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Going deeper than the food pyramid, 1 ½ focuses on the complex issues surrounding childhood obesity.
Date: 2011 Grade Level: 4-6
Alex is determined to make sure everyone in Flossington and beyond knows what it takes to have a happy and healthy smile.
Date: 2015, 2016 Grade Level: K-3
Human First is a theatrical presentation and art showcase created by students from Franklin High School as they examine the complex issues related to mental well-being, identity, and community.
Date: May 9 at 7pm Age Level: 12 & up Admission: FREE!
Location: Franklin High School Auditorium (at Marshall Campus), 3905 SE 91st Avenue, Portland
Combining dance and movement with ‘everyday’ activities, this interactive show will have you jiving like you’ve never jived before.
Date: Tuesdays, June 20 - August 29 at 2pm and 3pm
Age Level: All Ages Admission: FREE!
Location: Oaks Amusement Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland
Through the lenses of multiple generations, we see a community come together to reclaim connection to one another.
Date: Sept 23rd - 25th, 2016 Grade Level: All Ages
Workshops and Residencies
The Lizard and the Sun uses a classic folktale to explore the themes of personal well-being, self-confidence, and perseverance.
Date: Archived Grade Level: 2-3
Improv Squad develops social skills through improvisation, helping to make students better teammates, leaders, and friends.
Date: Archived Grade Level: 3-12
This workshop uses an Ashanti folktale to explore the themes of power, respect, and self-confidence.
Date: Archived Grade Level: K-1
The Re-Collection Project encourages community through the use of storytelling, art projects, music, and individual room visits.
Date: Upon Request Age Level: Elders
Circle of Voices combines creative writing, music, and theater to create community-inspired spoken-word pieces.
Date: Upon Request Grade Level: 5-8