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This page includes a listing of local (and some national) professional development workshops open to artists, educators, and organizations. Most of these notices are listed according to start date, although some workshops are spread over a period of time so it’s best to peruse the entire list. To submit a listing for RACC’s consideration, please email a short description of your workshop including dates, contact information and links, to email@example.com. We do not upload PDFs or other files with these notices, rather we post abbreviated listings with links to your site.
In addition, RACC offers its own workshops from time to time, including a workshop series for individual artists from January-June of each year. For a complete list of current RACC workshops, click here.
A trip to Broadway is a must for any theater-goer. Now is your chance to join your fellow PCS patrons this spring on a one-week trip to New York City, April 22-28. With...
Tour starts: 4/22/14
The Oregon Heritage Conference will take place April 23-25 in historic downtown Albany with the theme of "Celebrate, Recreate, Invigorate." Registration is now open.
Conference Starts: 4/23/14
Artists are often asked to write something about their work, whether writing is part of their overall practice or not. The most common form this writing takes is the artist’s statement, a...
4/28 Creative Capital webinar: Conversations Inside - An Interview With Hrag Vartanian & Matthew Deleget
Conversations Inside will consist of a live 90-minute conversation between Hrag Vartanian, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Hyperallergic, and visual artist/gallerist Matthew...
For over 15 years, the Mark O. Hatfield Distinguished Historians Forum has provided broad insights and perspectives on United States history. Each series brings together the nation’s top...
Philip Yenawine, former education director at the Museum of Modern Art and co-creator of the Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) curriculum, presents a...
Tour the London theatre world with Lakewood Theatre Company from May 3-10, 2014 for $3,495
Round-trip air fare from Portland
- 7 days/6 nights at...
Tour starts: 5/3/14
Launching a creative career has its unique challenges, even in an arts-positive community like Portland, OR. Join five local artists as they discuss their unique paths that span a range of...
This workshop surveys the work of William Stafford and begins an inquiry into Stafford’s remarkable creative practices, and the power of words to witness for peace and social justice....
Ever been curious about becoming a 501(c)3 or are on the verge of taking that leap? This panel discussion will give you a little more information on the pros and cons, things to contemplate and...
Online Fundraising is no longer about just being able to accept credit cards online. It is about crafting donor experiences on your website, letting your community champion your efforts...
Join EGG, Isinglass’s 6 week summer program for young adults who have the capability to become leaders. Egg transforms young adults who love theater into the artists who create it. A...
EXTENDED Application Deadline: 5/15/14
The Native American Business Network presents their 12th annual Trading at the River Conference. This year's event will be held at Lewis & Clark College in Portland,...
Conference Starts: 5/27/14
For those who want to keep submitting quality proposals, or haven’t submitted something in a while or ever! This workshop will be a place to survey the grants process and polish an existing...
Ignite is a two-day, multidisciplinary conference that gives visual artists, crafts people, musicians, and filmmakers professional education & networking opportunities in a fun...
Conference Starts: 6/6/14
By now, social media is largely accepted as a necessary tool in your marketing toolbox. Many individual artists and organizations have learned to harness these tools to promote their art, but know...
The 2014 Americans for the Arts Annual Convention will bring together more than 1,000 arts and community leaders from across the country to discuss the transformative power of the arts....
Conference Starts: 6/13/14
In a weekend non-residential retreat with Sandy Boucher, 2006 United Nations Outstanding Woman in Buddhism award-winning author of 8 books and NEA fellow more than 30 years...
Workshop Starts: 6/28/14
The Northwest Film Center School of Film is now accepting applications for its Certificate Program in Film, a non-degree track for individuals aspiring to make films. Applications for the Program...