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Design Lecture Series: Tsilli Pines

Oct 23 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM


511 Building - Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design


FREE and open to the public

Undergraduate Graduate CE Lectures

511 NW Broadway
Portland, Oregon, 97209   [map]

PNCA Graphic Design is excited to welcome creative director, community cultivator, and creative instigator Tsilli Pines to speak as part of our Design Lecture Series, on October 23, 2019.

Design Lecture Series: Tsilli Pines

Wednesday, October 23, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

PNCA Mediatheque

FREE and open to all!

Tsilli started her career in digital experiences, and has launched countless award-winning projects for clients large and small. She is currently the VP of Creative at Instrument, a digital creative agency that describes itself as “equal parts creative agency, engineering firm, and consultancy” working to deliver the best parts of each in creating experiences for their clients. Tsilli also co-founded, developed, and launched Design Week Portland (now Design Portland) in 2012, to celebrate design across disciplines as one of our most-promising cultural, social, and economic resources. She also has served as the Portland host and organizer of the internationally recognized lecture series Creative Mornings. If you are connected to Tsilli, or to design in Portland, odds are she has made you look good. We’re looking forward to hosting her for this talk.

The Design Lecture Series launched in Fall 2016 as a way to open our doors and minds to the broad and vibrant possibilities in our field. We’re welcoming design thinkers who break expectations of what design can be and do, to share their work and mingle with us throughout the school year.

Follow @PNCADesign on instagram for our Friday Fives Q+A with Tsilli in the weeks leading up to Tsilli’s lecture, or find it on the Graphic Design Department blog ( ).

Co-sponsored by PNCA Graphic Design + Fisk. Posters for this year’s Design Lecture Series by Mallary Wilson, ‘20.