Scalehouse Voices, featuring Carolina Pfister
Scalehouse Voices Presents Carolina Pfister in partnership with OSU-Cascades
Carolina Pfister – Writer, musician, filmmaker, audio storyteller, non-profit director & dot connector.
May 29, 2019
OSU-Cascades Graduate and Research Center,
650 SW Columbia St, Room 209
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Tickets are free, but seats are limited. Priority will be given to advance ticket holders. Priority will be given to advance ticket holders. To advance our mission, we will kindly accept donations and encourage you to become a member of Scalehouse.
In its second season, Scalehouse Voices facilitates talks with practicing local and visiting artists, as well as scholars and teachers of art, to explore ideas and techniques, practice and process, and creativity and culture.
A filmmaker by trade, Pfister resides at the crossroads of media arts, storytelling, and community-building.
Pfister, who immigrated to US from Brazil for her MFA, offers an expansive view of citizenship as “commitment”—to communities and individuals, to plants and animals, and to ideas. At all times, Pfister’s work promotes those key values of shared prosperity, place as being, communal experience, and the embodiment of art in all we do.
Join us for an inspiring evening with Pfister as she reflects on her experiences of finding home and making art—indeed, those experiences that connect us all.
ABOUT SCALEHOUSE VOICES:
Hosted by OSU-Cascades and produced by Scalehouse, Scalehouse Voices is a series of artist talks featuring the fresh voices, perspectives, and ideas of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists, designers, and scholars.
OSU-Cascades provides students with personalized instruction and OSU’s excellence in both academics and innovative research, as well as the lifelong advantages of a premier research university. OSU-Cascades is the only baccalaureate and graduate degree-granting institution based in Central Oregon. OSU-Cascades expanded to a four-year university when it welcomed its first freshman class in fall 2016.