Assembly 2017 is here!
The PSU Art & Social Practice Program is pleased to host the 4th annual Assembly. This year we have partnered with Creek College, the Oregon Food Bank, the Native American Youth and Family Center, and Martin Luther King Jr. School to plan two and a half days of classes, workshops, presentations, and dance parties.
Assembly will kick-off the weekend on Friday May 19th with a Garden Happy Hour and potluck at the Oregon Food Bank (7900 NE 33rd Dr, Portland, OR 97211). Join us for food, drinks, and a barn dance party. Please RSVP for the potluck to email@example.com.
On Saturday, Creek College will host classes throughout the day centered around the Columbia Slough adjacent to the Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)(5135 NE Columbia Blvd, Portland, OR 97218). Classes are offered in exchange for environmental restoration along the Slough. Classes are all ages, lunch is provided, and child care is available. Please register for classes here.
Sunday will conclude Assembly at the Martin Luther King Jr. School (4906 NE 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97211). Classes, presentations, and workshops will be offered throughout the day. All events are free, all ages, and open to the public. Lunch is provided and child care is available.
You can view the full schedule here.
A digital version of the catalog is available here.
Friday, May 19 in collaboration with Oregon Food Bank & Columbia River Correctional Institution (CRCI)
5:00–6:00PM Mural Kick-Off and Garden Happy Hour
6:00–7:00PM Assembly Potluck (please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org)
7:00-8:00 PM Presentation and Dialogue by Roz Crews, Oregon Food Bank, Anke Schüttler, Emma Colburn, and Eliot Feenstra
8:00–10:00PM After Food Comes Dance
Saturday, May 20 in collaboration with Creek College, NAYA & Columbia Slough Watershed Council
9:00AM–5:00PM Experimental Family Project Space with PLAT
9:00–9:30AM Opening Ceremony with NAYA
9:30–10:30AM Creek College Class 1: Whispering Soil with Anupam Singh
10:45–11:30AM Morning Barter with Yoko Silk
11:45AM–12:45PM Creek College Class 2: Writing Together and Alone In Public with Roz Crews
12:45–1:45PM Cafeteria Staff Exchange Program: Lunch at NAYA with Spencer Byrne-Seres, Xi Jie Ng (Salty) in collaboration with cafeteria staff at NAYA
and MLK Jr. School
1:45–2:45PM Creek College Class 3: Creek Stories with
Eliot Feenstra, Lauren Moran and collaborators
3:00–3:45PM Afternoon Barter with Yoko Silk
4:00–5:00PM Creek College Class 4: Canoe the Slough
5:15–6:15PM Panel Discussion: Placemaking, Community & Environment
8:00–11:00PM Karaoke at Chopsticks III on Columbia Blvd.
Sunday, May 21 in collaboration with
Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary & Middle School
10:00AM–5:00PM Experimental Family Project Space with PLAT
10:00–11:00AM Place Based Knowing in a Branded World with Alissa Hartman & Shoshana Gugenheim
11:15AM–12:15PM Helen Reed and Hannah Jickling
12:30–1:30PM Cafeteria Staff Exchange Program: Lunch at MLK Jr. School with Spencer Byrne-Seres,
Xi Jie Ng (Salty) in collaboration with cafeteria staff at NAYA and MLK Jr. School
1:45–2:45PM KSMoCA Tour & All The Feelings (Sculpture Garden) with Anke Schüttler and collaborators
3:00–4:00PM What We Make Together with Eliot Feenstra
4:15–5:15PM Whispering Soil Story Circle Part 2 with Anupam Singh
5:30–6:30PM The New Jim Crow Experiential Research Workshop with Anke Schüttler, Emma Colburn, Lauren Moran, Lisa Jarrett and Renee Sills
7:00–9:00PM Closing Conversation with Ariana Jacob at the Bye and Bye