The RACC Announcement page consists of all entries which RACC posts on its website on a daily basis – including all artist opportunities like grants, jobs, calls to artists, etc. Other entries might include important media stories on the arts, advocacy alerts, or general news from the art community.

To submit an opportunity or other notice, use our submission form.

Entries below are listed in date posted order, starting with the most recent.

The 2nd Half – Artists 50 or Older

The 2nd Half – Artists 50 or Older DEADLINE: May 7th, 2019 ARTIST NOTIFICATION: May 11 th, 2019 SHOW DATE: Thursday June 6th, 2019 EXHIBITION RUNS: June 6 to June 28, 2019 Entry Fee: $35 (up to 3 images) Artist Gallery Split – 65% Artist / 35% Gallery “With age, art and life become one.” […]

Director of Patron and Donor Relations – Profile Theatre

Director of Patron and Donor Relations Profile Theatre Project, an Oregon not-for-profit corporation, doing business as Profile Theatre, invites applications for the position of Director of Patron and Donor Relations. ORGANIZATION Founded in 1997, Profile Theatre is one of the oldest continuously operating theaters in the state.. Profile Theatre centers the entire season of first […]

Open Call for Wildlife Photography Exhibit Submissions

We are looking for photographers to donate art to our Pacific Northwest Wildlife Photography exhibition at High Low Gallery in Portland in June-July 2019. Wildlands Network and Endangered Species Coalition are co-organizing the art show to raise awareness about wildlife as an indelible part of the spirit and natural heritage of our region, and the […]

2019 Creative Climate Awards Call for Artists

The Human Impacts Institute’s Creative Climate Awards are an annual series of events that showcase artists creating climate-inspired, public works. In an effort to inspire us to think more critically about our actions and their impacts, the Creative Climate Awards program uses the arts and creativity to share knowledge, broaden the climate conversation, educate, and […]

Assistant Curators for the Open Show of the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts

Open positions: Assistant Curators for the Open Show of the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts Position dates: June 16th-24th of 2019 Compensation: $13-$15 DOE About this event: The Festival of the Arts, an event created by Lakewood Center for the Arts, is a major regional arts event located in Lake Oswego, Oregon. It presents […]

The Suttle Lodge- Cabin 8 Residency


Mural for Boise River Greenbelt

Artist Budget: $15,000 Boise City invites artists to apply for an opportunity to design a mural in celebration of the Boise River Greenbelt’s 50th Anniversary. The mural will be located on the Fairview Bridge underpass retaining walls. The four retaining walls may be addressed in the final design, but the underpass will remain as-is. The […]

Garden+ Lecture Series: Balazs and Botond Bognar

Balazs and Botond Bognar present a public lecture at the Garden to mark the launch of their new book, Kengo Kuma: Portland Japanese Garden (Rizzoli, 2019). Come join us on the Garden’s beautiful Overlook to hear the story of the creation of the Garden’s Cultural Village and the inspiration it took from Japan’s monzen-machi, the […]

Volunteer with The Aspire Project

The Aspire Project is hosting our year-end dance recital on June 8 at Roosevelt High School. We are looking for volunteers to be chaperones backstage for our youth dance classes before and after our students perform. We also need greeters to support front of house. Performances are at 11:00AM and 3:00PM. Shift 1: 8:30-12:30PM and/or […]

Garden+ Lecture Series: Christian Tagsold

SPACES IN TRANSLATION: JAPANESE GARDENS AND THE WEST The German author of Spaces in Translation: Japanese Gardens and the West discusses his provocative and groundbreaking theories that the idea of the Japanese garden has less to do with Japan’s history and traditions than with the country’s interactions with the West. Tagsold, who has researched over […]

Summer Art Slam

Here’s some details on our upcoming fairs and what we are looking for. Seeking Visual Artists and Crafters to display work for sale for the following in SE Portland, Oregon: These events take place on First Friday’s at East Creative which is in the SE Industrial Arts District near OMSI from 6-9pm. Get ready for […]

Rebirth, Rejuvenation and Revolution

Here is the call for art for May: CALL FOR ART Rebirth, Rejuvenation, and Revolution | East Creative Collective “Ranging from an ancient rite of spring, to a commemoration of religious transformation, to a call for workers rights and immigration reform, the beginning of May has a persistent association with change. While the context and […]

Seoul Street Arts Festival 2019 Open Call for International Program

Seoul Street Arts Festival 2019 Open Call for International Program Seoul Street Arts Festival is seeking international programs to enrich the festival in 2019 ‘Seoul Street Arts Festival’ was formerly ‘Hi Seoul Festival’. Since 2003, the Festival, a representative street arts festival in Seoul, Korea, has implied the characters of the history, spaces and diversity […]

Creative Office Space in NW Portland

Located in NW Portland, just behind Montgomery Park, the 2330 Building is home to Portland’s premiere sound stage production facility: Cine Rent West. We currently have office space ranging from 190-525 sf all on the 2nd floor. Existing tenants are a mix of creative and business professionals. Highlights of the building are: 24/7 access Off […]

Scout Books Production Operator

Do you enjoy producing high quality printed paper products while tracking your progress and working closely with a team? Do you have experience with mechanical troubleshooting, working around machines, and in a fast-paced production environment? This may be the position for you! In this part-time position, you’ll be working closely with other production operators each […]

Public Sculpture Exhibition Seeks Submissions

Innovative Public Art Exhibition Seeking Submissions BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, WA – The Public Art Committee (PAC) is accepting submissions for its outdoor sculpture exhibition, Something New. The project brought three bold pieces to Bainbridge Island’s downtown corridor in 2018. PAC is seeking new sculpture art to refresh the collection this year. Something New, now in its […]

Call for Exhibition Proposals: 2019-20, MHCC Visual Arts Gallery (edited)

The MHCC Visual Arts Gallery offers people a transformative opportunity to experience art works made by regional, national, and international artists. It is our goal to provide exhibitions, which are inclusive of a variety of media and concepts. The gallery space provides is large and provides a great venue for artists both traditional and contemporary. […]

PNCA Community Education Youth Lead Program Assistant

The Lead Program Assistant is the primary organizer and liaison of the PNCA Community Education Youth Staff, program participants, and instructors. The Lead PA maintains the schedule, communication, and operations of daily activities of the smArtworks and designLabs. This is a temporary position. PAY RATE: $16.00 per hour JOB STARTS/ENDS: May 27, 2019 – August […]

PNCA Community Education Pre-College Resident Advisor

The Resident Advisor leads and facilitates the residency experience for high school students in PNCA’s Pre-College Summer Studios. The RA is expected to understand, anticipate and respond to the needs of a teenage student population and serve effectively as a counselor and role model in the residency program. The RA helps, plans for, and cultivates […]

Development Paid Internship

THE ORGANIZATION Now in its 49th season, Chamber Music Northwest is the West Coast’s leading producer of chamber music, producing more than 100 concerts and events annually. Chamber Music Northwest’s flagship Summer Festival presents programs of top international caliber that include mainstage concerts and numerous free education and engagement events in Portland. The artists invited […]