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Sylvania Creates Sylvania Creates!
Our 2nd annual celebration of the arts at Sylvania begins this week with the opening of our student art show […] Posted May 29, 2018
Groundswell Groundswell
Groundswell, the annual conference of student writing at PCC, will be held this Friday, May 25th from 9:00AM-12:30PM at the Rock Creek campus— opening […] Posted May 21, 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
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
Read-In Read-In
Celebrate Black History Month with Black literature! PCC Library welcomes all members of the community to join us and read […] Posted February 17, 2018
The Laramie Project Laramie Project
PCC Theatre Season 2017-2018 The Laramie Project by Moises Kaufman and the members of the Tectonic Theater Project PCC Sylvania […] Posted February 8, 2018
Imarisha Walidah Imarisha
On Wednesday, February 14th The Sylvania Women’s Resource Center & Sylvania Multicultural Center will be hosting critically acclaimed and awarding […] Posted January 26, 2018
Bloomtown Bloomtown
Portland, once a boomtown, has sometimes been referred to as Stumptown, and even Doomtown. One group of student artists under […] Posted January 19, 2018

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