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IMAGINE THERE IS A SNAKE IN EVERY PAINTING: A Guide for Thinking Critically in the Museum, Essays and prompts by Roz Crews, published by Sunday Painter Press, August 2017. $15 (available) This booklet was designed as part of an exhibition inside Sarah Wolf-Newland’s faculty office at Portland State University’s University Studies Department. The booklet offers ten ways to engage with the most conservative museum near you.

IMAGINE THERE IS A SNAKE IN EVERY PAINTING: A Guide for Thinking Critically in the Museum, Essays and prompts by Roz Crews, published by Sunday Painter Press, August 2017.

$15 (available)

This booklet was designed as part of an exhibition inside Sarah Wolf-Newland’s faculty office at Portland State University’s University Studies Department. The booklet offers ten ways to engage with the most conservative museum near you.

How do you get rid of a forty year old bottle of perfume?, Essay by Roz Crews with drawings by Suzanne Crews, published by Sunday Painter Press, July 2017. $30 (available) Roz Crews created this exhibition in book form as a gift for her mom, Suzanne Crews. Inside you’ll find a collection of drawings Suzanne made on envelopes, receipts, and credit card statements along with an essay Roz wrote about the value of valuing your own work.

How do you get rid of a forty year old bottle of perfume?, Essay by Roz Crews with drawings by Suzanne Crews, published by Sunday Painter Press, July 2017.

$30 (available)

Roz Crews created this exhibition in book form as a gift for her mom, Suzanne Crews. Inside you’ll find a collection of drawings Suzanne made on envelopes, receipts, and credit card statements along with an essay Roz wrote about the value of valuing your own work.

Can art inspire me to think critically about...? Art and social practice in public education, Edited by Roz Crews with various contributors and designed by James Casey, published by Sunday Painter Press, May 2017. $30 (available - all proceeds go to a scholarship for PSU students to get free passes to the museum) This book is the product of Roz Crews’ three-year residency in the Housing and Residence Life department of Portland State University. It includes an interview with the students and director of the Art & Social Practice MFA program at PSU, ten essays by the first ever winners of the Distinguished Socially-Engaged Educators of the Region award, a collection of assignments Roz wrote for activities in the Portland Art Museum, and work by students in the First-Year Experience program at Portland State University.

Can art inspire me to think critically about...? Art and social practice in public education, Edited by Roz Crews with various contributors and designed by James Casey, published by Sunday Painter Press, May 2017.

$30 (available - all proceeds go to a scholarship for PSU students to get free passes to the museum)

This book is the product of Roz Crews’ three-year residency in the Housing and Residence Life department of Portland State University. It includes an interview with the students and director of the Art & Social Practice MFA program at PSU, ten essays by the first ever winners of the Distinguished Socially-Engaged Educators of the Region award, a collection of assignments Roz wrote for activities in the Portland Art Museum, and work by students in the First-Year Experience program at Portland State University.

Experimental: poems about my life in winter, Poetry by Roz Crews, published by Sunday Painter Press, March 2017. $15 (available) A collection of poems and photos by Roz Crews describing her life in Winter 2016-2017.

Experimental: poems about my life in winter, Poetry by Roz Crews,
published by Sunday Painter Press, March 2017.

$15 (available)

A collection of poems and photos by Roz Crews describing her life in Winter 2016-2017.

Not the Last Adventure I've Got in Me, Project by Roz Crews with essays by various contributors, published by Sunday Painter Press, November 2016. $15 (available) This zine outlines the details of what happened during a Bronco Gallery project organized by Roz Crews that took participants from Downtown Portland to a bed in the back of a Bronco truck to a police raid in East Portland to a preschool to the Lincoln City Kite Festival. It includes essays by Maggie Heath, Roz Crews, Chris Freeman, Sam Loren, Bertrand Morin, and Katie Holden.

Not the Last Adventure I've Got in Me, Project by Roz Crews with essays by various contributors, published by Sunday Painter Press, November 2016.

$15 (available)

This zine outlines the details of what happened during a Bronco Gallery project organized by Roz Crews that took participants from Downtown Portland to a bed in the back of a Bronco truck to a police raid in East Portland to a preschool to the Lincoln City Kite Festival. It includes essays by Maggie Heath, Roz Crews, Chris Freeman, Sam Loren, Bertrand Morin, and Katie Holden.

Things some people thought were weird, Project and drawings by Roz Crews with story contributions by various people, published by Sunday Painter Press, October 2016. $20 (available) This book interrogates the word “weird” and considers the word as a starting point to talk about interpretation, miscommunication, verbal description, imagery, alienation, and mundaneness. It includes essays and drawings by Roz Crews in response to several participants.

Things some people thought were weird, Project and drawings by Roz Crews with story contributions by various people, published by Sunday Painter Press, October 2016.

$20 (available)

This book interrogates the word “weird” and considers the word as a starting point to talk about interpretation, miscommunication, verbal description, imagery, alienation, and mundaneness. It includes essays and drawings by Roz Crews in response to several participants.

Clothes that once sparked joy: a memorial, Preface by Marianne McKey, project by Roz Crews with photos by Tim Roth, December 2014. Not available. This zine is a catalogue of photos and stories about Roz Crews' once beloved clothes which were discarded during a public exhibition in an attic December 2014.

Clothes that once sparked joy: a memorial, Preface by Marianne McKey, project by Roz Crews with photos by Tim Roth, December 2014.

Not available.

This zine is a catalogue of photos and stories about Roz Crews' once beloved clothes which were discarded during a public exhibition in an attic December 2014.

The Rocky Palace of Sir Amy, Dr. Collin, and Casual Princess Emma?, Text and drawings by Roz Crews, October 1999. Not available. This book created as part of a reading class in fourth grade outlines an adventure of Sir Amy, Dr. Collin, and Casual Princess Emma (the dog) who live and play in rural Maine.

The Rocky Palace of Sir Amy, Dr. Collin, and Casual Princess Emma?,
Text and drawings by Roz Crews, October 1999.

Not available.

This book created as part of a reading class in fourth grade outlines an adventure of Sir Amy, Dr. Collin, and Casual Princess Emma (the dog) who live and play in rural Maine.

My Autobiography, Essays and drawings by Roz Crews with photos by Pat and Suzanne Crews, September 1998. Not available. This publication features anecdotes and facts about Roz Crews' life up until 1998.

My Autobiography, Essays and drawings by Roz Crews with photos by Pat and Suzanne Crews, September 1998.

Not available.

This publication features anecdotes and facts about Roz Crews' life up until 1998.

ROZ CREWS' WRITING, DRAWING, AND PROMPTS HAVE ALSO APPEARED IN THE FOLLOWING PUBLICATIONS:

Permanent Bruises, "Eyebrows," Edited by Bunion2Bunion, October 2017.

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The Grandma Reporter, "Grandma's Poodles," Edited by Salty Xi Jie Ng, May 2017.

The Grandma Reporter, "Grandma's Poodles," Edited by Salty Xi Jie Ng, May 2017.

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Social Objects, "Plein-Air Cake Painting: inspired by Erin Mallea," Edited by Socially Engaged Craft Collective, Prompt by Roz Crews, March 2017.

Social Objects, "Plein-Air Cake Painting: inspired by Erin Mallea," Edited by Socially Engaged Craft Collective, Prompt by Roz Crews, March 2017.

Liv'd Failure Issue, "Optimistic Failure: A conversation with Caleb Misclevitz," Edited by Meredith James, March 2017.

Liv'd Failure Issue, "Optimistic Failure: A conversation with Caleb Misclevitz," Edited by Meredith James,
March 2017.

Kiwi the Dog Rock Grandpa Memorial, in The Yolk, Vol. III, December 2016.

Kiwi the Dog Rock Grandpa Memorial, in The Yolk, Vol. III, December 2016.

Strangers Become Friends, Essay by Roz Crews with photos by Tim Roth, Edited by Samantha Sutcliffe, published by Portland Internet Quarterly, December 2015.

Strangers Become Friends, Essay by Roz Crews with photos by Tim Roth, Edited by Samantha Sutcliffe, published by Portland Internet Quarterly, December 2015.

Feminism and Nails, Essay and photos by Roz Crews, Edited by Arianne Keegan, published by She/Folk, February 2015.

Feminism and Nails, Essay and photos by Roz Crews, Edited by Arianne Keegan, published by She/Folk, February 2015.

Audience Response to Super Nature Installation at TBA:14, Essay by Roz Crews with photos by Chelsea Petrakis, Edited by PICA, published by PICA and re-published by BodyCartography Project, October 2014.

Audience Response to Super Nature Installation at TBA:14, Essay by Roz Crews with photos by Chelsea Petrakis, Edited by PICA, published by PICA and re-published by BodyCartography Project, October 2014.