Monthly Archives: March 2011

Jon Raymond free lecture at PSU Monday night

Plazm editor Jon Raymond will lecture about his work!The public is invited (it’s free, tell your friends)Monday April 4th, 7:30pm Sharp! Shattuck Hall Annexat the corner of SW Broadway and Hall on the PSU campus — plazm blog has moved … Continue reading

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Design Can Destroy the World

…or it can save the world. So says Jane Savage, product director and design leader in Nike’s Sustainable Business + Innovation division, where she works to develop a sustainable design ethos across the Nike brand. Read more in the Spring … Continue reading

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Portland Art History in Dialogue

In its three inaugural years, The Dill Pickle Club has brought us Oregon History Comics, a guided tour of Portland’s public works projects, field trips to African American public art projects, and a host of other happenings. This spring, in … Continue reading

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Rock’tion 2011 – a rock auction to benefit the Rock Camp for Girls

Hey Friends. I am on the board of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls – a non-profit that builds self-esteem in young girls through music appreciation and performance. We are having a 10-year celebration / rock ‘n’ roll auction … Continue reading

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Loving Death

Death Magazine, that is. Issue 3 is out now for your viewing pleasure. It’s free to view online here: – lots of great work in there. Nice to see John McKensie of Creativity Explored – we featured his work … Continue reading

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Mildred Pierce set to launch on HBO

Plazm editor Jon Raymond co-wrote the teleplay with Todd Haynes for this upcoming HBO miniseries. The series received a warm reception in today’s NY Times. The five-part series begins to air next Sunday with parts one and two. Part three … Continue reading

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Story + Song

An evening of words and music with Emily Chenoweth, Margaret Malone, Gigi Little, Nora Robertson and indie quartet Leaves Russell.  Two cans of food benefits the ASPSU Student Pantry food bank.  Backspace, 5-7:30PM, FREE. — plazm blog has moved to … Continue reading

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Meek’s Cutoff – Special Screening in Salem, OR

Plazm editor Jon Raymond wrote this lovely film. You should go.Meek’s Cutoff: A Screening to Benefit the Cultural Trust Tuesday, March 15 · 7:00pm – 9:00pm Location Salem/Historic Elsinore Theatre/170 High Street SE Created By Oregon Cultural Trust More Info Catch this entirely-made-in-Oregon … Continue reading

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