Lessons in Livability: Screenings

Lessons in Livability: Screening, in Partnership with BendFilm and The Bend Livability Project

June 2, 2016  |  7PM
Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall Street, Bend, OR 97701THIS EVENT HAS PASSED.ABOUT THE EVENT:

Join Scalehouse, BendFilm, and the Bend Livability Project for the highly acclaimed film, The Human Scale. How do the spaces that surround us enhance or disturb our interactions with others? How can we make our streets more accessible by foot or bike? Through his world acclaimed work, revolutionary Danish architect and urban planner Jan Gehl has been leading a revolution in urban planning that has been transforming cities worldwide.

Following the film, Bend 2030 Executive Director, Erin Foote Morgan, will facilitate a conversation with Bend Tech Ecosystem organizer Preston Callicott, Bend City Councilor Victor Chudowsky, Brooks Resources’ Romy Mortensen, and Scalehouse Executive Director René Mitchell, about how innovations in planning, housing, and transportation can transform Bend in the coming decade.


BendFilm celebrates the brave voice of independent cinema through films, lectures, and education, including year-round programming and an annual four-day film festival with over 100 films. Learn more here.

Produced by Bend 2030, the Bend Livability Project is an ongoing civic engagement initiative designed to educate, empower, and engage the Bend community to harness and shape the dramatic growth we will experience in the coming years through innovative strategies. With 30,000 more residents expected to live here by 2030, so much of our next chapter is unscripted—it’s up to us to define it together.