Why Portland Needs VibeVibe exists because arts education is missing in today’s daily educational system ~ especially for students without the means to make it happen outside of the school day. Vibe connects local teaching artists who are passionate about bringing their love of music and visual arts to the students they work with.
Celebrating Artistic IntegrityVibe’s teaching artists incorporate art history throughout all the projects students are working on. Whether its our Pint-Size Picasso classes learning about Georgia O’Keeffe while looking at flowers and painting, our elementary classes are doing self-portraits while studying Chuck Close or our middle school classes learning about Calder while creating sculptures- we incorporate the history of art into every aspect of our classes.
Embracing MentorsVibe of Portland believes art and music are best taught by building relationships between mentors, teachers, directors and students. Our aim is to build long-term invested relationships with the students, schools and communities where our programs are implemented.
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Last week some people from the Portland Tribune stopped by to see what was going on in our new studio space! We were excited to show off what we are doing and all the plans we have for the future of creative community building in the new studio! Check out the article that was published today July 6, 2017 in the Portland Tribune! Vibe of Portland : Tribune Article
Help Vibe get our studio looking amazing for this summer’s camps! The Vibe Studio is moving to Tabor Commons, located at SE 57th and Division St. in SE Portland. You might know the building as the former Cafe Au Play space. The grounds don’t look like the picture above- it has had over a year without regular attention. This Saturday May 20th from 10 am – 2 pm we will be weeding the grounds to get it back in shape … read more