oregon political activists who are advocating for states […] Posted June 7, 2022
Two Deep Breaths: Power
I’ve been thinking a lot about perfectionism lately. Around work and school, a lot of us suffer from the compulsion […] Posted May 18, 2022
Two Deep Breaths: Sorrow is Not My Name
Last week in Oregon felt like spring on steroids. It was 72 and sunny; then it snowed. The rest of […] Posted April 18, 2022
WriBanner depicting the Writers House on a summer day that says Portland Community College Carolyn Moore Writers House Apply for a Carolyn Moore Writing Residency
Portland Community College and the Humanities & Arts (HARTS) Council invite writers of all genres—including poetry, fiction, and non-fiction—to apply […] Posted March 29, 2022