Little Stone Project

 

What?

The Little Stone Project will provide art, education and inspiration over four days, November 2-5, in Bend, Oregon. The centerpiece of the weekend is a screening of the award-winning feature documentary "Little Stones" at the Tower Theatre, Nov. 2 followed by a lecture on "Changing Culture with Culture" by EMMY-award winning director Sophia Kruz (presented by COCC Foundation's Nancy R. Chandler Visiting Scholar Program). Participate in family-friendly hands-on workshops or shop the purpose-driven brands and artisans at the pop-up marketplace Saturday & Sunday at the Liberty Theater, downtown Bend. There are many ways to be a little stone in the mosaic of larger social movements!


Where?

Tickets are available after 9/1 at www.bendticket.com

"Little Stones" movie screening with special guests, including film director in attendance. Nov. 2, 7 pm, Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall Street, Bend. Tickets: $14, available in advance, www.bendticket.com,  or at the door. 

"Changing Culture with Culture" EMMY-Award winning director Sophia Kruz lecture. Presented by COCC Foundation's Nancy R. Chandler Visiting Scholar Program. Nov. 3, 4pm, Liberty Theater, 849 NW Wall Street, Bend. Tickets: $10 (free for students) available in advance, www.bendticket.com, or at the door. 

"Paint Outside the Lines": United Kingdom's aptArt (Awareness and Prevention through Art)  shows work from its first US project that took place Oct. 2016 in Portland, Oregon. First Friday. Nov. 3, 5:30-8pm. Liberty Theater, 849 NW Wall Street, Bend. Free and open to the public.

WORKSHOPS: Mosaic, graffiti, slam poetry.  Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 4-5, Liberty Theatre, 849 NW Wall Street, Bend. Free, but registration required in advance, www.bendticket.com.

POP UP MARKETPLACE: Shop purpose-driven brands and artisans that do good with their work. Learn about their missions to make change in the world through new models for doing business. Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 4-5, Liberty Theatre, 849 NW Wall Street, Bend.  Free and open to the public.


How can you help?

Volunteer, attend, give, be a little stone! Contact Cheryl Parton, ecparton1(at)gmail.com