NEO | MYTHOS

NEO | MYTHOS
  • Cost: Free
  • Capacity: 250

A collaboration between media artist Jodi Darby and Open School East middle school students.

Join us for the unveiling of NEO | MYTHOS, an outdoor video projection made in collaboration with media artist Jodi Darby and the middle school students of Open School East.

While learning about multimedia platforms, videography, animation, audio recording and projection mapping with Jodi, Open School East students examined the concept of mythos and oral histories while challenging tropes and stereotypes to reimagine and recreate their own mythologies.

The evening will also feature DJ sets from Open School East students and Lapaushi of Latinx femme DJ collective Noche Libre, a multicultural dessert feast and a photo booth.

This program is funded with support from the Juan Young Trust and the Oregon Community Foundation.

Outdoor projection mapping support is provided by Sarah Turner, Nanda D'Agostino (Mobile Projection Unit) and Hilary Tsai (PNCA '19).

Dates

Mar 21

Thursday

7:00pm – 9:00pm

Location

Open School East

16570 SE Oak St
Portland, OR 97233
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Featured Media-Maker

Jodi Darby Media Educator

Jodi Darby is a media artist, activist and educator specializing in experimental video and photography. She works to amplify stories that often go unheard while pushing back at the narratives of dominant culture. She has collaborated with members of the Black Panther Party, the Dineh Nation, the Bolivian Anarcha-Feminist collective Mujeres Creando and the American Indian Movement.

Darby is the Education Director of POWGirls, a program that teaches a curriculum of video production and media literacy to girls ages 15-19, an instructor at Outside the Frame, a film program for homeless youth, as well as a professor at Portland State University's School of Art + Design.

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