Are you a local artist, or a interested community member in learning on how to organize, navigate murals in the city of Portland?
Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) Presenters include Gage Hamilton, an organizer of Forest for the Trees Northwest—a public art mural project that brought twenty artists together in August to paint murals—and Robin Corbo, a local artist known for her skill at organizing and creating community murals. Peggy Kendellen, Manager of RACC’s Public Art Murals Program, and Doug Strickler from the City’s Bureau of Development Services will also be on hand to help participants navigate the two options available for creating an exterior mural on a wall in Portland.
Come on down to The Rosewood Initiative for a FREE mural workshop on Saturday, November 8th, 2014 from 10 am – 12 noon !
The Rosewood Initiative is located on 16126 SE Stark Street, Portland OR, 97233
Take advantage of the great opportunity. Local artist, property owners, business owners, and community members are all welcome!
The SUN program is in search of volunteers as well as players for open gym!
Open gym will start on Thursday October 30th and go on every week at Harold Oliver Elementary from 5:30-7pm
All players and volunteers have to be 16 and up +
If you know anyone who would like to volunteer or play please get in contact with Josh Richards by email: email@example.com
Powell Division project staff are looking to learn more about equity concerns in West Gresham, and need good input from people who can speak to the needs of the community. Here is some more detailed information about an upcoming meeting:
Powell-Division: Equity work group
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
4:30pm to 6:00pm
805 S.E. 122nd, Portland
Last Thursday, August 14th, 2014 the Rosewood Repair Cafe went on! There was 53 participants with 65 items brought in to be fixed. The community brought in bikes, sewing machines, small appliances and other items to be fixed! Everyone went home with the effort of trying to relive what they had brought, or went home with an item in their hands that could be of use once again!
We’d like to thank all the volunteers that came out and helped around or helped fixed the items the community brought. We appreciate it!!
http://www.repairpdx.org/ go to Repair PDX and check out different locations, in case you missed this one or have more things you’d like to get fixed!
Do you or someone you know have any kind of interest starting your own business? MercyCorps Northwest is offering six three-hour classes that will cover the basics and what you need to know to start your own business!
Registration Link for Business Foundations Classes
St.Joseph The Worker Church hosted a National Night Out event last Thursday outside of Rosewood! The community came out and partied together for the free community dinner that took place. The Portland Fire Department, Portland Police Department, and a police officer from Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office came out as well to make a connection with the community for a feel of safeness! We all had fun bringing this awesome event and seeing how many others enjoyed it!
We’d like to thank The Snowman Foundation for gifting The Rosewood Initiative with a new piano! We really appreciate it! Just as The Snowman Foundation has made a donation to the Rosewood Initiative, we’re asking if members from the Rosewood community could contribute in a small donation to The Snowman Foundation in honor of the Play It Forward Program! If you’d like to make a donation please contact us @ firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 208-2562 !
The Aspire Project is back for another week of fun and excitement! A new set of about 25 girls are welcomed for a full week of dancing and learning for a lovely performance for their loved ones at the end!
The Aspire Project joins us again this summer for more twirls and lessons! Last week The Aspire Project held a dance camp for about a number of 25 girls ! These girls were committed to dance everyday of the week to learn and achieve goals! This has been a great opportunity for the community, free dance lessons are offered to anyone youth in the community! With dance the girls realize their potential and build up their self- esteem for the future! The Aspire Project is holding another dance camp next week, where another group of girls with have the change to jump and twirl their way to a higher self-esteem!
The Bicycle Safety Fiesta was a success on Saturday, this event brought many people from the community. They all gathered around the Rosewood area and interacted not only with the community but also with the different organizations that helped us make this event become a reality! We are very fortunate to have partnerships with these organizations, making them part of our team! We hope that the families that came and supported had as much fun as we did creating this fiesta!
Rosewood thanks: Portland Police Bureau, Gresham Fire Department, Multnomah County Sheriffs Office, STRYVE, Department of Human Services, Department of Community Justice, all the dance groups, and all volunteers.