If youth experiencing houselessness can make films, they can do anything. At Outside the Frame (OTFPDX.org) we believe that creative collaboration is an essential ingredients for healing, growth, and empowerment. Our professional and peer mentors take the work of making art both seriously and playfully with those with those we support and in our own art practices.
Mentors are the lifeblood of Outside the Frame. Come see an exhibit dedicated to their work and impact.<
Outside The Frame, a non-profit based in Portland that trains homeless and marginalized youth to be directors of their own films and lives, is having its world premiere of 360° films at OMSI’s Kendall Planetarium on Thursday June 2nd. Doors will open at 6pm for the 6:15pm viewing, and at 6:45pm for the 7:00pm viewing. The filmmakers will also be in attendance and there will be a reception in the lobby to take place from 6pm-8:30pm. Tickets are on a sliding scale and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Continue reading... “Outside The Frame’s World Premiere of 360° Films by Houseless Youth at OMSI June 2nd”
Outside the Frame hosts a screening of new films from their members – good films about a bad year by homeless and marginalized youth – at the Hollywood Theatre on September 30.
This screening features a variety of short films: music videos about the Movement for Black Lives featuring Mic Crenshaw and the Oregon Symphony, documentaries about grassroots, government, and healthcare efforts during COVID, and more.