Selected photographs and images of artifacts sketch the history of the University of Portland and illustrate the work of the men who have served as University President.
Aerial images and maps of campus from 1914 to 2010 offer a visual history of the University of Portland and highlight the overall development of campus through the years.
The University of Portland’s history can be seen from many perspectives. The University Buildings collection, comprised of images from the University’s Archives and Artifacts, focuses on that history as seen through the development of the physical campus.
A major element of theatre production is the visual presentation of the characters envisioned. In a series of videos, University of Portland Performing and Fine Arts faculty member Jill Hoddick presents the basics on applying theatrical makeup and techniques for specific scenarios and character types.
The Clark Library at the University of Portland holds a permanent collection of artworks displayed for viewing by the University Community and public visitors. In addition to its aesthetic importance, the Library’s art collection supports multidisciplinary studies in the Humanities. Most of the Library’s art collection has come …
Welcome! This collaboratively developed site features materials such as photographs, artifact images, and media to highlight University of Portland resources and to support teaching and learning at the University.