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    Emilie Currin

    EMILIE-ROSE CURRIN teaches filmmaking and art at the youth and adult levels with a focus on inspiration, experimentation, collaboration and empowerment, leading instructional activities for Caldera Arts, NAYA, Hollywood Theare/Grant High School, the PNCA and the Film Center's Film Camps.  Often working in the traditional home movie format of Super-8mm, her short films, including THE FOURTH WAY, about the daily manifestations and landscape of contemporary feminism, and THESE TWO HANDS, about rebuilding efforts in Haiti after the earthquake, merge conversation, poetry, idealogies, community building and sometimes visual art and dance, screening in such venues as the PNCA Faculty Biennial, Shanghai Tunnels Project Video Poetry Festival, the Autzen Gallery and New American Union. She holds an MFA in Studio Practice from Portland State University.

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