Jade/APANO Multicultural Space- JAMS

Location

8114 SE Division st
Portland
,
or
97206
,
US

Important Venue Notes

This is an old furnature store building now owned by APANO. It's on the corner of 82nd and Division and parking is available.

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Future Events

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Past Events

Saturday
Dec
10
2016
Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 10am-5pm
10am-5pm
Shop from 75+ local arts and craft vendors at the first annual, community-focused East Portland Holiday Bazaar at the Jade/APANO Multicultural Space. Hosted by Spritely Bean comics cafe. Free and family friendly. ---- The East Portland Holiday Bazaar is a fun-filled single-day holiday market, where you will find local, affordable, hand-made holiday gifts, such as crafts, art, greeting cards, jewelry, zines, beauty products, and much more! Free, Family-friendly, Community-focused holiday arts and crafts festival in the Jade District.
Saturday
Jul
30
2016
with
SOLVE
Saturday, July 30, 2016 from 2-5pm
2-5pm
Join Passion Impact in making the community a cleaner place by cleaning up around the JAM community space. We will hangout afterwards, play frisbee, and have a picnic with all the other volunteers at Harrison Park. Activities include: Litter Cleanup, Frisbee and a picnic. Register online here: http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/summer-trash-cleanup-near-jams
Sunday
Jun
26
2016
Sunday, June 26, 2016 from 5-8pm
5-8pm
This performance will feature J Ross Parrelli Headlining w/participants from Beats, Lyrics, Leaders. Check out more information at https://www.facebook.com/solomon.starr.3?fref=ts #DivisionStreetStories #PDXHipHop #KBOOHipHopYouth #APANOJams
Sunday
May
29
2016
Sunday, May 29, 2016 from 5-8pm
5-8pm
Division Street Stories: Hip-Hop Showcase & Open Mic is an opportunity to showcase young talent emerging from South East Portland. Performers will take the stage to speak truth about love, peace, light and justice. If you are a young poet, singer or activist sign up to take the stage and rock the mic. For more information, registration, and raffle entry check out www.thepubliceye.org. Thank you to the support of KBOO, APANO, Jade District, Division Midway Alliance for Community Improvement, Transportation for America and Kresge Foundation.
Saturday
Mar
12
2016
Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 12:30pm through Sunday, March 13, 2016 at 5:30pm
12:30pm through Sunday, March 13 at 5:30pm
Join Living Stages for a community puppet-build on the topic of housing and transit justice, and learn how you can make a giant cardboard and paper mache puppet to wear or carry at festivals, mobilizations and other public events. Saturday 12:30-5:00 Sunday 12:00-5:00 We'll start with the themes of housing and transit-justice and a community brainstorm of what kind of puppet we might create to express these issues! Day #1, we'll sketch out the design, and use cardboard and paper mache to begin to construct the puppet. Day #2 we'll paint the puppet and create a simple frame so the puppet can be worn or carried. This event is free and open to community. Suggested donation to cover the cost of space and materials: $5-$10-- no one turned away. http://www.facebook.com/events/1973696052854537/
Saturday
Feb
27
2016
Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 1-5pm
1-5pm
For the fourth year running, RACC is proud to bring the whole PDX music scene together at Happening! 2016. Just like last year, we're inviting Portland's musicians, bookers, managers, music writers, label owners, and the various characters who make music happen in this town. Last time around, we made some connections, opened some doors, and learned some tricks. We're doing it again, and we'll have the same program that made the first one such a success: •Experts leading small groups on topics like running a label, legal issues for artists, and booking shows •Veterans hosting a discussion on the urgent issues we're all facing as Portland music people •Maybe most importantly, sometime shoot the breeze with our old and new pals. Happening! 2016 will be an exploratory conversation about how music works around here, and how artists, professionals, and supporters shape the scene. We'll focus on the issues we all deal with - how do you get paid for the work you love when everything's changing? How do get good music out to the most people? But we'll have plenty of time to address everyone's individual questions, too. So bring your stories, questions, and ideas. Once again, we’ll bring snacks, beer, experts, and conversation. Let’s work together to make music happen. Moderator: Rebecca Miller​; Panel: Simon Tam, Jenny Logan, DJ Klyph, Portia Sabin, Sierra Haager Cost: $7-20; Capacity: 75 Bio: Rebecca Miller Rebecca Miller is a musician, youth advocate, and development professional. In 2014 she toured nationally and internationally with the band EMA, providing backing guitar, bass and vocals. Currently she is a songwriter in her own band Top Parts, and teaches guitar, songwriting, and rock band skills to youth and adults, having worked with the Rock n' Roll Camp for Girls and My Voice Music. In 2013, she re-branded the RACC music workshop as Happening! a local music forum, now in its 3rd year. Dr. Portia Sabin is a cultural anthropologist. While working on her Ph.D. at Columbia University, she played drums, recorded, and toured with NYC band The Hissyfits. She founded Shotclock Management in 2004 and took over running the legendary punk record label, Kill Rock Stars, in October 2006. She is the host of a radio show about the music business called The Future of What that can be heard on XRAY, KAOS, KUGS, KPOV, and online. Sabin is a board member of A2IM (the American Association of Independent Music) and the Pacific Northwest Chapter of The Recording Academy, and is currently co-chair of the board of the Rock ’n’ Roll Camp for Girls in Portland. Jenny Logan is an attorney and has played in bands, organized shows, and recorded music since the late '90s. After completing her M.A. at New York University she was awarded a New York City Teaching Fellowship and taught public high school in the Bronx where she was Lead Teacher of Special Education. She moved to Portland to attend Lewis and Clark Law School, where she graduated cum laude in 2013. Logan clerked for the Hon. Ann Aiken, Chief Judge of the District Court of Oregon, for two years. She also co-founded XRAY.fm, Portland's nonprofit music and talk radio station, and is in her 4th year as the station's board president. She is a member of the Oregon State Bar and currently plays bass in the band Summer Cannibals. Simon Tam is an award-winning musician, author, entrepreneur, and social justice activist. Simon is best known as the founder and bassist of The Slants, the world’s first and only all-Asian American dance rock band. Recently, he was named a "Portland Rising Star" ​by the Light a Fire Awards, received a "Distinguished Alum Award"​ from Marylhurst University, and delivered 5 TED talks. Simon is the Marketing Director at Oregon Environmental Council and an adjunct professor at Marylhurst University, Portland Community College, and Linn-Benton Community College. He is currently serving as a founding member on the Board of Directors for the Oregon Center for Human Rights and the Policy and Equity Committee for the Jade District. Cliff Stanford aka DJ Klyph, is a licensed physical therapist assistant and certified personal trainer. While living in New Orleans, he interned and recorded his first project while performing at venues in the city. Once relocating to Portland, he continued producing while transitioning to DJing and in 2008 progressed into broadcasting with the program three7 RADIO on internet station PRA (Portland Radio Authority) and then Radio 23 focusing on playing underground hip-hop, funk and soul with a focus on positive, conscious music. In 2009 he began producing and hosting Welcome to the Neighborhood on 107.1FM KZME, a show that’s primary focus has been to provide a platform for the local hip-hop, funk and soul scene. WTTN now makes its home on XRAY FM Portland and continues to feature local music, interviews and provide support of the local scene. He also produces and hosts the podcast Klyph Notes featuring long form interviews with artists & people making an impact on their community. Sierra Haager is all about helping bands grow. As the co-founder of Public Display PR, she works publicity and artist development for bands all over the country, helping her clients build plans of action that encompass tour strategy, content release strategy, digital marketing, and how to maximize return on shows, press coverage, and more. When she and her co-founder Alex aren’t working with other bands, they play in a band of their own called bed.
Monday
Nov
30
2015
Monday, November 30, 2015 from 4:30-8:30pm
4:30-8:30pm
The Oregon Outdoor Education Coalition is excited to invite you to our weekly volunteer night! Join our team and your local community in saving Outdoor School for All at our office space, located in southeast Portland! This event is from 4:30pm-8:30pm on Monday November 30th. You are welcome to spend the entire event with us, or you can stay and volunteer for an hour or two! Either way, we are looking forward to seeing you there! There will be FOOD! :D PLEASE BRING: Your laptop (if you have one) and cell phone. Each event has a variety of volunteer activities to chose from: data entry, phonebanking, office support, arts & crafts, strategic research, event planning, letter reading and categorizing!
Saturday
Nov
14
2015
Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 11am-12:30pm
11am-12:30pm
Youth Environmental Justice Alliance (YEJA) presents... YouthPass to the Future! Campaign for Free Bus Passes Do you believe in Youth Power? in Transit Justice? Come to our "YouthPass to the Future" Campaign Kick-Off! OPAL's multi-racial youth program, Youth Environmental Justice Alliance, is organizing a community event to raise awareness about a campaign to sustain and expand the YouthPass program in Portland. Our goal for the campaign is to show the city, TriMet, our schools, and our community that affordable public transportation is important for youth to lead healthy lives, be able to thrive, and be successful. The youth-led event will officially launch our campaign and engage with community members and decision makers, especially in East Portland neighborhoods. There will be educational booths about transit justice, powerful youth testimonies, and cool performances! YouthPass to the Future Campaign: We want all high school students in Portland to be able to go to school and access opportunities that prepare them for success. Transit is an educational right! Let's permanently fund YouthPass and expand it to Parkrose and David Douglas High Schools! Free food. Guest speakers. Youth Stories. Performances. http://www.facebook.com/events/183913871945864/
Saturday
Oct
10
2015
Saturday, October 10, 2015 from 10am-2pm
10am-2pm
第82大街社区论坛 有很多与第82大街事情,但我们需要谁在这里生活和工作的人,我们请你参加! 周六, 2015年10月10日,上午10:00至下午2:00 玉/ APANO多元文化空间, SE师街8114 ,波特兰。 所以,如果你关心安全的街道保障性住房,就业和小企业,标记您的日历为这一重要的社区聚会! 我们将提供翻译为非英语的人谁愿意参加。请致电萨拉·赖特503-823-7728至少五个工作日的事件之前请求翻译。 +++ 82- авеню Форум Много изменений намечено на 82-й авеню, но нам нужны люди, которые живут и работают здесь, чтобы и они были вовлечены! Суббота, 10 октября 2015, с 10:00 до 2:00 вечера Джейд / APANO мультикультурном пространстве, 8114 SE Division Street, Портленд. Так что, если вы заботитесь о безопасных улицах доступном жилье, рабочих места и малом бизнесе, отметьте в своем календаре это важное мероприятие сообщества! Мы обеспечим переводчиков для не говорящих на английском языке, которые желают принять участие. Пожалуйста, позвоните Сара Райт на 503-823-7728, по крайней мере за пять рабочих дней до начала мероприятия, чтобы запросить перевод. +++ 82a Avenida Comunidad Foro Hay mucho que hacer con 82a Avenida, pero necesitamos las personas que viven y trabajan aquí para que se comprometan! Sábado, 10 de octubre 2015 , 10:00 am a 2:00 pm Jade / Apano Multicultural Espacio, 8114 SE Division Street, Portland. Así que si usted se preocupa por calles más seguras de vivienda económica, el empleo y las pequeñas empresas, marque su calendario para esta importante reunión de la comunidad! Vamos a proporcionar traductores para personas que no hablan inglés que deseen asistir. Por favor llame a Sara Wright en 503-823-7728 por lo menos cinco días hábiles antes del evento para solicitar la traducción. +++ 82nd Avenue is one of the busiest streets in Portland and it’s feeling the effects of the same changes that are impacting all of Portland. In partnership with the City of Portland’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS), the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO) and The Office of State Senator Michael Dembrow, people who live, work and visit the area around 82nd Avenue are invited to weigh in on planning and transportation projects that will guide our development for decades to come. The event will include opportunities to meet city planners and give public testimony on the City of Portland’s Mixed-Use Zoning and Employment Zones projects, as well as public outreach and discussion relating to other issues and projects affecting the area, including transportation and transit, housing, and small business. Mayor Charlie Hales will also attend and speak to the attendees. Parking will be limited, so participants are asked to walk, bike or take transit (Tri-Met Routes #4 and #72) if possible. Locally-sourced refreshments will be served. Non-English translation services and sign language interpreters will be provided by request at 503-823-7728 at least five business days before the event. http://www.facebook.com/events/475703292611365/