Come view the mesmerizing photographs by Smith Galtney, who seeks to show the continuance of the past by photographing its imprint on the present. at the AREA Gallery, Woodbury Campus Center, Portland. Opening Reception: Thursday, February 21, 5-7 pm. Artist Talk 6 pm. Snow date 2/28.
UNUM Great Reading Room, 7th floor, Glickman Family Library
Since 1985 Nancy Ruth Leavitt has created over 100 unique, contemporary illuminated manuscript books and over 25 edition and collaborative books filled with lettering, poetry, and colorful painting. Her work may be found in public collections around the world.
LGBTQ+ Recovery is a peer-led group for members of the lgbtq+ community who have experience with mental health and substance use disorders. We are accepting of all queer identities and pathways to recovery.
The All Recovery Support Meetings philosophy is based upon the idea that although there are many unique pathways to recovery. Recovery impacts all of us, our families and our communities. We can heal together!
2019 Mattson-New York Times Lecture Presented by The Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education. Dr. Tim Wallace will discuss how artificial intelligence (AI) has changed the art and science of map making, and the new possibilities it offers.