PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019
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A LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR “These theaters belong to you!”
Welcome to Portland’5 Presents at Portland’5 Centers for the Arts! We are delighted that you have chosen to come and experience the joy, magic, and enchantment offered by our unique, innovative programming and we are honored to be here for you. We are very pleased to offer you an array of programs that seek to illuminate, enlighten, and educate, including the inspiring and multi-talented Mandy Harvey, Ranky Tanky, longtime favorites The Chieftains, and Who I Am: Celebrating Me, which speaks to what we should be doing here in Portland during Black History Month. Our National Geographic Live lecture series will continue to support our educational programming, transporting patrons of all ages through time and around the world, featuring such luminaries as Cristina Mittermeier, Nizar Ibrahim, and Florian Schulz.
This summer, we will continue our Music on Main program—one of rich diversity, reflecting all of the communities in our city—as exemplified by multi-ethnic singer-songwriter Gina Chavez, among others. These are your buildings and we want to make sure we meet your needs. We want to hear from you as we continue this exciting, thrilling journey through the arts. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your thoughts of what you’d like to see.
IN THIS ISSUE Upcoming Performances.............. 2-21 National Geographic Live...................4-5
Noontime Showcase.......................... 22 Portland’5 Volunteers........................ 23 Venue Information............................. 24 Accessibility.......................................... 25 Schedule by Category........................ 25
Robyn Williams Executive Director
Education Program............................ 26 Music on Main..................................... 27 Portland’5 Foundation....................... 29
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JAN C O M E D Y
FEATURING Rob Paulson & Randy Rogel
Animaniacs in Concert Saturday, January 12 7:30pm
Relive your “younger years” and see your favorite Animaniacs characters sing live on stage in Animaniacs in Concert—a musical revue starring original cast members Rob Paulsen (Yakko, and Pinky from Pinky & the Brain), accompanied by Emmy-winning composer Randy Rogel, who wrote and created many of those memorable songs you STILL can’t remove from your brain! “You could know nothing about Yakko, Wakko and Dot and still have just as good a time as the people who grew up watching ‘Animaniacs’ every day.” − Danny Gallagher, Dallas Observer “Hilarious stage banter and storytelling bring these beloved animated characters to life through inspired songwriting and mischievous performances.” − Louis Fowler, Red Dirt Report, Oklahoma City
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JAN L E C T U R E
Andy Borowitz Live The “Make America Not Embarrassing Again” Tour
Friday, January 18
The New York Times best-selling author and comedian who has written for The New Yorker since 1998 is taking his satirical news column on the road. Join Andy Borowitz for an evening of conversation & storytelling as we get down to addressing what the @#$ is going on!
Borowitz has been called a “Swiftian satirist” (the Wall Street Journal), “America’s satire king” (the Daily Beast), “the funniest human on Twitter” (the Times), and “one of the funniest people in America” (CBS News Sunday Morning). In 2001, he created the “Borowitz Report,” a satirical news column that has millions of readers around the world, for which he won the first-ever National Press Club award for humor. TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLAND’5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 3
ehind every great National Geographic story there is a great storyteller: the adventurers, writers, photographers, filmmakers, scientists, and explorers who bring the world home. Through National Geographic Live, a rich public program of speakers, concerts, and films, these storytellers are presented on stages worldwide. As audiences around the world have discovered, National Geographic Live events are lavishly illustrated, firsthand presentations by dynamic individuals who travel the world to get the powerful stories and images you’ve seen on
the National Geographic Channel and in National Geographic magazine. Portland’5 Centers for the Arts and National Geographic Live joined forces in 2016 to bring the inaugural three-part speaker series to the Newmark Theatre. The 2018-2019 five-part series season continues with these amazing presentations. Single tickets are available now. Be on the lookout for information about the 2019-2020 season coming this spring. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with the world around you.
INTO THE ARCTIC KINGDOM Florian Schulz Photographer His multi-year quest to document the Arctic took photographer Florian Schulz to the ends of the Earth. He camped for weeks in jarring winter conditions, accompanied traditional Inuit hunters and sailed the arctic waters, all to get an intimate look at life in the Arctic. There, he tracked families of polar bears, followed the vast caribou herds, and captured the Northern Lights in stunning detail. Through breathtaking imagery, Schulz takes audiences on a legendary journey into the Arctic kingdom—with a special focus on the Arctic Refuge, one of the world’s last great wilderness.
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SPINOSAURUS: LOST GIANT OF THE CRETACEOUS Nizar Ibrahim Paleontologist Meet Spinosaurus, the largest predatory dinosaur yet discovered —larger than T. rex—and hear the incredible story of how it was almost lost to science, before being brought back withh the help of paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim. With amazing video recreating the world of the Cretaceousera Sahara, Ibrahim will tell the story of Spinosaurus’ discovery, loss, and rediscovery, and explain what—other than its size—makes this ancient monster unique.
Monday, February 25, 2019 7:30pm
STANDING AT THE WATER’S EDGE Cristina Mittermeier Marine Biologist and Photographer Photojournalist Cristina Mittermeier knows the power of water. She learned the concept of responsible earth stewardship from her indigenous nanny as a child growing up in Mexico, and she explores that calling through the ways of life of four communities and their individual relationships with water— the Kayapó in the Amazon, the Inuit of Greenland, the First Nations people of British Columbia, and native Hawaiians.
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FEB C O N C E R T
Silkroad Ensemble Monday, February 4 7:30pm
The Silkroad Ensemble creates music that engages difference, sparking radical cultural collaboration and passion-driven learning to build a more hopeful world. Founded by cellist Yo-Yo Ma, the group has been called “vibrant and virtuosic” by the Wall Street Journal, “one of the 21st century’s great ensembles” by the Vancouver Sun, and a “roving musical laboratory without walls” by the Boston Globe. Silkroad musicians and composers hail from more than 20 countries, drawing on a rich tapestry of traditions to create a new musical language — a uniquely engaging and accessible encounter between the foreign and the familiar that reflects our manylayered contemporary identities. As the Los Angeles Times has said, Silkroad’s “vision of international cooperation is not what we read in our daily news reports. Theirs is the better world available if we, like these extraordinary musicians, agree to make it one.”
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Oregon Symphony Presents AMERICANA WITH EDGAR MEYER SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 2019, 7:30 PM
LESLIE ODOM, JR. Edgar Meyer
SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 2019, 7:30 PM
KODO TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2019, 7:30 PM
VALENTINE’S DAY WITH SMOKEY ROBINSON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019, 7:30 PM Leslie Odom, Jr.
HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN™ IN CONCERT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2019, 7:30 PM SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2019, 2 PM & 7:30 PM
PINK MARTINI WITH MEOW MEOW: HOTEL AMOUR MONDAY, APRIL 1, 2019, 7:30 PM
MONTEREY JAZZ FESTIVAL ON TOUR TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2019, 7:30 PM
SEU JORGE PRESENTS THE LIFE AQUATIC – A TRIBUTE TO DAVID BOWIE MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2019, 7:30 PM
THE MUSIC OF THE ROLLING STONES THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2019, 7:30 PM Boyz II Men
BOYZ II MEN WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019, 7:30 PM
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FEB T H E A T R E
Who I Am: Celebrating Me Who I Am: Celebrating Me is a community of youth and adult artists exploring history through the arts. From soul-encompassing singing and dancing to heartfelt poetry and prose, the production takes you on a cultural journey highlighting a montage of African-American figures and movements.
Sunday, February 10 3:00pm
Formed in 2007 by Shalanda Sims in response to the lack of celebratory events in Portland during Black History month, Who I Am: Celebrating Me dared to fill a void. In an effort to educate youth, show them something they could be proud of, and celebrate all year long, educators, business owners, youth, adults, senior citizens, artists, community members gathered to sing songs, recite poetry, and share oral history. Who I Am: Celebrating Me has helped educate thousands of audience members about the rich history and contributions of African-Americans. TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLANDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 9
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HEARING IS BELIEVING ARLENE SCHNITZER CONCERT HALL | TICKETS $5-$55
JEREMIAH SYMPHONY Sat., Mar. 2, 2019 | 7:30 PM Jacob Avshalomov: The Taking of T’ung Kuan Bernstein: Jeremiah Symphony
AUERBACH AND MARTINU Sun., May 5, 2019 | 4:00 PM Auerbach: Symphony No. 1 Martinu: Oboe Concerto, Max Blair, oboe
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FEB C O N C E R T
Six-time Grammy winners, The Chieftains are now recognized for bringing traditional Irish music to the world’s attention. They have uncovered the wealth of traditional Irish music that has accumulated over the centuries, making the music their own with a style that is as exhilarating as it is definitive.
Wednesday, February 20 7:30pm
The Chieftains are never afraid to shock purists and push genre boundaries. The trappings of fame have not altered The Chieftains’ love of, and loyalty to, their roots however—they are as comfortable playing spontaneous Irish sessions as they are headlining a concert at Carnegie Hall. After 50 years of making some of the most beautiful music in the world, The Chieftains’ music remains as fresh and relevant as when they first began. TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLAND’5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 11
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CITY-WIDE YOUTH POETRY SLAM Thursday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m. | Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall $10 Youth, $15 Adult | Tickets at Portland5.com
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MAR C O N C E R T
America’s Got Talent Golden Buzzer Winner, Mandy Harvey, is an award-winning singer, songwriter, and inspirational speaker who lost her residual hearing at the age of nineteen. Mandy tours the world performing her original music and presenting her personal story of never giving up and continuing to try—she calls these messages Wisdom For Life.
Monday, March 4 7:30pm
Not content to rest on her burgeoning recording career, her live performances, and her inspirational speaking, Mandy just released her first book titled Sensing The Rhythm, Finding My Voice In a World Without Sound published by Howard Books/Simon & Schuster, with a message of helping others to realize their dreams and pursue their hopes. As an ambassador for No Barriers USA, she travels the country to heighten awareness, break down blocks, challenge stereotypes, and lead the charge toward a brighter future for all. TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLAND’5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 13
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MAR C O N C E R T
Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez Part of the romance of Mariachi songs is they convey “all things are possible.” The humor, the spirit, and even the bittersweet, inspire us to a world where we live out our dreams.
Sunday, March 10 6:00pm
Unprecedented, unrivaled and uninhibited, the impact of Jose Hernandez and his Sol de Mexico® on mariachi and all music is undeniable. After forming Mariachi Sol de Mexico® in 1981, Jose’s charismatic arrangements and signature trumpet playing made the group an instant and lasting success: Sol de Mexico has played to sold out halls from New York’s Lincoln Center to Viña del Mar in Santiago, Chile. They were the first Mariachi group to play concerts in Beijing, China and Pyongyang, North Korea. Sol de Mexico also played for four U.S. presidents including performances at the White House! But more than awards and credits, it is the passion and love of the mariachi tradition that courses through Jose’s veins into audiences’ hearts. TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLAND’5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 15
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FESTIVAL 2019 presented by
STANLEY CLARKE · PHAROAH SANDERS · VANGUARD JAZZ ORCHESTRA · THE BAD PLUS TERENCE BLANCHARD E-COLLECTIVE w/Darrell Grant · CHRISTIAN SCOTT · AARON DIEHL TRIO STEVE TURRE Rahsaan Roland Kirk Tribute · FREDDY COLE Nat King Cole at 100 and more … PDX Jazz thanks
Laura Kaminsky | Newmark Theatre
A Special Concert | Keller Auditorium
THE BARBER OF SEVILLE Gioachino Rossini | Keller Auditorium
LA FINTA GIARDINIERA Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Newmark Theatre
IN THE PENAL COLONY Philip Glass | The Hampton Opera Center
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APR C O N C E R T
“Gullah” comes from West African language and means “a people blessed by God.” “Ranky Tanky” translates loosely as “Work It,” or “Get Funky!” In this spirit this Charleston, SC based quintet performs timeless music of Gullah culture born in the southeastern Sea Island region of the United States. From playful game songs to ecstatic shouts, from heartbreaking spirituals to delicate lullabies, the musical roots of Charleston.
Monday, April 1 7:30pm
The soulful songs of the Gullah culture are brought to life by this band of native South Carolinians who mix low country traditions with large doses of jazz, gospel, funk, and rhythm and blues. Quentin Baxter, Kevin Hamilton, Charlton Singleton and Clay Ross came together in 1998 to form a Charleston jazz quartet. They have reunited, adding celebrated low country vocalist Quiana Parler to revive a “Heartland of American Music” born in their own backyards. TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLAND’5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 17
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MAY T H E A T R E
The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical The Greek gods are real, and they’re ruining Percy Jackson’s life.
Tuesday, May 7
Percy Jackson, a teenager with attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder and dyslexia, has been kicked out schools his entire life for reasons uncontrolled by him. After a series of unexplainable and mythical events, Percy finally discovers he is a son of Poseidon, a demigod, and accused of stealing Zeus’s lightning bolt. His best friend Grover, a satyr, and new friend Annabeth, daughter of Athena, must embark on a quest to find and return Zeus’s stolen lightning bolt before a war erupts between the gods.
Wednesday, May 8 7:30pm
The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical is based on the New York Times best selling book series by Rick Riordan. This full length show, originally produced in 2017 with a sold out Off-Broadway run, earned three Drama Desk nominations (including Best Musical) and an award for Best Off-Broadway Cast Album (2017 Broadway World). TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLAND’5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 19
TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Shay Kuebler/Radical System Art Canada |Jan 31-Feb 2
Beijing Dance Theater China | Feb 20
Compagnie Hervé Koubi France| Feb 28- Mar 2
Compagnie Marie Chouinard Canada| Mar 7-9
Parsons Dance NYC | Apr 4-6
Savion Glover NYC | Apr 9-10
Philadanco Philadelphia | Apr 24
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Parsons Dance Photo by Lois Greenfeild
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JUN G A M E S H O W
The Price Is Right Live The Price Is Right Live™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to hear their names called and “Come On Down” to win. Prizes may include appliances, vacations and possibly a new car! Play classic games just like on television’s longest running and most popular game show…from Plinko™ to Cliffhangers™ to The Big Wheel™ and even the fabulous Showcase.
Tuesday, June 18 8:00pm
Playing to near sold-out audiences for more than 14 years, the Price Is Right Live™ has entertained millions of guests and given away more than 12 million dollars in cash and prizes. If you’re a fan of The Price Is Right™ on TV, you’ll no doubt love this exciting, live (non-televised), on-stage version of the show! NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to US & Canada legal residents, 18+ (Residents of PR & Quebec ineligible to participate as contestants). For complete rules & regulations, including eligibility requirements & free method of entry, visit or call the box office. Sponsored by Good Games Live, Inc. Void where prohibited. Price is Right Live™/©2018 FremantleMedia. All Rights Reserved.
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NOONTIME SHOWCASE 12:00pm–1:00pm | First Mondays of the month, October–June | Wednesdays July 10–August 28 Take a break during the busy weekday and stop by for Noontime Showcase, a series of free noontime events featuring a wide variety of performers and styles. While the weather is cool and wet outside, the Antoinette Hatfield Hall Rotunda heats up with indoor performances every first Monday, October through June. In the summer, bring your lunch and enjoy the sunshine with outdoor performances on Main Street every Wednesday, July through August.
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Featuring world premieres from fEARnoMUSIC’s Young Composers Project
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ARLENE SCHNITZER CONCERT HALL
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FIREBIRD Respighi: Gli Uccelli (The Birds) Stravinsky: The Firebird Suite
AMERICA’S FLORENCE Price: Dances in the Canebrakes Price: Symphony No. 1 Louis Armstrong: Satchmo
CANTANDO Moncayo: Sinfonietta Osorio: Suite de Villancicos Latinoamericanos Selections by Pacific Youth Choir Márquez: Danzón No. 8 Guzmán: Cantos de Guanacaste In partnership with Pacific Youth Choir
Featuring puppets from Northwest Children’s Theater and MYS Concerto Competition Winner
Featuring MYS Concerto Competition Winner
Tickets $11-$40 • playmys.org • 503-239-4566
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CALLING ALL ARTS ENTHUSIASTS: WE NEED YOU!
For more than 30 years, the volunteers at Portland’5 Centers for the Arts have served as a critical, vital presence for all of our venues, ushering patrons, taking tickets and ensuring that our guests are safe and comfortable. They are the first friendly faces you see when you visit our venues, and the last when you leave us. Volunteers are active in the Portland’5 community engagement efforts and assist in the efforts of the Portland’5 Foundation. For over 20 years, the volunteers of Portland’5 have collected teddy bears and other stuffed animals in support of the Clackamas County Victims Assistance program. Volunteers lead visitors and members of the community on free tours of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and the theatres in the Antoinette Hatfield Hall.
Our volunteers are caring members of the Portland Metro community and share the desire to widen the access to the performing arts. The volunteer program at Portland’5 is filled with people who share their life and business experiences, fluency in other languages, and their love of live theatre. All training is provided including customer service procedures, ushering skills, ticket reading, safety and evacuation drills. A volunteer application and background check are required. If you share a passion for the performing arts, love working in a team and are ready to enter a whole new world of experiences and new friends, please reach out to us! For more information about volunteering, please call 503-274-6552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLAND’5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 23
PORTLAND’5 MAIN BOX OFFICE Antoinette Hatfield Hall
(Newmark Theatre, Winningstad Theatre, and Brunish Theatre)
1111 SW Broadway Ave, Portland, OR 97205 800.273.1530 Open Mon–Sat. 10:00am–5:00pm Open two hours before events at Antoinette Hatfield Hall and Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.
KELLER AUDITORIUM 222 SW Clay St, Portland, OR 97201 800.273.1530 Keller Auditorium box office is only open on days of performances, two hours prior to performance times.
ARLENE SCHNITZER CONCERT HALL 1037 SW Broadway Ave, Portland, OR 97205 800.273.1530 Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall box office is only open on days of performances, two hours prior to performance times.
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SCHEDULE BY CATEGORY TIME
MON, FEBRUARY 4, 2019
WED, FEBRUARY 20, 2019
MON, MARCH 4, 2019
MARIACHI SOL DE MEXICO
SUN, MARCH 10, 2019
MON, APRIL 1, 2019
THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE
TUE, JUNE 18, 2019
»» Reserved accessible seating for patrons using wheelchairs and their companion(s)
FRI, JANUARY 18, 2019
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: INTO THE ARCTIC KINGDOM
MON, JANUARY 28, 2019
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: SPINOSAURAUS
MON, FEBRUARY 25, 2019
»» Wheelchair accessible restrooms
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE: STANDING AT THE WATER’S EDGE
TUE, APRIL 2, 2019
WHO I AM: CELEBRATING ME
SUN, FEBRUARY 10, 2019
TUE, MAY 7, 2019 WED, MAY 8, 2019
Portland’5 is dedicated to bringing arts performances to as many people as possible, including those who may need auditory, visual, or mobility assistance. We go beyond mere compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to make sure all of our audience members have an exceptional experience. All of our buildings are equipped with the following: »» Accessible entrances and elevators
»» Curbside drop-off zones »» Courtesy wheelchairs available on a first-come, first-served basis »» Designated accessible parking available on a first-come, first-served basis »» Assistive listening devices »» Sign language interpretation and open captioning for select events »» Audio description for select events throughout the year If you need to purchase accessible ADA seating, or would like information, please contact our box office at 503.248.4335.
ANIMANIACS IN CONCERT
SAT, JANUARY 12, 2019
Wednesdays at 1:00pm Saturdays every half hour from 11:00am–1:00pm Step behind the footlights for an exciting tour of the Portland’5 Centers for the Arts. These award-winning facilities come to life as your tour guide weaves a tale of theatre magic. Find out how the 1920s Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and the new Dolores Winningstad and Newmark Theatres have become part of one of the busiest performing arts center complexes in the nation. Learn fascinating details about the historic architecture and design elements of our state-ofthe-art venues. Hear anecdotes about the theatres’ colorful past. Sign up online for your tour at portland5.com.
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MUSIC ON MAIN
Celebrate summer at the 14th Annual Music on Main. This free outdoor concert series features popular local and national bands. Kick back and relax in the sun with dinner and drinks from the ArtBar & Bistro, or grab a partner and hit the dance floor. Either way you choose, Music on Main promises to be a great way to spend a breezy summer night in downtown Portland! Wednesdays, 5:30pm, July 10-August 28.
Taking the stage at this year’s Music on Main is Austin singer-songwriter Gina Chavez. Gina first found her voice as a Latin folk chanteuse during a year abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her warm, bold, rich voice transports with songs of longing, faith, beauty, and sacrifice. With an intermingling of English and Spanish, Chavez’s music offers a distinct
weave of cumbia, bossa nova, vintage pop, indie folk, and reggaeton. Described by NPR as possessing a voice that will ‘stop you in your tracks,’ 10-time Austin Music Award winner Chavez made the station’s Tiny Desk Concert of 2015 and was hailed by the Austin Monthly as ‘a breath of fresh air.’ Her music is sure to enchant, delight, and get folks kicking up their heels!
SUMMER ARTS ON MAIN Wednesdays, July 10–August 28 11:00am–1:00pm Since 2004, this event has evolved into a rite of summer for Portlanders, offering free music, exciting performances, and children’s activities along Main Street between the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and Antoinette Hatfield Hall. Adjacent to the Portland Farmers Market on the South Park Blocks, Summer Arts on Main is the perfect afternoon family experience. TICKETS: PORTLAND5.COM | PORTLAND’5 PRESENTS WINTER/SPRING 2019 | 27
Through our Education Program, Portland’5 Centers for the Arts removes barriers and provides access
Mandy Harvey Singer/songwriter
to a diverse selection of world-class lectures and performing arts. We offer free performances in our venues and in the community, career shadow opportunities, summer internships, and curriculum support. Our Education Program intentionally seeks and supports teachers and students in Title I schools.
Focusing on Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties, our programs enhance the education and arts experience by providing curricular materials that connect what students see on the stage with what they experience in the classroom. In our inaugural 2015-2016 season the Portland’5 Education Program served over 6,000 students and staff from Multnomah county schools. In our 2017-2018 season, we served over 14,000 students and staff.
Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous Nizar Ibrahim, Paleontologist
For more information about our Education Program, please contact Nike Greene at 503.796.6514 or email email@example.com.
Standing at the Water’s Edge
Transportation for these events generously sponsored by your local Toyota dealers.
Christina Mittermeier, Marine Biologist & Photographer
These free events are only available to participating school groups.
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FOUNDATION The mission of Portland'5 Centers for the Arts Foundation is to secure funds for culturally-relevant education programming and venue capital projects as part of Portland’5 Centers for the Arts’ commitment to ensure access to the performing arts for people of all means, cultures, abilities, and ethnicities.
THANK YOU FOR MAKING 2018 A SUCCESS! In 2018, the Portland’5 Education Program served 13,575 students, families, and staff from Title I schools. Our goals and how we met them:
Offer culturally-relevant education programming
One Day | One City | 13,000 kids
Three performances of Hands Up! Two performances of Incredible Journey of Jazz The Hip Hop Nutcracker
On May 3, our goal is raise 503 donations of $20 to support the Portland'5 Centers for the Arts Education Program. Join us as we bring culturally-relevant performing arts to students in Title I schools.
Increase access to the performing arts for people of all means, cultures, and ethnicities
Students and family members attended evening performances of Love Heals all Wounds: Lil Buck and Jon Boogz and The Hip Hop Nutcracker.
9 SHOWS | 2 LECTURES | 2 FAMILY EVENTS | 1 MASTER CLASS
Broaden access to the arts
Thirty students at Harriet Tubman Middle School participated in a master dance class taught by Hip Hop Nutcracker choreographer Randi “Rascal” Freitas.
Offer world-class lectures and curriculum support
100% TITLE 1 SCHOOLS
National Geographic Live! lectures by primatologist Mireya Mayor and biologist and photographer Ronan Donovan. Teachers receive event-specific preparatory workbooks.
Black/ African American
Pacific Islander MultiEthnic
STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS (OBSERVED)
Lack of arts education opportunities disproportionately affects students and families from communities of color and low-income households. Many attend schools that do not provide comprehensive arts programming, if any at all. Additional barriers to the arts include limited access to transportation, lack of expendable time, lack of disposable income, little or no exposure to the arts, and a misperception that the arts are exclusive. There is no charge to any school, student, or family to attend an Education Program event.
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