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.

Call for nominations: 2017 Oregon Arts Awards

Reinstated by Governor Brown following a 10-year hiatus, the Governor’s Arts Awards are a partnership between the Office of the Governor and the Arts Commission to recognize and honor individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the arts in Oregon. The Governor’s Arts Awards are open to any individual, organization or community that […]

2017 Eclipse Epicdenter Exhibit (Madras, OR)

All artists creating fine arts and crafts are invited to participate in this art exhibit in celebration of the total Solar Eclipse of August 2017. The town of Madras, OR has a population of approximately 6,200 which is expected to swell to about 70,000 over the weekend preceding the Solar Eclipse. Thousands will visit the […]

Call for Big Picture art project

You can read more about the project here: There is a short video at the top of the home page that explain it in a few minutes. Basically, participants from all over the world are uploading their drawings and sketches and we are making a large mosaic-panoramic picture from all the drawings. This picture […]

Emerging Craft Artist Opportunity

Early career craft artist opportunity. Call for artist begins July 1- September 30, winner will be a featured artist in a retail gallery, national promotion and $1,000 prize. In addition to the winner, six finalists will be chosen with their work featured on a rotating basis. Contemporary Craft 2100 Smallman Street Pittsburgh PA 15222. For […]

T.I.N.A. 6th edition – 10 opportunities for artists in Amsterdam, Beijing and Torino

T.I.N.A. is an international platform and an open call that allows artists to get in touch with a network of galleries and curators interested in evaluating new projects. T.I.N.A. is addressed to all artists, regardless of age, nationality and medium. Artists working at all levels are encouraged to apply by creating an online profile where […]

New York’s Largest Independent Exhibition: 10th Annual Governors Island Art Fair

“Gems Among the Ruins” – New York Times Seeking artists working in Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Installation, Video, & Sound. The 2017 Governors Island Art Fair will feature one hundred artists of exceptional talent, each awarded an exhibition room in the historic and beautifully dilapidated buildings. Once selected, your exhibition space is free and GIAF is […]

Olympic Mills Commerce Center Exhibitions in Industrial SE Portland

The Olympic Mills Commerce Center is accepting applications for artists looking to display their work in a public venue. OMCC is located in the historic close-in SE industrial neighborhood in Portland. The 4-story building is home to numerous creative-based businesses and organizations. The modern-meets-industrial architecture is clean and full of natural light. There is abundant […]

Alberta Street work spaces available

Two artist work spaces available One available now the other July 1st Approx 250 SF at NE 33rd and Alberta st. in Portland Oregon. Individual, lockable spaces about 12’ X 20’ — three nice big working walls —in complex of three individual studios. Work space only— no live in. Heat, garbage, power— included Shared common […]

NEA Grant Our Town

The Our Town grant program supports creative placemaking projects that help to transform communities into lively, beautiful, and resilient places – achieving these community goals through strategies that incorporate arts, culture, and/or design. Creative placemaking is when artists, arts organizations, and community development practitioners deliberately integrate arts and culture into community revitalization work – placing […]

Summer Studio Sublet, mid-July through September

The studio is located in close-in industrial northwest. It is approximately 800 square feet, with natural light, cross ventilation, its own bath and a work sink. It is private with an exterior, upstairs entrance, and cannot be lived-in. Rent is $800 per month with a  $500 security deposit.

Administrative Assistant (P/T) sought by Aurora Chorus

Aurora Chorus, a Portland area non-profit women’s chorus founded in 1992, is seeking a part-time administrative assistant. For more information about the organization go to Job Location: The Administrative Assistant will work primarily from a home office. Hours per week: 10; schedule is flexible with attendance at occasional evening and weekend rehearsals required Compensation: […]

9/27-29 The Road Less Traveled Conference (WI)

Delve into the complex subject of artist-built environments during a three-day conference, September 27-29, 2017, at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, WI. Through a variety of performances, panels, and workshops, attendees will share new ideas and broaden the collective knowledge and appreciation of this unique style of art making that is the […]

Heritage Center Manager (P/T) sought by Tualatin Historical Society

Tualatin Historical Society operates Tualatin Heritage Center for the City of Tualatin.  It serves as the home of the historical society and is open 10-2 weekdays and many evenings for public and private events.  The heritage center manager works approximately 25-30 hours a week. Salary range is $20-24,000.  There will be a period of transition […]

RACC Opportunity: Call for Artists for Night Lights’ 2017-2018 Season

Night Lights is a monthly public art event that promotes digital media, urban intervention, and technological innovation through site-specific outdoor art experiences. This is a call for five artists for the $1,000 honorarium and for a residency for one artist who will receive a $5,000 honorarium. On the First Thursdays of October through April, juried […]

POST-TRUTH Prject Stipends available from Open Signal

The POST-TRUTH Project wants to award $1,000 stipends to five regional mediamakers so they can make original works about “post-truth,” or what it’s like to live in a post-factual political era. A joint project of Open Signal and Lower Boom, the POST-TRUTH Project is also looking for online submissions on an ongoing basis. We want […]

Open Signal’s New Media Fellowship

Open Signal’s New Media Fellowship is an onsite 10-week residency for artists and mediamakers, which provides them with access to Open Signal’s equipment, studios and resources. This fellowship immerses you in a culture of independently produced media as you develop your practice. The deadline to apply to be a Fall New Media Fellow is July […]

Patron Services & Donor Relations Manager sought by Portland Baroque Orchestra

The Patron Services & Donor Relations Manager is a full-time exempt position that serves as the primary point of sales and service for Portland Baroque Orchestra (PBO) subscribers, ticket buyers, and donors, both in the administrative office and at all performances and events. The Patron Services & Donor Relations Manager is expected to work regular […]

Jewelers studio for rent

Studio space has opened up here at the Oak Street Building! There are two other artists in this space – 1 guy, 1 girl. The studio is set up for jewelry, enameling and metalworking but can accommodate many occupations. (We had a leather worker here for several years, a photographer, also a candle and soap […]

Call to Artist Vendors by Artist and Craftsman Supply

Artist and Craftsman Supply in North Portland is hosting an art fair on Sunday, July 2nd, 2017 from 12-5pm to celebrate our one year anniversary on Lombard Ave! We will have up to 20 booth spaces for local artists to sell work and the event will feature live music, snacks, live screen printing, a craft […]

Beautify Beaverton – Vinyl Art Wraps!

The City of Beaverton invites artists to submit images for the 2017 Beautify Beaverton project. The selected artwork will enhance Beaverton’s existing infrastructure by transforming utility and traffic signal boxes into artistic features throughout the city. In partnership with Clean Slate Group, the Beaverton Arts Program is wrapping unsightly utility boxes in high-performance and graffiti-resistant […]

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