The Right Brain Initiative

The vision of The Right Brain Initiative is to achieve a measurable impact on learning by integrating the community’s arts and cultural resources into the education of every K-8 student in the region’s school districts. The Initiative is a collaboration among educators, parents, artists, local governments, business leaders, and donors who are working to achieve this vision in an equitable, systemic, and sustainable way. RACC serves as managing partner of the program.

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10/15-16 Literary Arts Workshop: “The Stories We Carry”

Workshop begins by mapping the marks, scars and memories we carry on our bodies. Through writing prompts and collage, we will explore and rediscover the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves. We will read excerpts from stories and memoirs, and then share to the work we write together, either stories or essays. Students will leave with […]

Call to Artists – Clackamas County Employees Youth Art Show

CLACKAMAS COUNTY EMPLOYEES: Do you have children or grandchildren who are artists!! The Clackamas County Arts Alliance Artist Exhibit Program is looking for youth art to show in a group exhibit in our new Public Services Building- Plaza Gallery. Ages range from pre-school through high school. This exhibit period is November 1, 2016 to February 7, […]

Call to Artists: Charbonneau Arts Festival

The Charbonneau Arts’ Association seeks artists for our upcoming “Art & Music” festival, October 28th – 29th 2016. This call to artists is for local and regional artists working in ceramics, sculpture, photography, mixed media, and painting. Entry/Registration is $10 for the first piece. $7.00 for each additional art piece. Each artist may enter up […]

Art and History Museum of Maitland, FL Residency

The Art and History (A&H) Museum of Maitland in Maitland, FL is issuing a call for artists interested in participating in its Artists in Residence programs. The Artist in Residence program offers an unparalleled architectural environment with opportunities for seclusion, research, collaboration and contemplation. The residency will cover all room costs and a stipend will […]

Creative Economy innOVATION Grants Awards from Ovation Foundation

Powered by the expert work of thousands of artists, the U.S. creative economy generates $698 billion annually. Artists’ skills fuel this economic engine, shaping everything from the latest in fashion and interior design to the graphics developed in gaming and animation. The Ovation Foundation’s new Creative Economy innOVATION Grants Awards program recognizes the important work […]

Arts Letters & Numbers Residencies (NY)

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Artists. Thinkers. Makers. Scientists. Architects. Dreamers. A NY Residency made for individual and collaborative work. It’s all about the linkages. Arts Letters & Numbers is about new ideas, new ways of thinking, of making, doing, expressing, acting, contributing. This is what happens when you give people the freedom to create, to collaborate, to influence and make […]

AIR/HMC residency program (Budapest, Hungary)

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We are pleased to announce Open Call for our residency program at AIR/HMC, Budapest, Hungary in 2017 Subject: “My Life with a Dog” or “Environmental Project”. Deadline: November 15, 2016 ___Session 1: Tuesday, May 16 – Tuesday, June 6, 2017 ___Session 2: Tuesday, June 13 – Tuesday, July 4, 2017 ___Session 3: Tuesday, July 11 […]

Digital Marketing Coordinator sought by Scout Books

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Scout Books is searching for a multi-talented digital marketing ace with a penchant for print and an eye for design. This person will strategize and create beautiful content for our blog and social media channels, engage and grow our audience, as well as analyze and track results while working closely with our Marketing, Accounts and […]

10/24 Portland Community Media Workshop: “This Ain’t Your Mama’s Classified Ads: Marketing in the Digital Age”

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Are you an artist or small business owner struggling with self-promotion in the digital age? In this accessible three-hour workshop, Stephanie Dünx of Startup PDX will demystify the connections between social media, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter; talk about aspects of websites, including cookies and SEO (Search Engine Optimization); and discuss the value of having […]

2016 Juried Exhibition at Sitar Arts Center

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2016 PATRICIA SITAR JURIED EXHIBITION Sitar Arts Center celebrates arts in the community with our seventh annual juried exhibition. The exhibition will showcase work from local artists, including student and parent artists from the Sitar community in a variety of mediums. THEME – HEART OF THE CITY What is your perspective on city living? What […]

10/29 Sound Improv Sneak Peek Workshop

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Sound Improv teaches us to simplify the work we are doing, to get out of our heads and into our bodies. We learn to listen and observe with care, build our stories and realities based on those observations, discovering the scene as it emerges rather then struggling to invent quick witty jokes or plot points. […]

10/8 Wilson Area Arts Council presents “Creativity Speaks!”

Creativity Speaks! is an afternoon of impressive talks in Ted Talks style, with performances and breakout activities that will energize and inspire middle and high school students, with their families, to develop their personal creative talents. Speakers include 2016 Battlebots champion, Salt & Straw Ingredient maestro, critically acclaimed filmmaker, and more. October 8: @ Wilson […]

11/12-12/10 Literary Arts Workshop: Beginning the Novel

Beginning the Novel November 12 & 19th, December 3 & 10th (4 meetings) Saturdays, 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. $250.00 Taught by Gina Ochsner This class will put you on the path to writing a book-length work of fiction. Class time will be devoted to generative exercises focused on developing character, plot and setting. At the end […]

10/15 Write Around Portland Author Workshop: Building Worlds and People

Using Sci-Fi Techniques in any Genre with Wendy Wagner. Write with author and Hugo award-winning editor Wendy Wagner, Saturday, October 15th from 2-4pm! Science fiction is at its best when the ideas are fantastical—but the settings are gritty and the characters multi-dimensional. The same techniques science fiction writers use to make you believe in their wild […]

10/22-23 Writing Culture: Finding Our Life’s Work

In this Northwest Writing Institute (NWI) course, we will write about our work, and the routines and rituals that make up our days. We’ll read contemporary nonfiction to explore different cultural perspectives and we’ll examine issues of craft, including character development, voice, and literary form. Using our professions as raw material, we will clarify our […]

Events and Rentals Manager sought by Portland Center Stage

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Portland Center Stage seeks a vibrant and enthusiastic Events and Rentals Manager. This position is full-time, exempt and is part of our Operations Department. This position is responsible for all outside rentals and special events that happen here at the Gerding Theater at the Armory. Some responsibilities include meeting annual rental sales goals, marketing to […]

Volunteer video editor needed to work on artist videos

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The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation is looking for an experienced individual to edit video. As a small organization who supports a national pool of indigenous artists, we are lucky to have the frequent opportunity to film artists talking about their work in a powerful way – but we hope to find a knowledgeable person […]

Before and After School Arts Teachers Wanted!

Art4Life, a small nonprofit Arts organization, is now hiring creative, high energy and committed professionals to teach in our part time before and after school arts & culture program. Inspired teachers and teacher’s aides are needed to work with elementary school age children from 7am to 8am or 9am and from 1:30pm or 2:30pm until […]

11/16 HACC Workshop: Social Media 201 – Tool, Tips & Resources

Getting a solid multi-channel strategy in place is the first step in connecting effectively with your communities in the digital space. However, being able to effectively implement, manage and sustain those efforts over time is another critical part of success. In this session we’ll dig deep into tools, templates, and workflow hacks that make managing […]

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