Among its many partnerships and projects, the program has done work with Mildred’s Lane, Creative Time, Fluxus Projects, the King School, the Buckman School, the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Folk Art, the Hammer Museum, the California College of the Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Whitney Museum of American Art, Bétonsalon in Paris, apexart in New York, and Smack Mellon in Brooklyn, among other venues.
From 2009-2014, the program produced annual intervention called Shine A Light at the Portland Art Museum. From 2010-2013 students from the program worked in collaboration with Jen Delos Reyes to produce Open Engagement.
From 2009-2014 the Art & Social Practice program obtained an off-campus classroom space from the City of Portland in order to be able to engage more directly and easily with the broader community. The project space and classroom, called Fieldwork, was on the corner of Jefferson and 11th St. Each year students had the opportunity to use that space for projects of their own design, the archive of which can be found here.