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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.

9/5-10/10 Radius Community Art Studio Painting Seminars

Radius Community Art Studio painting classes are organized to address the needs of beginner and more experienced students. Learn to build an underpainting from scratch, and mix colors while developing a painting practice. The setting is relaxed and informative. Students who feel more confident or have previous experience with painting are encouraged to consider signing […]

Multnomah Arts Center (MAC) Poetry Post

Multnomah Arts Center, a program of Portland Parks & Recreation, seeks work from our community that gives pause and invites beauty. A panel of writers will choose pieces to feature in the poetry post for up to a month. Selected work may also be shared on MAC’s website and Facebook page if permitted by the […]

Pacific University Residency Writers Conference

Writers seeking to deepen their craft and expand their professional community are invited to attend the Residency Writers Conference together with Pacific’s MFA students, faculty and guest speakers. This 10-day conference is packed with workshops, lectures, readings, classes and more. The conference can be taken for four graduate credits. We are now accepting applications for […]

Volunteer for Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival

Interested in seeing a part of the behind-the-scenes of the book world? Literary Arts is currently seeking over 300 volunteers to fill various roles at Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival taking place Saturday, November 11th. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. To be part of this festival celebrating literature, go to www.literary-arts.org/wordstock and […]

Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art from A Blade of Grass (ABOG)

ABOG provides resources to artists who demonstrate artistic excellence and serve as innovative conduits for social change. ABOG evaluates the quality of work in this evolving field by fostering an inclusive, practical discourse about the aesthetics, function, ethics and meaning of socially engaged art that resonates within and outside the contemporary art dialogue. Through their […]

2017 Fall Grant Program from The Amphion Foundation

The Amphion Foundation, Inc., founded in 1987 by Elliott and Helen Carter, was established to encourage the performance of contemporary concert music, particularly by American composers, through support to performing and presenting organizations that have demonstrated sustained artistic excellence, in addition to service organizations. The Foundation’s mission is carried out through its grant program. The Amphion […]

USArtists International grants from Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation

USArtists International supports performances by U.S. artists at important cultural festivals and arts marketplaces around the globe. Committed to the presence of U.S. based artists on world stages, USArtists International provides grants to ensembles and individual performers in dance, music and theatre invited to perform at significant international festivals and performing arts markets. USAI encourages and […]

Publishing grants from Furthermore

Furthermore grants assist nonfiction books having to do with art, architecture, and design; cultural history, the city, and related public issues; and conservation and preservation. The foundation looks for work that appeals to an informed general audience, gives evidence of high standards in editing, design, and production, and promises a reasonable shelf life. The grants, ranging […]

10/8 Two Pillars of Northwest Art to Speak at Imprint Gallery (Cannon Beach)

Imprint Gallery are planning a monthly program of talks or demonstrations in the gallery by their exhibiting artists. This new program of talks is intended to offer an opportunity for artists to network, to contextualize the exhibited work, and for collectors to meet the artists. On Sunday, October 8, Alfredo Arreguin and Yuji Hiratsuka will […]

9/22-23 Non-toxic copperplate etching class (Cannon Beach)

This two-day workshop led by Angela Purviance, will cover non-toxic copperplate etching. Participants will learn how to create both line work and aquatint using innovative materials like soy wax, India ink, floor polish, and saltwater electro-etch instead of the traditional hazardous chemicals. In this class, we will learn the ins and outs of using experimental […]

9/15-16 Silk Aquatint Printmaking Class

A two-day workshop led by Jani Hoberg. Silk aquatint is a type of collagraph using silk fabric, plexiglass and acrylic paint to create the plate, which print rich blacks. This class is suitable for participants who have some printmaking or painting experience. The silk is adhered to a piece of plexiglass with black acrylic paint. […]

RFP for Northwest Housing Alternatives donor appreciation installation

Kimberly Kent is accepting proposals Northwest Housing Alternatives donor appreciation installation. Northwest Housing Alternatives is redeveloping their campus in Milwaukie Oregon. The new and expanded NHA campus will hold more office space, a new and larger Annie Ross House and 28 new affordable homes along with community spaces and play space for children. A Capital […]

Cultural Resource Specialist sought by Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) (Salem)

ODOT is recruiting for a limited duration cultural resource specialist to join the Region 2 Environmental Unit in Salem. The purpose of this position is to be a staff expert in the fields of historic preservation, architecture, cultural analysis, and the Federal Highway Administration’s Section 4(f).  This individual analyzes and documents the impacts of projects […]

Associate Director of Communications sought by Oregon Shakespeare Festival

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) is seeking an outgoing and experienced person Develops, integrates and implements broad-based multimedia, social media and communication plans to publicize and promote OSF’s performances, events and initiatives with messaging that conveys OSF’s values of excellence, engagement, equity, diversity and inclusion. Each year OSF presents an eight-and-a-half-month season of eleven plays […]

Coordinator of Volunteers (P/T) sought by Aurora Colony Historical Society

The Volunteer Coordinator for the Aurora Colony Historical Society recruits, trains and manages the Society’s volunteer and membership bases to fulfill our mission: “To promote interactive life-long learning by inspiring curiosity about, and preservation of, the heritage of the Aurora Colony.” Hours: 20 per week Status: Permanent, Part Time Schedule: Some flexibility with one Saturday […]

Studio Space for Rent and Sell Your Art!

StuStuStudio is a small artist studio and we occupy a workspace and store-front retail space in the heart of the Alberta Arts District. We are looking for a devoted artist to join our crew September 1st! The ideal candidate would be an emerging or active artist pursuing a career with their art. The space is […]

Host an Oregon Humanities Conversation Project

The 2017-18 Conversation Project catalog has forty discussion topics to choose from, twenty-one of which are new this year. Subjects include race, immigration, housing, faith and politics, higher education, environmental policy, identity, and much more. See the full catalog on our website, and apply online through August 31, 2017, to bring a conversation to your […]

Curator for 2018-19 sought by Disjecta

Curator-in-Residence Program Accepting Applicants Portland, Oregon-based Disjecta Contemporary Art Center is accepting proposals for a Curator-in-Residence for its 2018-2019 exhibition season. Disjecta houses an expansive exhibition space for the presentation of visual arts at the regional, national and international level that speaks to the region’s diverse interests, talents and identities. The Curator-in-Residence program provides an […]

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