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RACC shares update on the Thompson Elk restoration plan from the Portland Parks Foundation

Released to media on 10/3/22 from the Portland Parks Foundation CONTACT: Randy Gragg, 503-799-2655; rgragg@portlandpf.org Thompson Elk Fountain Restoration Feasibility Study Update Portland Parks Foundation’s team completes study and preliminary cost estimate The Portland Parks Foundation has completed its feasibility study and preliminary cost estimates for the restoration and reinstallation of the Thompson Elk Fountain. […]

Regional Arts & Culture Council receives bequest from the estate of Harriet Beal Cormack

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RACC is honored by the support of the long-time arts philanthropist and social justice pioneer to further its mission to enrich our communities through arts and culture. Portland, OR — The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is extremely grateful for the philanthropic support of the late Harriet Beal Cormack. Shortly after […]

Holiday Cheer at RACC, an evening with ARTist coleREED, Dec 1st from 6-8pm

“unCoveR(ed)” an ARTist Showing at Regional Arts & Culture Council Please join us on December 1st from 6-8pm to spend an evening with coleREED We will have for light appetizers and wine. Masks are optional. Please register, since space is limited. coleREED is a recent recipient of a Make|Learn|Build grant in 21-22 for a multi-disciplinary […]

Call for Artists: Public Art Purchase Opportunity | Behavioral Health Resource Center

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is seeking artists living in Oregon and Southwest Washington to submit portable scale original two-dimensional artworks for direct purchase into the Public Art Collection at Multnomah County’s newly constructed Behavioral Health Resource Center. Our preference is to spend a maximum of $2000 per artwork. The budget available for […]

Request for Qualifications | Suspended Artworks at PDX Terminal

Portland International Airport (PDX) PDX Terminal Redevelopment Public Art RFQ Suspended Artworks The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) and the Port of Portland (Port) in Portland, Oregon, are inviting artists to submit their qualifications for the design and installation of a permanent public art display that will be a part of the Portland International […]

RACC unveils Going Public! A Mural Skill Building Intensive

  We are pleased to announce in partnership with the City of Hillsboro, Miller Paint, and TriMet a collaborative opportunity supporting public art in our community. Envisioned over the last two years, this program has come to fruition with guidance by administrators Salvador Mayoral IV, the Public Art Manager at the Regional Arts & Culture […]

RACC launches new Fresh Paint Mural in partnership with Open Signal

Artist Jerome Sloan Comes Full Circle with New Mural, Growth Now on view at Open Signal on NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd as part of Fresh Paint, a partnership with the Regional Arts & Culture Council Jerome Sloan spent his youth in Portland’s Irvington neighborhood, starting his creative journey as a spray painter in […]