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Stories of Change

Posted on: January 20th, 2011

Stories of Change

Sep 24, 2010

Caldera’s Stories of Change event with Myrlie Evers-Williams was a great success!

Click here to for a photo gallery from the event courtesy of Roll35.com.

Visit our “Stories of Change” page and watch our video message from Myrlie Evers-Williams.

2010 Annual Art Exhibition

Posted on: January 1st, 2011

 

Annual Art Exhibition

Caldera students create change through art and design.

The Invisibility Project » Student short-film productions including Your Voice Communications Technology Animation in partnership with LAIKA/house
Caldera Chai tea-making collaboration with Steven Smith Teamaker and TWIST.

First Thursday, June 3
6-8 p.m.

Join us early at 5:30 p.m. for the premiere screening of Caldera’s Your Voice Communications Technology film created in partnership with the Mt. Hood Cable Regulatory Commission.

at Mercy Corps Action Center
28 SW First Avenue, Portland
(please use the 45 SW Ankeny Entrance)

drinks, snacks, music and more

2009 words without walls

Posted on: January 1st, 2011

Please join us for Words Without Walls.

Caldera’s annual celebration of recent art and goings-on.

First Thursday, June 4th

6 – 8 pm
Wieden Kennedy,
224 NW 13th Avenue, Portland
(between Davis & Everett)

Drinks & snacks

Meet Caldera students, staff and mentors.
See short film productions from Caldera’s students.

Featuring live painting with artist Chris Haberman

See Caldera students perform alongside:
Grand Slam Poetry Champion Bryonn Bain
Good Sista/Bad Sista
Madgesdiq

About Words Without Walls

Each year Caldera chooses a specific artistic discipline as its creative focus. This year, Words Without Walls focuses on art that begins with the word–spoken and written. Professional artists from around the country are collaborating with Caldera arts mentors to provide students with a thorough examination of the role and significance of poetry, creative writing, and spoken word performance, helping them develop confidence in their voices, opinions, and creative abilities.

Bryonn Bain is Brooklyn’s own prison activist, hip hop artist, spoken word poet, author, actor and educator.  Described by Cornel West as an artist who “…speaks his truth with a power we desperately need to hear,” Bain hosts BET-J’s award-winning talk show My Two Cents.

Wrongfully imprisoned during his second year at Harvard Law, Bryonn sued the NYPD, was interviewed by Mike Wallace on 60 Minutes, and wrote The Village Voice cover story  —  “Walking While Black”  — which drew the largest response in the history of the nation’s most widely read progressive newspaper.