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Josh Kun. Lecture and Workshop at the Portland Center for Public Humanities
Our Community Partner: Bel Canto Festival
The Bel Canto Festival allowed PSU music students to learn through public performances with major international performers and composers throughout the Portland area.
Our Community Partner: Ethos, Inc.
Ethos, Inc. seeks to introduce a whole new generation of youth to the magic of music. PSU Capstone students partnered with Ethos to design and deliver an arts education curriculum that used jazz to enhance student learning outcomes in mathematics and reading.
Our Community Partner: Multnomah ESD Outdoor School
The ESD Outdoor School is designed to teach field-based science concepts as they relate to natural resources, to extend science instruction beyond the classroom and to implement activities that provide opportunities for participation in cooperative living experiences, performing arts, recreation, and structured events.
Our Community Partner: Native American Youth Association (NAYA)
NAYA works to increase opportunities for healthy activities by promoting family stability, youth camps, support groups, cultural activities, tutoring classes, and special events. PSU students assist in helping the agency grow from a small recreation program staffed by volunteers to a fully sustainable youth community center.
Our Community Partner: Institute for Judaic Studies
The Institute for Judaic Studies collaborates with PSU to offer lectures and cultural events, including co-sponsorship of visiting scholars and writers and professors, to adults interesting in studying Judaic history and Judaism.
Our Community Partner: Archaeological Institute of America
The Archaeological Institute of America works to bring professional archaeologists to PSU and to spread knowledge of archaeology to the Portland community.
Our Community Partner: Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Assoc.
Students participate in a Senior Capstone course designed to fulfill a request by the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association to create a history of the Chinese culture in Oregon.
Our Community Partner: Artists Repertory Theatre
The Artists Repertory Theatre and the PSU School of Theatre & Film collaborate to bring Hungarian and American artists together to share cultural experiences.
Our Community Partner: Northwest Film Center
This partnership combines the practical filmmaking resources of the NWFC with PSU's academic expertise. Students can take classes at the NWFC for PSU credit, and vice versa. Students are able to concurrently register for individual classes, pursue a BA or BS in Film and/or a Minor in Film Studies in the School of Theatre & Film at PSU, and pursue a Certificate in Film Studies at NWFC.
Our Community Partner: Franklin High School
This partnership between Portland Public Schools and PSU uses choral music to share literature, concerts, and expose high school students to a collegiate music experience while enhancing their music program at Franklin High School.
Our Community Partner: Friends of Chamber Music
This partnership allows PSU to host some of the finest chamber ensembles in the world on campus and provides master classes with these ensembles for PSU students.
Our Community Partner: Lent School
PSU students explore literary themes with students using creative media such as art, music, sign language, and poetry.
Our Community Partner: p:ear
Students in the Strategic Management for Non-profits University Studies Capstone course assist with the sustainability and growth needs of p:ear, an organization which uses education, art, and recreation to address homeless youth needs.
Our Community Partner: KBOO Community Radio
KBOO allows students to gain firsthand experience putting music and activism together in the Portland area by exploring alternative routes to political activism and community involvement.
Our Community Partner: Young Audiences of Oregon & SW Washington
Young Audiences (YA)works to bring artists into the Graduate Teacher Education Program at PSU and emphasizes the use of the arts as a tool for reflective thought and other teaching practices.
Our Community Partner: Glenfair Elementary School
Students participate in a Native Literacy program, enabling them to witness firsthand the challenges faced by schools with large populations of children for whom English is not the main language spoken.
Our Community Partner: Kenton Elementary School
The Jazz Outreach Forum Senior Capstone - PSU Capstone students design and deliver an arts education curriculum that incorporates jazz to enhance student learning outcomes in mathematics and reading.