WHAT WE DO
PSAA offers a range of professional and educational services, including mural painting, mural restoration and repairs, event signage, live event paintings, auto painting, graphic design, wild pasting, stencil marketing, 3D sidewalk chalk art, tours, and more.
PSAA IN THE MEDIA
In 2017, PSAA director Tiffany Conklin took part in a panel presentation at Portland State University that focused on the Intersections of Activism and Effective Nonviolent Action Tactics. This event was hosted by the Peace Action Exhibition & PSU Students United for Nonviolence. Read more here.
PSAA director Tomás Alfredo Valladares presented at the 2017 Regional Arts and Culture Council's conference for PacNW public art managers and professionals. This included moderating discussions about how to best balance local and international art, manage mural festivals, and how to build stronger, more supportive, inclusive and resilient art communities. PSAA's presentation included highlighting a few Oregon street artists.
On May 22nd, 2013, PSAA co-founders Tomas Valladares and Tiffany Conklin, along with local mural artist and creative space activist N.O. Bonzo, are interviewed by KBOO’s Kathleen Stephenson about promoting creative interventions in public spaces and current graffiti management approaches in Portland, Oregon.
2013 interview with PSAA director Tiffany Conklin by Talk Radio’s Lisa Loving, about Portland’s restrictive mural laws and an incident that happened when a visiting nationally-known street artist is confronted by Portland’s graffiti task force police while painting an owner-approved mural. Listener call-in’s from The Lost Cause and Tomas Valladares too!
A 2013 Portland State University Vanguard article about graffiti and street art in Portland, including an interview with PSAA directors.