Prosper Portland Community Livability Grant (CLG) Program

Fiscal Year 19-20 Funds are available through the Community Livability Grant Program for permanent, real property improvements. Projects must add, expand, or improve physical space. Priority will be given to projects that benefit historically underserved populations (e.g., communities of color or people with low income) and that promote widely shared prosperity. Such projects would, for example: Improve […]

Art Documentation & Product Photography

Kevin McConnell Photography specializes in Art Documentation of all mediums, including jewelry, glass, sculpture, textiles, and 2D & 3D objects. I offer professional quality images for your website or portfolio, applying for grants or residencies, and for reproduction of your work. As a fellow artist, my main goal is to capture and exhibit your creative […]

RACC Public Art Opportunity: Portland Building Small Works Collection

The Regional Arts & Culture Council in partnership with the City of Portland invites artists from the Greater Portland Metropolitan Area to submit artwork for purchase for the new Small Works Collection at the Portland Building. For this collection there are three areas of the building that will receive artworks, each with a different curatorial […]

USArtists International

USArtists International supports performances by U.S. dance, music, and theater ensembles and solo artists invited to perform at important cultural festivals and performing arts marketplaces anywhere in the world outside the United States and its territories. USArtists International grantees reflect the vibrant diversity of U.S. artists and creative expression in the performing arts. The program […]

Affordable studio and Office spaces SE

Art Design Xchange (ADX) We have completely shifted our model in order to provide affordable studio and event space for PORTLAND artists, arts organizations, designers and makers. We have studios available starting at $150 and going up to $2000/month all inclusive. Residents can share space with as many people as they want to in order […]

Art Fair (Los Angeles) 2020

Deadline September 21, 2019

Gestalt Projects invites you to be part of our small works grid installation in the bG Gallery booth at an international art fair in Los Angeles, February 5 – 9, 2020 the 25 year anniversary of the fair. -Submit examples as a placeholder and then create a new work for the show in a circular […]

Graffiti Workshop with Jesus Torralba 9/22/19

Deadline September 22, 2019

Join us for an In The Heights-inspired workshop with Portland-based Chicano visual artist Heysus Art (Jesus Adan Torralba) and an opportunity to learn graffiti lettering style, character illustration, color technique and how to create artwork in a variety of mediums for the street or galleries. No experience required!

EXTENDED DEADLINE – 9 for 19 Exhibition

Deadline September 22, 2019

OPEN CALL: Exhibition “9 for 19” First Street Gallery announces a unique exhibition opportunity, “9 for 19,” opening January 7th, 2020 held in our Chelsea Gallery located at 526 West 26th Street Suite 209, New York, NY 10001. The show will highlight a select group of nine artists, who will have an exhibition area of […]

Special Events Supervisor

Deadline September 23, 2019

Special Events Supervisor Parks and Recreation — HP# 2020-29 Pay Range $61,141 – $80,457/year Starting Salary $61,141 – $74,387/year Depending on qualifications Terms Full-time, exempt position with benefits Close September 23, 2019 Benefits For extensive Benefit Package: To Apply Hiring a workforce that reflects the diverse community we serve is essential to delivering […]

Call for Artists for the Tarot show

Deadline September 23, 2019

Call to Artists for Splendorporium’s TAROT show! This year we are just doing the Tarot as our theme, not Day of the Dead. We look forward to seeing your magical Tarot inspired pieces. Please email Angela up to 6 images for consideration by Monday, 9/23. Accepted works are due at the gallery by Friday, 9/27. […]

Fine Contemporary Craft

Deadline September 23, 2019

Deadline: September 23, 2019 Juror: Mia Hall, Executive Director of Penland School of Craft Artspace invites artists working in a variety of craft media to enter Fine Contemporary Craft, a biennial national juried exhibition. Work will be juried by Mia Hall, Executive Director of Penland School of Craft. Eligible media include functional or sculptural works […]

Volunteer Coordinator

Deadline September 23, 2019

Job Title: Volunteer Coordinator Employment Status: Exempt Hours: 40 hrs. per week/flexible General Description: To manage KBOO’s volunteer program. Responsible for the day-to-day coordination of volunteers and their training. Qualifications Three-years of volunteer management experience, preferably with a nonprofit community organization. Excellent communication skills specifically related to building cross-cultural awareness, sensitivity and empathy to different […]

Portland Book Festival Operations Specialist

Deadline September 24, 2019

Literary Arts seeks an Operations Specialist (OS) to assist the Public Programs department with production of the 2019 Portland Book Festival. The OS is responsible for a variety of responsibilities centered around management of the outdoor event spaces, including vendor management and non-speaker-related production components of the Festival. This is a temporary position that runs […]

Hermetic Order of Clandestine Urban Scribes

Deadline September 25, 2019

We are a community of writers dedicated to the liturgies of literature, the creeds of creation, the sacraments of the synonym. We prostrate ourselves at the temple of Times New Roman. HOCUS is an episodic, eclectic, and occasionally unhinged series of readings and gatherings. Our themed readings emphasize prose of all lengths (from prose poems […]

2019 Oil Tank Culture Park Global Network

Deadline September 25, 2019

OPEN CALL for residency program in Seoul, South Korea. One of Seoul’s unique venue, Oil Tank Culture Park is organizing this program and they provides accommodation also! Deadline is September 25th. It’s quite soon so hurry up! Hope to see you in Seoul soon! ㅡ Oil Tank Culture Park, Global Week: Call for Artists – […]

Call for Native art

Deadline September 25, 2019

Kimberly Kent Atr Broker is calling for 2D art for Nasika Illahee Apartments in NE Portland. At Nesika Illahee (meaning “Our Place” in the Chinook language), the mission is to provide high-quality affordable housing to the Native American population in Portland. Kimberly is looking for art by Native artists that is warm and welcoming, appropriate […]


Deadline September 26, 2019

PUBLIC ART PROJECT OPPORTUNITY RFQ FOR FAIRMOUNT AVENUE FIRE STATION PUBLIC ART PROJECT Art Budget: Approximately $145,000 Eligibility: Any artists or artist teams legally authorized to work in the U.S. Application Deadline: September 26, 2019, 4:00 PM PST The City of San Diego is seeking applications from interested qualified artists to provide public art services […]

Myth & Magic Show at the Gresham Visual Arts Gallery

Deadline September 27, 2019

The Gresham Art Committee is looking for artists from East County & the Portland metro area to enter our “Myth & Magic” Show. Entry deadline is 9/27. Show Dates: November 13, 2019 – February 6, 2020 Description: Myth and Magic conjures the artistic spirit of the legendary and unknown. Artists explore mystical worlds and creatures […]

On Call Art Conservationists for City of Vancouver Roster

Deadline September 28, 2019

The City of Vancouver is seeking to fill a short roster of art conservationists to provide outdoor sculpture maintenance and basic conservation for artworks in the City of Vancouver’s Public Art Collection. The conservationist may also be asked to coordinate and install 2-D exhibitions within City buildings. The conservationists will perform tasks that draw on […]

Speak / Sing! Musical Theater Writing with Matthew B. Zrebski (9/28-10/26)

Deadline September 28, 2019

The class meets for four (4) Saturdays 9/28 – 10/26 (No class 10/12) In this class series, we’ll investigate musical theater writing techniques, specifically: when and why to sing. Writers will also practice transforming the spoken word to the sung word by adapting their own monologues and duet scenes into lyrics.

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