Identity, Space and Design - The Portland Way

Identity, Space and Design - The Portland Way
Presented by ASLA Oregon & Depave
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​​Description​​:​ Join us for an exciting evening as we explore a spectrum of design disciplines as they relate to our identity as a City and region through a series of fun and fast-paced presentations by some of Portland's leading artists and designers. The Oregon Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects and Depave, in partnership with PechaKucha Portland, proudly present the third edition of this exciting PechaKucha style speaker series.

Our evening Pecha Kucha will be hosted by renowned Portland activist Cameron Whitten.

Presentations include:

-Portland at Night: We Could Be Amazing by architect Jeff Schnabel

-Lumberjacks and Drag Queens: What inspires our fashion sense? by Portland First Stop Director, Nancy Hales

-Hope & Fear in SE Portland by Public Artist Linda M. Wysong

-Buried in Plain Sight: Revealing Willamette Falls by landscape architect Carol Mayer-Reed

-Spinster Studies: Living Single in the City by PSU Graduate Student Nicole Dejong

-Oregon Food Farms by Laurie Mooney, Oregon Food Farms

-Social Activism & Public Space by B.D. Wortham Galvin, PSU Architecture Professor

-Less Boring by artist, curator and Public Arts Organizer, Gage Hamilton