Featured Events

Exhibition: Iconoclastic

Including works by Morehshin Allahyari, Demian DinéYazhi´, Maya Lin, Goshka Macuga, Michael Rakowitz, and Ryan Woodring. Curators: Stephanie Snyder, John...

Zeus on Stage

Does the supreme god of the Greeks, Zeus, ever appear as a character on the Athenian stage, in any of the three major genres (tragedy, comedy, satyr play)?...

Visiting Writer: TC Tolbert

TC Tolbert often identifies as a trans and genderqueer feminist, collaborator, dancer, and poet but really s/he’s just a human in love with humans doing...

"Populism: A Challenge from Within"

Nadia Urbinati continues the Spring 2017 Public Policy Lecture Series on the theme of Democratic Theory in the Light of Donald Trump. Populism is a deeply...

Artist Talk: Ryan Woodring

Join us for a talk by one of the artists in our current exhibition, Iconoclastic. Ryan Woodring is from Doylestown, Pennsylvania and currently lives and...

Iconoclastic Exhibition Opening Reception

Join us for a reception to celebrate the opening of our new exhibition, Iconoclastic. Including works by Morehshin Allahyari, Demian DinéYazhi´, Maya Lin,...

Lecture: Lina Menard

Menard is an architect, designer, and builder of tiny homes at Niche Consulting. She has a Masters of Urban & Regional Planning from Portland State...

Film Screening and Conversation: Dreams Are Colder than Death

Dreams Are Colder Than Death (52 minute run time) asks what it means to be black in the 21st century. It is structured by discussions with Charles Burnett,...

Visiting Writers Series: Robin Coste Lewis

Robin Coste Lewis is the author of Voyage of the Sable Venus (Knopf, 2015), a National Book Award winner. She is a Provost’s Fellow in Poetry and Visual...

Archaeological Institute of America Lecture: Diana Ng

"Parading through History in Roman Ephesos" In the early 2nd century CE, a remarkable procession of precious statuettes was instituted in the city of...

A Lecture with Dylan Rodriguez

TBD, likely a lecture focusing on his scholarship on the prison industrial complex and the intersectional nature of the ethnic studies dept he heads.

This Must Be the Place

Examining the relationship between Reed stories, Reed traditions, and Reed's future with a special focus on the 1972 Spring Crisis, thesis candidate Ashlin...

Friday @ 4 Concert

We invite to join us for a 50-minute student recital featuring Reed music students performing a wide range of great music, from the great classics of the...

Biology Seminar Series: Fikadu G. Tafesse

Biology Lecture Series Fikadu G. Tafesse, Ph.D. OHSU, Department of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology “Defining the role of host lipids in microbial...

"Local (not easy)" with Iris Erez, Visiting Artist in Residence

The Reed Dance Department presents visiting artist in residence Iris Erez's Local (not easy). Premiered in 2016, Erez's new solo work investigates how space...

"The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution" Film Screening and Conversation

The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution is the first feature-length documentary to explore the Black Panther Party, its significance to the broader...

"The Few, the Many... and Trump"

Jeffrey Green continues the Spring 2017 Public Policy Lecture Series on the theme of Democratic Theory in the Light of Donald Trump. Jeffrey Green is...

Silencio Blanco presents: Chiflón, El Silencio del Carbón

Boom Arts, in partnership with Reed College, presents two public peformances of Chilean contemporary puppet theatre troupe Silencio Blanco and their wordless...

David R. Eddings Lecture: Fred Moten, “I Wanted to Write a Poem"

William Carlos Williams once wrote a book called I Wanted to Write a Poem, wherein he talks through the origins and mechanics of some of his poems. Fred...

Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra Concert

The Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra will present a spring concert of renowned orchestral works by famous composers, both new and old. For more information,...