In the first of two film reviews for this Labor Day Mole 2015, movie moles Denise Morris and Frann Michel discuss "Amy", directed by Asif Kapadia, about British singer and guitarist Amy Winehouse. The film explores the exploitation and commodification of art and the artist, as well as the panoptic patriarchal and commercial gaze, through a wide range of musical and audiovisual records.
Youth Collective members Ryan and River interview Chanel Adair, multimedia artis, about her current show at Blackwater, 835 NE Broadway, for The Underground. The topic of the show was "Art". 7:07 minutes (4.89 MB)
Every summer, Caldera students from Central Oregon and Portland come together for an 8-10 day intensive arts and nature camp experience. Camp is held at the Caldera Arts Center located on 120 acres of mountain and forest land at the edge of Blue Lake near Sisters, Oregon. While at camp, youth work with professional mentors, artists, and naturalists to build self-confidence, nurture artistic talents, create a supportive peer network, and experience the natural world.
These poems were recorded during the class "Everybody's Got a Little Light Under the Sun"
9:51 minutes (16.25 MB)
Bill Resnick interviews Bill Bigelow and Tim Swinehart on their new book *A People's Curriculum for the Earth*—a project focused on teaching students about the environmental crisis and climate justice.
This edited volume features some of the best articles from *Rethinking Schools* magazine, alongside classroom-friendly readings on climate change, energy, water, food, and pollution—as well as on people who are working to make things better. 20:00 minutes (8.01 MB)