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Dina Hartzell Speaks at Traditional Roots Institute

Dr. Dina Hartzell, human sciences and interdisciplinary studies faculty member, will speak at Nature, Health and Ecology: A Forum on Well-Being and the Environment at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland on June 1, 2013.

Her presentation, Vital Relations: Nature, Matter and Human Health, will review human relationships with matter through a mytho-psychological lens in an attempt to draw nearer to collective human/nature wellness.

The United Nations Environment Program Regional Office of North America has selected the city of Portland to host this year's World Environment Day. Nature, Health and Ecology: A Forum on Well-Being and the Environment is a World Environment Day event sponsored by NCNM's Traditional Roots Institute.

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October 20, 2014 – December 12, 2014

Mayer Gallery: Josh Gross & Kate Simmons

Artwork of two BFA graduates from Marylhurst: The graphic work of Josh Gross and the sculptural work of Kate Simmons. The show will be on display i...

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November 01, 2014 – December 14, 2014

Streff Gallery: Diane Flack, Inkworks V

Just in time for the holidays, Diane Flack is selling block prints, acrylics, blank books, calligraphy, handmade cards and artist books which are p...

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November 24, 2014

Marylhurst Choral Invitational

Featuring choral programs from around Portland and Vancouver in a grand celebration of singing!

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