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3203 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard, Portland, Oregon 97202-8199

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Oregon Origins Project presents a journey through the seasonal traditions of the southwest Oregon coast indigenous peoples. Yashuwe’ Tututni Dené culture bearer and artist Hii-ne Jake DePoe will interweave stories, songs, poetry, and art inspired by the traditions of her peoples and her own personal history. RSVP at oregonorigins.org.

About Oregon Origins Project
Oregon Origins Project explores the ancient origins of the state of Oregon through creative expression.

Oregon Origins Project seeks:
to cultivate a deeper appreciation of Oregon’s first peoples and their fundamental relationship to the land;
to provide a platform for indigenous artists and culture bearers to share their living traditions and artistic work;
to creatively explore the state’s varied landscapes and microclimates, its geologic and natural histories;
to offer an opportunity for artists of all disciplines and backgrounds to create new work inspired by the state’s origins;
to awaken the many senses of place in this diverse place known as Oregon.

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