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Announcements

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.

Creative Live/Work Space for Writer or Graphic Artist

Artist pleased to announce a live/writing work space in my cozy artist bungalow, in great location in NE Gateway, just off NE 122 Ave between Halsey and Glisan. Wonderful quiet environment perfect for writer or graphic artist available in December. Lovely light space with rose bushes window view. Walk to stores, and all public transportation, […]

Tech Operator Assistant (P/T) sought by Curious Comedy Theater

CURIOUS COMEDY THEATER is a 501(c)3 non-profit comedy theater, specializing primarily in improvisational comedy. Founded in 2008, our show schedule has become busy enough that a single tech person cannot cover it all; we need you! Curious is currently seeking a part-time Technical Operator Assistant to run and manage the tech booth Monday, Tuesday, and […]

2/17, 24 & 3/3, 10 Portland Center Stage Classes-Playwriting: The Full Length

Great plays need to strike hard, fast, and powerfully, never letting an audience off the hook. Exploring both no-intermission and multi-act formats, this intensive introduces exciting techniques that help to quickly engage an audience, successfully build to a satisfying climax, and conclude so as to spark dialogue long after the curtain has fallen. By the […]

1/20, 27 & 2/3, 10 Portland Center Stage Classes: Playwriting~The Dramatist’s Toolbox

Designed as an intro for the beginner or as a brush-up for the seasoned writer, this course focuses heavily on tools that will spark ideas on both what to write and how to write. Writer’s block will never again be an excuse as numerous prompts and brainstorming exercises get introduced to keep the ideas flowing. […]

StoriesToArt 2017 Call for Artists

StoriesToArt is accepting 300 artists through a juried application process to exhibit and sell work on a unique platform. Artists are judged on a first-come, first-served basis. We welcome distinguished artists from every field, and recent art school graduates are encouraged to apply. Please be sure to include a story with each piece.

Public artists sought by Annie’s Artist Flats (Olympia, WA)

Annie’s Artist Flats in Olympia, WA is seeking 2-3 public artists to design and fabricate artwork for exterior locations. Open to professional artists within 120 miles of Olympia. Total artwork budget is $66,000. Application deadline: January 9, 2018. For complete RFQ visit: https://rfqanniesartistflats.weebly.com/

RACC Audit Services Request for Proposals

RACC is conducting a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Audit Services. The Finance & Audit Committee seeks three-year audit service proposals from CPA firms with extensive experience in providing audit services to non-profit organizations. Interested firms must send a Letter of Intent to apply to: auditrfp@racc.org by 12/15/17. The Letter of Intent (LOI) must include: […]

Volunteer at RACC

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is an organization that supports the arts in the Portland tri-county region. We do this through grants to artists and arts organizations, resources and workshops for the arts community, management and collection of public art, and partnerships and programming that ensures that the arts are a part of every child’s school experience. We are eager to connect with new […]

Donate to the Oregon Cultural Trust: Impact of your Cultural Donations for Free

If you gave to an arts and culture nonprofit this year (including RACC) you qualify to take advantage of Oregon’s cultural tax credit. The credit makes doubling the impact of your cultural giving free, but you have to act before December 31. As a supporter of arts and culture in Oregon, you don’t want to […]

Call for entries of video and film for “BROADCAST II”

Killjoy Collective is currently seeking single-channel video art and experimental films for our BROADCAST II screening. Please include artist name, title of works, durations, and dates of completion. Artists may submit up to three video files with less than fifteen minutes of run-time each for consideration. Screening will take place at Killjoy Collective in Portland, […]

1/7-2/11 Deep End Theater Workshops: Improvising Drama

This class reaches beyond the often narrow genre of improv comedy and embraces the deep, the rich, and the poignant possibilities of drama. Theatrical improvisation is an art and a craft that requires mental and emotional flexibility. Well-rounded actors, willing to move beyond the immediate gratification of audience laughter, are capable of creating truly thought-provoking […]

1/8-2/12 Deep End Theater Workshops: Storytelling Class

This class builds an understanding of storytelling performance through the use of true personal narrative. Using specially designed exercises, participants identify a story begging to be told, workshop, and develop that story and have an opportunity to perform it for a live audience at the close of the session. This class has been described as […]

1/10-2/14 Deep End Theater Workshops: Ensemble Performance Class

This class is designed for students experienced in improvisational theater and students who have completed the Sound Improv Foundations course. E.P. students are interested in performing or are actively performing, looking to hone their craft, improve their acting and storytelling skills and develop performance savvy. This class includes two performance opportunities at the end of […]

1/7-12/13 Deep End Theater workshops: Foundations of Sound Improv

This class focuses on the fundamentals of Sound Improv and lays the groundwork for further study. Our Foundations class develops and strengthens the most important skills of theatrical improvisation. This class benefits performers of all ranges of improvisation experience, but some experience is required. Sound Improv is a unique approach to improvisation that emphasizes acting, […]

1/8-2/12 Deep End Theater Workshops: Introduction to Sound Improv

Are you interested in learning more about improvisational theater? Do you want to break out of your shell or rejuvenate your creativity? If you are new to improv, this class is an incredibly accessible, playful, and exciting introduction. Rooted in acting, this class is fun and low pressure with a sense of community. Instructor: Brett […]

Grant for a Plateau Indian artist at Josephy Center for Arts and Culture (Joseph, OR)

The Josephy Center for Arts and Culture is requesting a call to Plateau Indian Artists. With major grant from the Oregon Community Foundation’s “Creative Heights” program, the Josephy Center will select a Plateau Indian artist to give his or her work a place in the city of Joseph. The grant includes an artist’s award of […]

Marketing Assistant (P/T) sought by Hollywood Theatre

The Hollywood Theatre is looking for an enthusiastic, versatile, and film-loving Marketing Assistant to join our fast-growing team! With our recent acquisition of the video store Movie Madness and the development of a microcinema at Portland International Airport, the Hollywood is seeking to expand the capacity of our marketing department by adding a part-time Marketing […]

Collections & Exhibits Manager (P/T) sought by Albany Regional Museum

In collaboration and communication with the Executive Director, the Collections & Exhibits Manager will direct and oversee the implementation of the Museum’s mission and vision by managing the daily operations of collections and exhibits of the Albany Regional Museum. The Manager will serve as a public representative of the Museum when necessary, and will assist […]

Scout Books Production/Graphic Designer

Do you love ink, paper, and the magic of a well-prepared print file? Do you work fluently with Adobe Creative Suite, and know the difference between a bleed and a trap? Do you get excited about color, illustration, photography AND typography? Especially when they are printed in a pocket-sized book? Do you want to help […]

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