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.


Poster Contest: 49th Annual Summer Arts Festival (Roseburg)


Share your creativity and passion for the 49th Annual Summer Arts Festival by creating an original artwork you think best exemplifies the Summer Arts Festival theme: The He{art} of Umpqua. Entries will be judged by UVAA’s Gallery Committee and Summer Arts Festival Committee. The winning poster will be used to promote the festival through marketing […]

Artists Workspace Available in NE Portland


Studio space available in NE portland… 57th and Fremont! Available Dec 15th! 24 hour access! 1 space available… $150 p/month. possible additional space could be included for an additional cost of $100p/mo. $250 for both spaces together. No welders or big machine woodworkers please… limited on 220 power. Not a live/work space. Please call micki […]

Website Redesign RFP – Print Arts Northwest


Print Arts Northwest (PAN) was formed in 1981 by a group of about 20 printmakers and educators in the Pacific Northwest who wanted some type of professional organization where they could meet and encourage each other and possibly find venues to show their work. The current PAN website is a barebones site developed to satisfy […]

$1000 Working Artist Purchase Award | Call for Submissions Deadline – January 31, 2017

Polypodium Aureum (Jamaica)

We offer a small art purchase award to help serious artists keep working. Our award is open worldwide to all visual artists, including but not limited to those working in traditional styles, ie., painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, glass, or with digital/new media, installation, photography and film/video. Complete submission guidelines at: . […]

Managing Director sought by Profile Theatre

The Managing Director will work alongside Profile’s Artistic Director Josh Hecht, who joined the organization this year, and begins full time employment in February, 2017. Together, the Managing Director and Artistic Director will collaborate as partners to lead artists, staff, board and the community in realizing the Theatre’s mission. Each position reports to the Board […]

1/18 HACC Workshop: Washington County Arts & Culture Grants Panel

Join representatives from the Cultural Coalition of Washington County, Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council, Spirit Mountain Community Fund, and Regional Arts & Culture Council for a free panel discussion to learn about local grant opportunities. This popular session highlights funding options specifically for arts & culture groups, and addresses individual guidelines and restrictions for many […]

1/10-2/14 Finding Form: Shaping Your Fiction or Memoir

A compelling narrative involves so much more than a beginning, middle, and end, and the imaginative forms available to writers of fiction or memoir are myriad. In this workshop-based class, we’ll look at a variety of uniquely structured literary works for inspiration and instruction. Through reading, conversation, and writing exercises, we’ll explore the flexibility of […]

Program Assistant sought by Ethos Music Center

Ethos, Inc. is a vibrant nonprofit dedicated to making music accessible for kids, regardless of their socioeconomic status or geographic location. Founded in 1998, Ethos’ offerings reach both inner city and rural youth, empowering communities with high quality music education. Ethos has been named one of the top 50 after school arts programs by the […]

Curator in Training for the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts


The Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts is scouting for a Curator in Training for a large, outdoor art exhibit within our Festival for the 2017 year: Craft in the Park: Fine Art and Craft. This trainee will be groomed to take on the full Craft in the Park Curator position the following year of […]

Public Art and Program Manager sought by Arts Council of Lake Oswego


The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is seeking a Public Art and Program Manager to join their small team of passionate professionals. The Arts Council of Lake Oswego works to ensure the arts are an integral part of life in our community. ACLO commits to: facilitate the placement and preservation of the public art in […]

1/9-2/13 Sound Improv Class on Improvisational Theater


Sound Improv is a unique approach to improvisational theater that emphasizes ACTING, theatricality, performance savvy and works on the philosophy that there are infinite possibilities in improvisational theater from the most poignantly dramatic to the most absurdly comedic. These classes are fun and a terrific way to meet people, explore your creativity and decompress through […]

Call for “Play” by Linus Gallery (CA)

Art Gallery Call for Entries Artists

Nobody knows play better than an artist. Art is our form of play, of exploration and a means to creativity. In this open art call we want to see play, or your interpretation of play. Is it intense? Is it light? Is it happy? Or is it torture? Please share your playfulness.

John Michael Kohler Arts Center Arts/Industry Residency


Artists working in any discipline may apply for the Arts Center’s Arts/Industry 2018 program, which takes place at and is funded by Kohler Co. in Kohler, Wis. Each year, 16–22 artists are accepted for 2- to 6-month residencies in the Pottery or Foundry/Enamel areas of the factory. Artists-in-residence receive 24-hour access to studio space, materials, […]

12/8 Portland Art Museum Artist Talk: Dao Strom

Dao Strom is a writer and musician whose work explores hybridity through melding disparate “voices”—written, sung, visual—to contemplate the intersection of personal and collective histories. She is the author of two fiction books, Grass Roof, Tin Roof and The Gentle Order of Girls and Boys. Her latest project is an experimental memoir, We Were Meant […]

Public Art Opportunity: Salmon Bay Pump Station (Seattle, WA)

The Office of Arts & Culture, in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities, seeks to commission an artist or artist team to create a site integrated or site specific artwork that is reflective of Coast Salish historic and cultural connections to the Salmon Bay and Shilshole areas for SPU’s Ship Canal Water Quality Project Pump Station. […]

Seattle Children’s Museum: Executive Director

Provide leadership, vision and direction to Seattle Children’s Museum by: setting the operational and cultural tone, coordinating with the Board of Directors on long term planning and direction, operating as the Museum representative in media, fundraising and community settings, and overseeing the management of all museum departments. Deadline: December 31, 2016 Eligibility: Open to qualified […]

On the Boards: Communications Director (Seattle, WA)

On the Boards, Seattle’s home for contemporary dance, theater and performance, is looking for a Communications Director. This is a newly revised position responsible for working with the Director of External Affairs, Board of Directors, and other staff to create and implement communications strategies about On the Boards and its programs. The majority of work […]

Public Art Boot Camp 2017 (Seattle, WA)

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture is offering a FREE two-day intensive training to artists who are ready to translate their exhibition experience to the public realm. Artists chosen for Public Art Boot Camp will receive a basic training in public art practice and will be eligible to receive a commission for one of […]

Call for prints: “Hear for All: Activism through Prints” (Roseburg, OR)

The Art Gallery at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon is thrilled to showcase activism through prints in the forthcoming exhibit “Hear for All.” Not only traditional printmaking, but also digital prints, photography, mixed media and/or installation involving printed media will be accepted. We envision this exhibition to be a participatory, inclusive one taking a […]

RACC Opportunity: Public Art Mural funding

The Regional Arts & Culture Council is now accepting applications for mural funding through its Public Art Murals Program. Applications are due the first Wednesday of every month. There are two routes to creating a community mural in Portland: The Public Art Murals Program is funded by the City of Portland and administered by the Regional Arts […]

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