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Inspired by the philosophy of Imperfect Cinema, this lab will introduce students to the techniques and concepts they need to use filmmaking as a means to empower their own unique ways of storytelling. This is session #1 of a 6-part Lab series starting Thursday, September 5th, 2019.
We are in relationships with plants and animals at most times, although we don't always notice. From the air that we breathe to the foods that we eat; to the qualities of light, shade, heat and rain, community, and which we
experience, non-humans are major players in our lives, whether we notice them or not. The job of this lab is to notice them. This is session #1 of a 4-part Lab series starting Saturday, October 7th, 2019.
Math is a way of thinking that everyone can learn through awareness and practice. This lab will give you a new perspective on how a mathematician views the world and new insight into the next challenge you encounter in your own life. This is session #1 of a 6-part Lab series starting Wednesday, September 11th, 2019.
Participants will spend three days in Ashland Oregon attending The Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) which is a regional repertory theatre. Each year, the Festival produces many plays, usually a few from Shakespeare and the remainder by other playwrights, on three stages during an eight-month long season. Learn more >>
This lab will help each student discover what living life as an adult means to them and begin building skills accordingly. The curriculum of the class will be developed together as a group so that people are learning and sharing the skills that are truly useful to them. This is session #1 of a 4-part Lab series starting Friday, October 4th, 2019.
Join our first Learn and Explore trip led entirely by Wayfinding Alumni! Together you will travel to an ancient land of mystery, beauty, and wonder: Armenia and Georgia. You will experience the unique tastes, sounds, and smells of the food culture and communal traditions, making kinkali, lavash, and Georgian wine with locals. Learn more >>