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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.

Response: Lynn Peterson

For the spring 2018 primary election, RACC distributed a questionnaire to all candidates running for Portland City Council; Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington County Boards of Commissioners; and Metro Council. Each candidate was asked five questions on March 13 or 14, and given the opportunity to respond by March 30 when this story was first published.  […]

Calling Local Disabled Artists!

The Portland ReelAbilities Disability Film Festival is now accepting visual art submissions. Submissions are due Monday, April 9, 2018 The Disability Art and Culture Project (DACP) invites you to submit artwork for inclusion in an exhibit in the City Hall Atrium, as part of the second biennial Portland ReelAbilities Disability Film Festival. The exhibit will […]

Garden (Horticulture) Curator

Maintain and preserve, expand, document, research, and promote the Garden’s plant collection, and educate the public and Lan Su Chinese Garden members about the botanical collection and – through the collection – Chinese culture. The Garden Curator is responsible for the superior health of Lan Su’s rare plant collection at both the garden and greenhouse […]

Administrative Coordinator

Reports to: Program Director Position Status: Hourly, Non-Exempt Desired Start Date: May 2018 Organization Overview: Youth Music Project, a nonprofit 501(c)3 music school, provides outstanding music education to children throughout Clackamas County. YMP offers group and private music lessons, providing students with state of the art performance opportunities. Families who qualify for free/reduced lunch, SNAP/WIC, […]

StoriesToArt 2018 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. Apply here: https://www.storiestoart.com/exhibiting-your-artwork/

Business Manager

BUSINESS MANAGER Job Description Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Business Manager is responsible for all financial activity of the organization, including financial management and control, accounting and bookkeeping, internal auditing, purchasing, payroll and other general financial duties. This person will develop, install and monitor controls established to safeguard assets and properly record […]

Garden Zen Market Place

Garden Zen is seeking artist vendors who create garden art, art and or other items that would work well in an out door setting. We will be partnering with The Fischer’s Music Fest at Old Mill Park in Silverton. The area for you work is 12×12 sq ft. A tent is not required. For more […]

Western Regional Juried Exhibition of Traditional Oils

Oil Painters of America will hold its annual Western Regional Exhibition of Representational Oil Paintings, September 7 – October 6, 2018. The exhibition will be hosted by Mary Williams Fine Arts in Boulder, Colorado. Approximately 9 awards will be given with a total value estimated at $11,500, including a $4,000 Best of Show. Deadline for […]

One Year Anniversary Celebration St Johns Art Walk

In 2017 St Johns Center for Opportunity helped to connect 83 artists with the North Portland communities by planning and organizing quarterly arts events. The St. Johns ArtBurst is a series of arts engagement events connecting local artists and North Portland neighborhoods. North Portland, the “Peninsula”, and St. Johns in particular, is home to talented […]

Development Director, Architectural Heritage Center

The Architectural Heritage Center (AHC) in Portland, OR is a 501c3 organization dedicated to advancing knowledge and appreciation of Portland’s history and architecture in order to protect and preserve the significant architecture and cultural heritage that make Portland unique. The AHC’s mission and work show the value of preservation and its relevancy to important, timely […]

Artist Talk : Hilary Pfeifer

FREE and Open to the Public! Hilary Pfeifer is a practicing public, production, and conceptual artist of nearly three decades. Her anthropomorphized, craft-influenced sculpture and installations humorously address the conflict between humans and the natural environment through the lens of curiosity. Join us for an afternoon discussion with Hilary, who will share her experiences navigating […]

Manager, Sherwood Center for the Arts

The City of Sherwood, Oregon is looking for a dynamic and creative leader to be the next Manager of the Sherwood Center for the Arts. Come and lead an energetic team in a growing arts-focused community. Apply through the City of Sherwood. SUMMARY AND REQUIREMENTS Under general direction of the Community Services Director, the Sherwood […]

Clark County Open Studios

WHO Visual artists and artisans in Clark County, working in all mediums 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 […]

Magnetic North Shared Studio Spaces

Hello! Magnetic North Studios (2021 SE Belmont) is a small shared space where artists can come and work using community tools. We have a full silkscreen setup as well as a top of the line wood shop. The space caters to young artists who are making their way in the world. Magnetic North hosts 17 […]

Scene Study: Talkin’ Shaw 5/2/18

Join us for a lively group analysis of George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara facilitated by Benjamin Fainstein, literary manager and resident dramaturg at The Armory. Attendees will have the chance to share impressions and pick each other’s brains about this dynamic text. The class will consider the script from both a literary perspective and a […]

Marketing Coordinator

Are you a person who likes challenges and developing new ideas? Are you connected to and ready to promote to a broad audience, especially to people of color and historically underserved communities? As the Washington County Museum marketing professional, you’ll be working with a team of passionate (non-marketing) professionals who generate a number of services/programs […]

Catalyst Cohort — Training in Facilitation + Curriculum Development

Leading a meaningful in-person experience takes more than just gathering people in a room. As circle-holders, community-connectors, teachers, and guides, how do we utilize creativity not just in what we teach but how we teach? The Catalyst Cohort is a five-month, in-person immersion in facilitation training and curriculum development. The Cohort welcomes artists, community workers, […]

Assistant Preparator for Portland Art Museum

The Portland Art Museum invites applications for the position of on-call/occasional Assistant Preparator within Collections department. The Assistant Preparator assists the Chief Preparator in all aspects of exhibitions including carpentry and related shop work, painting, lighting, mount making, art handling, packing and installation. If you have an appreciation and respect for art and experience with […]

Spring Call for Art

Hamptons Art Hub has issued its third annual Spring Call for Art Competition. We are seeking art in support of this year’s theme, “Pushing Boundaries: Art that Defies Expectations” for our Art Competition and Online Exhibition. Artwork Submissions are open to Fine Art and Fine Art Photography in all mediums. The competition and online exhibition […]

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