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, click here.

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

10/17-18 Portland Community Media Workshop: October Activist Filmmaking “What Will The Neighbors Say?”

Documenting important community events can be an invaluable tool for creating social change. Portland is full of interesting and unique perspectives waiting to be explored and shared through the community lens. This project-based class is designed to get you certified to check out PCM’s portable activist filmmaking kits for free, so you can easily document […]

Development Manager (part-time) sought by Sitka Center for Art and Ecology

The Sitka Center for Art and Ecology fosters creativity, intellectual inquiry, and education for thousands of individuals annually through its artist-in-residence, workshop, and art exhibition programming. Founded in 1970 at Cascade Head on the Oregon coast, the Sitka Center operates a 0.66-acre facility that includes a library, residences, and studio space. From June to September […]

Artist Call: Public Workspaces

Beam Development is currently seeking submissions from local and regional artists working in painting, printmaking, mixed media, textile and photography for its 2017 calendar. The curator is seeking proposals for 2-3 month long exhibitions in the business’s public art spaces located at the Eastbank Commerce Center (1001 SE Water Avenue), Water Avenue Commerce Center (1028 […]

10/27 Access to Capital For your Growing Business Workshop


Do you need to buy new equipment? Or hire new employees? Or rent or buy a larger space? There are a number of ways to access the capital you need to grow your business and we will explore these together. From MercyCorps NW to Craft 3 and Albina Opportunity Corps, there are plenty of resources […]

Delve Program Specialist

Literary Arts is excited to announce a new position for our Delve program. This role will report to the Executive Director and is responsible for all aspects of the Delve Readers Seminars program, including contractor and volunteer management, participant registration and coordination, program budgeting, seminar development and promotion, and scheduling logistics. This is part-time, non-exempt […]

Volunteer Gallery Director at Milepost 5

Duties include: – Organize and lead a team to curate regular gallery shows – Work with the Arts Director to put together publicity in a timely manner – Network with the community and the art world to develop our reputation – Organize First Friday events with your gallery committee team – Submit budgets and progress […]

Event Marketing and Production Internship (Volunteer)


Seeking students interested in event planning, promotion, and production. Luciana Proano is a dancer and choreographer (website: and and will be debuting a performance called All The Marys in early November. All The Marys is a dance/music performance that is based on Ana de Orbegoso’s photographic interpretations of Peruvian colonial paintings depicting Mary. (see […]

Education & Community Engagement Director sought by Eugene Symphony


The Education & Community Engagement Director is responsible for the creation, implementation and management of a broad array of educational and community engagement programs designed to engage patrons of all ages and experience levels with the Eugene Symphony. The Education & Community Engagement Director will plan and manage all education activities, including the supervision of […]

Creative Services Manager (Art Program) sought by Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is seeking an experienced arts manager to join Metro’s vibrant Art and Design program. Metro Art enhances the customer experience with innovative visual and performing arts programming that encourages ridership and connects people, sites and neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles County. A diverse range of site-specific artworks are […]

N.E.W. Winter 2016/17 Residency in PDX


We are very excited to announce that application forms are now available for our 8th N.E.W. (New Expressive Works) Artist in Residence Program. 4 choreographers will be selected for this 6 month program where they receive up to 6 hours of rehearsal space per week. The work they create will be showcased in a weekend […]

Welcome new staff

Eloise Blog: After losing three staff members recently we are pleased to welcome their successors. Sarah Deal, The Right Brain Initiative Administrative Assistant, 503.825.5136,  Sarah is The Right Brain Initiative Administrative Assistant. She provides general daily administrative support; in addition to working closely with Right Brain committees, professional development workshops, and volunteers to optimize logistics and communication. […]

The MAP Fund

Open call for applicants to submit online proposals for original, live performance-based projects that strongly align with MAP’s program goals. The online portal will accept Round One applications through 11:59 p.m. Eastern on October 28, 2016. Late proposals will not be accepted for any reason. Eligibility Review MAP staff screen all proposals for eligibility. Ineligible […]

PSU Pop-up Porch Project: Call for Black and African American Artists

A Conversation Experiment to discuss creating a permanent space in Portland where Black Art and Culture is created, taught, discussed, celebrated & witnessed. The Pop-up Porch: A Place to Be is a temporary installation in Portland that aims to call attention to the need for a permanent, public center to celebrate African American and Black […]

Festival Chair & Director, Wilsonville Festival of Arts


Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council seeks a director for its annual Wilsonville Festival of Arts.  This is a part-time position which runs from December 1st through June 15th each year. POSITION DESCRIPTION This position requires self-motivation, initiative, problem-solving, and creativity.  The ideal candidate must have strong communication and organizational skills, attention to detail, computer fluency, […]

Call for “Vibrance”


Color gives us depth in our life. In this call for artist submissions we are looking for vibrant, colorful artwork with hues that are mesmerizing. Art calls are open to all local, domestic, national and international professional and amateur artists. All art mediums will be considered in this call for submissions, from photography, wall sculpture, […]

Call for “Urban”


The urban landscape is rich with every possible visceral objective…from the depth of the skyline, to the trash in the alleys to the graffiti on the walls to the countless windows and endless cement. Some artists say that they cannot live without the metropolis, without the community. They breathe it. They smell it. They eat […]

Call for “Plant Life”

Art Gallery Call for Entries Artists

Plant Life is a nature or botanicals call for artists. Nature is art in it’s own way. It’s a powerful theme that surrounds us all, inspires us all, and sustains us all. We admire the beauty of plants and need them to sustain us. In this call for artists we want to see your interpretation […]

10/15-16 Literary Arts Workshop: “The Stories We Carry”

Workshop begins by mapping the marks, scars and memories we carry on our bodies. Through writing prompts and collage, we will explore and rediscover the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves. We will read excerpts from stories and memoirs, and then share to the work we write together, either stories or essays. Students will leave with […]

Call to Artists – Clackamas County Employees Youth Art Show

CLACKAMAS COUNTY EMPLOYEES: Do you have children or grandchildren who are artists!! The Clackamas County Arts Alliance Artist Exhibit Program is looking for youth art to show in a group exhibit in our new Public Services Building- Plaza Gallery. Ages range from pre-school through high school. This exhibit period is November 1, 2016 to February 7, […]

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