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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Call for “The Condor and the Eagle: Moving Forward after Standing Rock”

Chosen artists will receive jury awarded $500 to $1500 to participate. Applications will also be accepted for a visiting artist award of $1,500, from June 1 to June 6, 2018. For the visiting artist we are interested in an installation or performance piece that is community involved and developed through that five-day period, to be […]

Call for Entries: The World of Frida

The World of Frida, on view July 8 – September 9, celebrates the culture, style, and persona of visionary painter Frida Kahlo—an artist who continues to inspire with her story of love, adventure, pain, and courage. The exhibition will include art with Frida Kahlo as the subject as well as artworks inspired by her life […]

“The Problem Play Project”- Bag&Baggage Original Play Commission

Bag&Baggage Productions, a professional theatre based in Hillsboro, Oregon, is pleased to announce an innovative new play commissioning and producing program: The Problem Play Project. Fully funded by a generous grant from the Meyer Memorial Trust, The Problem Play Project provides a $10,000 commission to an Oregon-based playwright of color to adapt one of William […]

General Operating Support Grant survey

The General Operating Support (GOS) Grant Program – the single largest funding program at RACC – seeks to fund arts organizations across the community spectrum and help support a wide range of quality arts programming made available to the Portland tri-county public. Last year the GOS program funded 54 arts organizations and distributed over $2.4 […]

2/4 Young Audience Workshop: Interrupting Oppressions in the Arts Classroom

This is workshop is a part of the Teaching Artist Studio series at Young Audiences. It is open to teaching artists outside of this professional development program as well. Interrupting Oppressions in the Arts Classroom 9am-4pm Sunday, February 4 Led by Gabi Ross of Resolutions NW https://resolutionsnorthwest.org/team/ How can we address the various opressions at […]

Public Art Project at Eastside Community Center: Billy Ray Memorial (Tacoma)

Metro Parks Tacoma is seeking an artist or artist team to design, fabricate, and install a memorial artwork honoring Billy Ray, his legacy, and the work of Team Billy Ray. Once selected, the artist will work with the design team to identify an appropriate, prominent location at the site. The resulting artwork should incorporate Billy […]

Travel Portland Community Art Wall Exhibit

We are holding our first annual call for art for 2-month rotating exhibits on our “Community Art Wall” We recently moved our main office to the First & Main building in downtown Portland and we have a large, modern space which we share with staff members, community partners, the hospitality industry, international tourist partners and […]

Artists in Residence Cycle 10: Open Call for Applications (NY)

The Textile Arts Center’s Artist in Residence (TAC AIR) program equips emerging artists and designers with resources and skills to better articulate their practices and contribute to their communities. Situated at the intersection of a studio residency and an academic program, TAC AIR combines studio access with a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum, regular critical dialogue and […]

Donor Relations Officer sought by Portland Japanese Garden

The Donor Relations Officer is a recently created fundraising position at the Portland Japanese Garden that reports to the Chief Development Officer. The Donor Relations Officer will manage a portfolio of donors in the $500 to $2,500 range, with the expectation of continually adding new donors to that group, and growing the Garden’s Golden Crane […]

2/1 NAO Webinar: “The Biggest Myths about Grantseeking… And How to Keep them from Sabotaging Your Grant Success”

The NonProfit Association of Oregon (NAO) presents The Biggest Myths about Grantseeking… And How to Keep them from Sabotaging Your Grant Success Thursday, February 1, 2018 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (Pacific) Ready to shed some outworn, out-of-date, but still shockingly common beliefs and misunderstandings about what it takes to be successful in the grants […]

Program Coordinator sought by Sitka Center for Art and Ecology

Located on the central Oregon coast at Cascade Head Ranch near the Salmon River estuary, the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology fosters creativity, intellectual inquiry and education. By helping others discover more about their core creative selves and their connections to nature, the Sitka Center works to fulfill its mission of expanding the relationships […]

SCOPE Basel 2018

SCOPE BASEL 2018 APPLICATIONS OPEN! THE EXHIBITION WILL TAKE PLACE FROM THE 13-17 JUNE 2018. SCOPE Basel will welcome 70 International Exhibitors from 52 cities and 27 countries. IMPORTANT DATES Application deadline March 10th 2018. If you are interested, please visit www.arteponte.com

Call for “Anthropocene-Climate Change” (NY)

Title of Show: Anthropocene Description: Climate change and its effect on the world’s ecosystems is one of today’s greatest collective challenges. This exhibition will explore the impact of a changing climate and the acknowledgement that humans are the major cause of the earth’s current transformations. We are seeking artists’ creative responses to climate change and […]

Call for “Summer Reads” (Utah)

Seeking travel themed artists’ books for fine art for July featured exhibit. Submissions may be purely recreational or political in subject. Work will be exhibited during the month of July 2018. Please submit up to 3 pieces for consideration with images, descriptions, retail prices, and artist statement. Deadline for submissions is April 7, 2018. Artist […]

Call for “Let’s Get Real” (Utah)

Seeking cell phone photos in any subject for September featured exhibit. Only images with very minimal photo editing will be considered. Cropped images will be accepted, but must be in 4:3 ratio (generally the cell phone standard). Submit up to 6 images. Gallery will suggest specific frames which will be inexpensive, simple and easily acquired. […]

Call for “Counter Culture”(Utah)

Seeking whimsical (or not) functional and recreational ceramics for August featured exhibit. Unique and production pieces will be considered. Work will be exhibited during the month of August 2018. Please submit images, descriptions, retail prices, and artist statement. Deadline for submissions is May 5, 2018. Artist will be notified of acceptance by May 19, 2018. […]

Studio Space at StuStuStudio

StuStuStudio is a small artist studio and we occupy a workspace and store-front retail space in the heart of the Alberta Arts District. We are looking for a devoted artist to join our crew February 1st! The ideal candidate would be an emerging or active artist pursuing a career with their art. Studio space ideal […]

2/5, 12, 19 Portland Fine Arts Guild Presents Acrylic Workshop with Annette Jackson

Portland Fine Arts Guild Presents Acrylic Workshop with Annette Jackson February 5, 12, 19, 2018 10:00am-2:00pm Rivercrest Community Church 3201 NE 148th Avenue Portland 97230 In a class for beginning to advanced students, Annette Jackson will teach acrylic painting. Students will learn how to mix colors, perspective painting and creating realistic and abstract paintings. Acrylic […]

Poster Submissions: Human rights, fracking and climate change

We are inviting submissions of art posters on the subject HUMAN RIGHTS as they relate to fracking and climate change. The Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative and Spring Creek Project are co-organizing the international Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Human Rights, Fracking and Climate Change. This will take place in May 2018 online and at Oregon […]

Call for “The Art of Labor”

SDA is now accepting submissions for the 2018 members-only international exhibition, The Art of Labor. Using the word “Labor” as a point of departure, jurors Carole Frances Lung (Frau Fiber) (https://carolefranceslung.wordpress.com) and Amy DiPlacido (https://www.sjquiltmuseum.org/sjmqt-board-committees-internship-volunteer/) will seek fiber, fiber-based, or textile-inspired work by artists exploring the many possible definitions of the term and its relationship […]

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