1. A People's History of Portland - Free Walking Tours of Portland (Know Your City)

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    Before Portland was known for Portlandia, bikes and brews, the foundations of the city were built by immigrant laborers. A People’s History of Portland introduces Portland’s immigrant and working class heroes, celebrating our city’s social activists and movements. This tour tells Portland’s story from the point of view of – and in the words of – the Chinese, Japanese, African American, Jewish, and LGBT communities that are often left out of mainstream conversations about Portland. Led by fun and engaging tour guides, A People’s History of Portland invites you to take a closer look at the city you’ve heard so much about. Tour Highlights: - Portland's "Old" and "New" Chinatowns - The site of Portland’s first African American community - "Nihonmachi," Portland’s JapanTown - LGBT roots in Old Town Tours every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday – 10AM Starting May 1, 2015 Meets outside Dan & Louis Oyster Bar 208 SW Ankeny St More info: knowyourcity.org/tours Special thanks: Jay Lee, Stan Fonesca, Reiko Hillyer, Sarah Mirk

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    • Moving Stories: A Senior-Led Walking Tour

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      Experience 7 location based stories on a walk around the Lower East Side. Additional out takes from the New Museum's IDEA City festival on May 30, 2015.

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      • UPenn PACT Wayfinding Challenge

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        Time Machine's video entry into the Upenn PACT Wayfinding Challenge.

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        • Moving Stories: Poa Shen, the Kung Fu Master

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          Little Flower Park on Madison Street.

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          • Moving Stories: Phyllis, the Good Neighbor

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            Seward Park Cooperative at 210 East Broadway.

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            • Moving Stories: Gina, the Stairmaster

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              22 1/2 Catherine Street

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              • Moving Stories: Hector's Homecoming

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                Iglesia Cristiana Primitiva at 207-209 East Broadway

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                • Moving Stories: Ann Marie, The Athlete

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                  East River Park

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                  • Moving Stories: Karen, the Science Lady

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                    P.S. 42 on Hester Street

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                    • THE CROSSING

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                      This is a short film about The Crossing. It was shot by photography students from Williamstown High School in West Melbourne, Australia. It was shot using the schools DSLR's and edited using Final Cut Pro. The filmmaking workshops were led by filmmakers Lee Ramseyer Bache (Projector Bike) and Nick Scott (Freelance Editor / Camera operator) THE CROSSING Combining architectural structures with experimental film, The Crossing is an immersive work that celebrates Newport history, people, art and music. The Crossing is a multi projection walking tour exploring various locations, beginning from Hall Street, Newport Hall Street provides the starting point for this contemporary mobile and multi-projection walking tour event created in collaboration with Williamstown High School students. In class filmmaking workshops led to the creation of three original short films exploring the history, culture, and community of Newport. All of the films were shot by pupils from Williamstown High School. Experience a series of innovative street projections and installations developed by the team that brought you the engaging Projector Bike project. Presented by Projector Bike in partnership with the Newport Traders Association. The Crossing was part of Hobson's Bay Council's Art in Public Places 2015. www.artinpublicplaces.com.au/article/the-crossing

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