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Leo Rubinfien: Eyehold to Eyehold

Eyehold to Eyehold is an immersive one-person exhibition by renowned American photographer and Reed alumnus Leo Rubinfien. The exhibition is curated by...

Workshop with David Abram - "Animism and the Earth: On Language and the Ecology of Sensory Experience"

Following his lecture on Wednesday, David Abram will be teaching a two hour workshop - "Animism and the Earth: On Language and the Ecology of Sensory...

Picturesque Snot: Polemics of the Landscape

Jordan Tate’s work represents a shift away from the understanding of photography as mechanical reproduction and an acknowledgement of the image-maker as the...

Toward a Critical History of Democracy in the Nineteenth Century

A talk by Stephen Sawyer, chair of the history department and co-founder of the History, Law, and Society program at The American University of...

Exploring Catacombs through Social Networks

The Archeological Institute of America presents a lectue by Jenny Kreiger of the University of Oregon. The large subterranean cemeteries that grew up around...

Getting Intimate: Plot Points in our Sexual Development + New Plays by Reed Playwrights (Double Feature)

The theatre department’s junior class is excited to announce the spring mainstage show: Getting Intimate: Plot Points In our Sexual Development by Miranda...

Spring Orchestra Concert

The Reed Spring Orchestra Concert will be in Kaul Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. David Schiff will be conducting. Program...

Psychology Senior Thesis Poster Session

Wouldn't you like to find out whatever happened in that study you participated in for a Psych senior? Ever wonder what goes on behind thesis office...

Friday @ 4 Recitals & Film Screenings

We invite you to join us for our regular Friday @ 4 recital series. This 45-minute concert features Reed student musicians. Admission is free. *Please note...

4/19 4:00pm
 
Portland Gay Symphonic Band: Spring Concert

The Portland Gay Symphonic Band presents their spring concert in Kaul Auditorium. In 1990 the Rose City Gay Freedom Band was formed by a small number of...

Meditation

An open invitation to members of the Reed community and campus guests to join in silent sitting meditation. Bells are rung from 12:10pm to 12:40pm, but...

Elvira Basevich: "Du Bois's Philosophy of Modern Freedom: On the Democratic Legitimation of Public Goods"

Du Bois’s critique of Reconstruction and Jim Crow presupposes an idealist theory of the modern American state; his original philosophy of the state has...

Love Songs

David Schiff, Composer: A Three Concert Celebration Tonight's program will include "Peace" (1984) and "All About Love" (2004) and will feature...

Shifrin and Friends Play Schiff

David Schiff, Composer: A Three Concert Celebration Tonight's program will include "Vashti, or the Whole Megillah" (1997), "Scenes from Adolescence" (1987),...

"Sins Invalid" featuring Nomy Lamm: Film Screening w/Q&A

Sins Invalid is a performance project that incubates and celebrates artists with disabilities, centralizing artists of color and queer and gender-variant...

Calligraphy is Flourishing

The calligraphic impulse is alive today not only in traditional calligraphy circles, but also in the work of artists doing work not always thought of as...

API Heritage Month: Night Market with DJ Anjali

Come celebrate Reed College's inaugural Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with a night of delicious food from local API-owned caterers followed by...

Portland Baroque Orchestra: The Fulfillment of Genius, Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony

We’re pulling out all the stops for the final concert of PBO’s 35th-anniversary season in a program that includes a full complement of winds and guest...

Anthropology Symposium: Faculty Presentations

Join us for three faculty presentations as part of the spring Anthropology Symposium. Free and open to the public. Anand Vaidya: "Rights and the Right in a...

Concert: Amadeo in Italia, Wolfgang aus Deutschland

Under the direction of John K. Cox, the Reed Chorus and Collegium Musicum present their spring concert in Kaul Auditorium. Using Leopold and Wolfgang...

Spring Dance Concert

The Reed College Dance Department presents the 2019 Spring Dance Concert, featuring choreography by students and faculty. Tickets range in price from $3-$7...