Volunteer with Filmed By Bike!

Deadline May 19, 2019

Calling all Rockstars! The Filmed by Bike team is comprised of some of the creative, fun and generous people who make Portland awesome. And we want you on our team! Volunteers are needed to help distribute posters and promo materials, work the box office, and serve as ambassadors to get the word out about this […]

2020 Artists in Residence in Everglades Application

Deadline June 01, 2019

Artists in Residence in Everglades (AIRIE) invites artists, writers, choreographers, composers and scholars to apply for its 2020 residency opportunity. In partnership with the Everglades National Park, AIRIE operates a live/work residency with a mission to support and enhance the arts and cultural heritage of the Everglades subtropical wilderness. Artists live, work and create in […]

Artistic Staff

Deadline June 16, 2019

ARTISTIC STAFF Portland Taiko seeks Artistic Staff Portland Taiko is seeking applications for an Artistic Staff member (taiko instructor and performer) to teach quarterly taiko classes and workshops, attend two rehearsals weekly, perform as a member of Portland Taiko, and cover administrative duties such as class registration and performance coordination. Additional work could include developing […]

Clark County Open Studios

Deadline May 31, 2019

WHO Visual artists and artisans in Clark County, working in all media WHAT Clark County Open Studios is a juried art event, offering a unique opportunity for you to gain further recognition as an artist, open your studio doors to the public, and to show and sell your work. For the community, Open Studios is […]

Learn to Sew with Monsters

Deadline April 28, 2019

LEARN TO SEW WITH MONSTERS | A BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE LEVEL WORKSHOP About: In this workshop, students will have the opportunity to progress in their sewing skills by creating their very own monster doll. This workshop is great for students of all ages, shapes, and sizes! * One student class size, this is a one on one […]

Portal: Surreal and Fantasy Works Sought.

Deadline April 30, 2019

Works that show a transition or path to an alternate reality. -Best 30 artists will be exhibited -Exhibit will take place August 2019 -Artists must cover their own costs of delivery to and from the gallery. 3009 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica CA 90405 -If included in the exhibit standard gallery 50/50 splits -No limit […]

Known: Portraits of Celebraties and Well Known Figures

Deadline April 30, 2019

If chosen you will be asked to create (if you don’t have one already) a portrait of a known person under 24in wide (can be any height under 9ft). Submit examples of (preferably currently available artworks) to give us an example of your style for exhibit consideration. Portraits must be of individuals who have exceeded […]

Ethos Music Center – Rural Music Facilitator AmeriCorps Member

Deadline June 01, 2019

Ethos is seeking community-minded musicians to join our team of Rural Outreach Project (ROP) Music Facilitators/AmeriCorps members for the 2019-20 school year. The positions are full-time AmeriCorps positions with benefits, based in rural towns across Oregon. Primary responsibilities include teaching music during and after school four to five days a week in classroom and small […]

Freelance Graphic Designer (Part-time)

Deadline May 01, 2019

All Classical Portland is America’s premiere classical music radio station serving over a quarter of a million local listeners in Oregon and SW Washington weekly, and millions of listeners worldwide via mobile app and online streaming. JOB DESCRIPTION: All Classical Portland seeks a creative, enterprising graphic designer. The ideal candidate will be part of a […]

Creative Arts Community Summer Residential Workshops

Deadline July 20, 2019

Every summer since 1966, the Creative Arts Community has provided unique residential workshops at Menucha Retreat and Conference Center, just twenty minutes east of Portland, Oregon. Our secular non-profit group rents the facilities the first two weeks of August every summer. Overlooking the spectacular Columbia River Gorge, the historic 90-acre Meier estate offers walking & […]

Diaspora Voiced – A Bay Area Juried Art Exhibition

Deadline May 01, 2019

Rhythmix K Gallery, in collaboration with Michelle Nye, Manager of Gallery Programs at the SFMOMA Artists Gallery, present DIASPORA VOICED – A Bay Area Juried Art Exhibition, which will be on display this fall for two months in conjunction with the ‘Round the World Festival at Rhythmix Cultural Works in Alameda, CA. Submissions from diverse […]

Call for Applications – Centrum Artist Residencies

Deadline April 30, 2019

Since 1980, the Centrum Artists-In-Residence program has welcomed hundreds of artists and creative thinkers to immerse themselves in the historic charm and natural beauty of Fort Worden. The campus has sweeping views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges, miles of wandering beach and forest trails, and a peppering of World War I–era batteries and […]

Shaking the Tree’s Open Space Residency

Deadline May 31, 2019

Shaking the Tree is excited to announce that applications for the 2019-2010 Open Space residency program are now open! Are you a theatre/performing artist or organization looking for space to develop your work? Shaking the Tree realizes how important it is for emerging theatre groups/artists to have access to space in the exploration and creation […]

Donor Engagement and JOY Program Coordinator (Temporary)

Deadline April 30, 2019

Department: Community Engagement Supervisor: Director of Community Engagement Status: Temporary / Non-Exempt / Hourly / 40 Hours Per Week Job Purpose: The Donor Engagement and JOY Program Coordinator manages all outgoing station email and social media communications, oversees the JOY outreach programs (Youth Roving Reporters, Where We Live series, ICAN, and Night Out), processes donations, […]

North by Northwest Juried Art Show

Deadline May 11, 2019

The Yellowstone Art Museum is seeking entries for it’s first annual nationwide juried show, North by Northwest! We are looking for recent contemporary art in the categories of: Painting, Drawing, Graphic Arts, Collage, Sculpture, Photography, and Mixed Media. Purchase and merit award-winning works have the potential to become part of the YAM’s Community Collection! The […]

P/T Administrative and Sales Position

Deadline May 01, 2019

A key member of One River’s support and front-of-house staff, the P/T Administrative and Sales assistant is committed to creating the best possible guest experience for One River’s students and their families. As a front-line ambassador, the P/T Administrative and Sales Assistant participates in client service duties across in-person, phone, and online channels ranging from […]

3 Day Drawing Intensive

Deadline April 25, 2019

Class Description: Students in this independent intensive will utilize drawing as a direct examination of their perceptions and deepen their understanding of drawing to their experience of the world. Participants will work daily from one or more live models, expanding their drawing practice through examining the interaction of the picture plane, along with strategies to […]

Rent Workspace at ADX

Deadline April 30, 2019

Tired of working by yourself? Landlord raising your rent? Or maybe you are seeking community with like minded creative artists, designers and makers? If you’re looking for a safe, inclusive, and affordable work space then get in touch. ADX has several private studio spaces on our factory floor and in our adjacent Studio 425. Studio […]

Happy Hour with Mount Hood Cherokees & Mary Kathryn Nagle 4/14

Deadline April 28, 2019

Join us for a pre-show happy hour with Mt. Hood Cherokees featuring an interview between Managing Director Cynthia Fuhrman and playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle about the production of Crossing Mnisose. Mt. Hood Cherokees (MHC) is a community of Cherokees dedicated to Cherokee history, culture, heritage, tradition and fellowship. Mary Kathryn Nagle, whose Manahatta captivated audiences […]

Not Invisible: Fighting for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women 4/28

Deadline April 28, 2019

Please join us for a post-show conversation for Crossing Mnisose with guest panelists including founder of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women USA, Deborah Maytubee Denton-Shipman, Yakama tribal member and scholar Emily Washines, Blackfeet Nation member Lissalynn Loring and moderated by journalist and author Jacqueline Keeler.

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