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TEDx talks go LIVE with Lillian Pitt andToma Villa
April 19, 2013
A recent TEDxConcordiaUPortland event included accomplished Pacific Northwest Native American artists, Lillian Pitt and Toma Villa. In this video, enjoy Lillian and Toma's expressions of gratitude for what their ancestors have provided them, their passion for passing the gifts of their ancestors on to the next seven generations, and the ability of art to help them honor and share these gifts. View Lillian Pitt and Toma Villa's talk.more >
February 18, 2013
David Sarasohn: A Confluence of the Past, the Present and a River
During her visit to Portland last week, Maya Lin spoke with The Oregonian associate editor David Sarasohn. In his February 16th article, Sarasohn reflects on the 10 year journey that... more >
December 6, 2012
Confluence Project 2012-2013 Gifts from Our Ancestors Awards
The Confluence Project is pleased to announce the 2012-2013 recipients of art education grants to support Gifts from Our Ancestors, the arts program led by Warm Springs artist Lillian Pitt... more >
August 28, 2012
"Weaving the (Digital) Stories of Celilo Falls: An Introduction to Confluence Project's Interactive Website"
The Oregon Encyclopedia continues its monthly series of History Nights at Mc Menamins pubs with programs at the Edgefiled Power Station Theater. Enjoy a preview of the new and upcoming Confluence... more >
June 28, 2012
Call for Proposals: "Gifts from Our Ancestors" 2012-2013
The Confluence Project and artist, Lillian Pitt, invite teachers from the North Wasco, Sherman, Dufur, Wishram, Hood River, White Salmon, and Corbett school districts to submit project proposals for the... more >
June 12, 2012
Celilo Memory Sharing
You are Invited to Share Your Celilo Memories Please join the Confluence Project, in partnership with the Museum at Warm Springs, to record your Celilo stories, an opportunity to create a cultural... more >
September 19, 2011
Civilian Conservation Corps
Confluence Project is researching the history of the Northwest's Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) program, which was headquartered at Vancouver Barracks (the present site of the Confluence Land Bridge). If you... more >
September 12, 2011
Site Updates: Chief Timothy and Celilo
What a busy summer! Many behind-the-scenes events have kept Confluence Project staff members on their toes this season. Primarily, we continue to raise funds to build the two remaining sites:... more >
May 4, 2011
Gorge Arts & Culture Discovery Month
The Sandy River Delta is the place to be on Saturday morning, May 21, 2011. The Confluence Project and Friends of the Sandy River Delta will participate in the... more >