Group portrait Alumni Holiday Party 2018

December 19, 2019

Alumni & Friends Holiday Party

Alumni and Friends of Catlin Gabel School, please join us for an evening of Holiday Cheer! All ages welcome until 10p.m.

December 19, 7p.m.-10p.m.
Punch Bowl Social
340 SW Morrison, 3rd Floor
Portland, OR 97204

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Please RSVP before December 10.

Alumni Holiday Party 2018 Highlights

Alumni Weekend 2019 Group Portrait outside of Creative Arts Center Catlin Gabel School

Alumni play an ongoing role in the life of the school by contributing their experience and understanding of school values to sustain our excellence for current students and future generations.

They provide mentorship to students, offer their expertise to guide student activities and projects, and share their knowledge in forums, surveys, and discussions. Their contributions to the world beyond Catlin Gabel are an ongoing source of pride for our community, and we celebrate their accomplishments in many ways including the annual presentation of our Distinguished Alumni Awards during Alumni Weekend.

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Alumni Weekend & Homecoming 2019 Highlights

Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients with Head of School Tim Bazemore Alumni Weekend 2019

Alumni Stories

Nkenge Harmon-Johnson commencement speaker 2019

The head of the Urban League of Portland talks about keeping her perspective in Washington, D.C., returning to Catlin Gabel as a Trustee, and why it’s best to stop when the President is walking by

gus van sant portrait black and white

The Oscar-nominated filmmaker reminisces about art under the tennis court, and the making of his very first film—on the Catlin Gabel campus

Chris Keyes portrait

The Outside editor on Type Two Fun at Catlin Gabel, and why he still wants to name every plant he sees

Kevin Esvelt portrait in lab

The pioneering evolutionary engineer reflects on Pongi’s sludge experiment, Corkran’s “Relevant” stamp, the importance of confessing your ignorance