BCCTV in Community Showcase
Through January 12, 2013, learn more about the work of BCCTV (or Bud Clark Commons TV) via the archival exhibition in our Community Showcase.
BCCTV offers classes on how to make, edit and share videos that are free and open to anyone who has, or is currently experiencing homelessness. Based in the Bud Clark Commons, an innovative new center in NW Portland that serves persons who are homeless, BCCTV also hosts regular public screenings of videos made here and elsewhere. BCCTV is organized by artists-in-residence Carl Diehl, Ariana Jacob, Joan Lundell, Mack McFarland, and Jeffrey Richardson, as the “intersections: public art residencies,” A City of Portland Percent for Art program administered by Regional Arts & Culture Council and developed in collaboration with Home Forward and Transition Projects, Inc.