We are the Land, artist Josué Rivas- on the RACC Building at NW Park, Portland, OR- Nov. 2022
Beginning in 2020, RACC embarked on a transformative journey of community engagement and connection. Two years into this journey, organizational development continues to focus on transforming our culture, making solid internal infrastructure investments, and creating meaningful opportunity for professional development.
As we expand community advocacy by increasing capacity, policy advocacy, and uplifting voices of those with marginalized identities, RACC has been able to devote more organizational resources to framing and championing issues. Growing community support for the organization due to increased access and engagement has resulted in greater volumes of available resources, expanded access to arts and culture programming, and deeper connections.
The strengthening of RACC’s own foundation has been successful at identifying and securing new funding, expanding overall investment in regional creative sector, and practicing innovative and novel resource development.
Your steadfast support helps us keep artists and creatives thriving all around our community today, and dreaming big for a resplendent tomorrow.