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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.

Call For Entries | Found Objects

CALL FOR ENTRIES | FOUND OBJECTS | AN INTERNATIONAL JURIED PHOTO EXHIBITION Entry Deadline | July 22th, 2018 Notice of Acceptance | August 8th, 2018 Exhibition Dates | August 24th – September 19th, 2018 THEME | FOUND OBJECTS A “found object” is a material artifact discovered by chance and assigned esthetic value in an artist’s […]

1000+sqft – Storefront Art Space, Perfect for Yoga, Design, Printing, and more!

You Bring the Passion and We Provide the Space! This lofty, 1000+ sqft. storefront unit has massive ceiling height, exposed Douglas Fir beam ceilings, large windows, bright natural light, heating and cooling, wi-fi hookups, water hookups, double doors, all in the heart of the Slabtown/Nob Hill neighborhood in downtown Portland. This space is ideal for […]

Alternative magazine seeks Fall 2018 submissions

Alternative art and literature magazine The Matador Review is now accepting submissions for the Fall 2018 publication. We publish poetry, fiction, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction, inviting all unpublished literature written in the English language (and translations that are accompanied by the original text) as well as many forms of visual art. The call for […]

Call for Artists: A Calling of Birds

​The Elisabeth Jones Art Center is looking to exhibit a new artist each month for our “Save the Birds” exhibition. The focus is to raise awareness of endangered birds and to maintain an on-going conversation. Chosen artist will receive a $250 honorarium for their participation. If you paint birds and are interested in being a […]

A World Without Ice

Do you love polar bears? Does their plight concern you? We are looking for artists who have a connection to polar bears and use them in their art. ​CALL FOR ARTISTS $250 honorarium for chosen artists Please send up to 5 images to John Teply at ejartcenter@gmail.com. One artist will be chosen to showcase their […]

Studio space in Hillsboro + Gallery

The Hillsboro Visual Art Association dba Sequoia Gallery + Studios is a not profit gallery with 13 studio spaces. Currently two spaces are available with a third coming up later in the summer. The rent is 65 cents a square foot and joining the gallery for $30 a month paid twice a year is mandatory. […]

Sacred Images: Mary & Jesus

The Martin de Porres Center, a place for spirituality, education, and the arts, sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, invites artists to submit their artwork for a juried art show, “Sacred Images: Mary & Jesus.” Artists are encouraged to submit work that represents Jesus and/or Mary in some way. The entry period is open […]

Washington State Convention Center Rotating Art Program call for groups of artists

Rotating exhibits are booked quarterly through this call, following a screening and selection process by an Art Advisory Committee, comprised of Convention Center Board Members and art professionals. More than 179 exhibitions and displays have been featured since the program’s inception in 1991. Many of these exhibits feature local artists, although a number of them […]

Private Art/Hobby Studio, Office, or Storage Space – $400/mo

Daylight ground floor studio available in multi-use building located in the historic Goose Hollow neighborhood. Ready for move-in today. Private exterior entrance with west-facing window, the space is approximately 10’ x 20’ with storage closets and built-in shelving. Comes with overhead lighting, two space heaters, shared wifi, and includes all utilities. Access 24/7, 365. This […]

Call for artist: Fresh Perspectives: Seattle Artwork Purchase

The Office of Arts & Culture, in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), invites artists to submit images of two-dimensional artwork and wall hanging sculptures for a competitive purchase for SPU’s Civic Art Collection. This purchase, Fresh Perspectives, aims to broaden SPU’s collection by adding diverse art mediums, approaches, and viewpoints. The City of Seattle […]

Jewelery Production Assistant

Hannah Naomi, LLC, a Portland-based jewelry company, is looking for a part-time jewelry production assistant to join our team (approximately 10-15 hours/week with plenty of room to grow). The candidate must be detail-oriented and have some experience with basic jewelry fabrication. The main responsibilities of this role are as follows: Assisting with Fabrication: soldering, filing, […]

Call for Artist – Artist in Residency (AiR), FOCUS: Tukwila International Blvd

The City of Tukwila (WA) seeks a practicing artist to serve for a year-long, half-time Artist-in Residence. The selected artist will undertake an in-depth community-based project that partners with the people that live and work in Tukwila, as well as City staff. This exploratory collaborative project intends to bring attention to an important physical/social aspect […]

Call for Artist – Artist in Residency (AiR), FOCUS: Duwamish River

The city of Tukwila (WA) seeks a practicing artist to serve for a year-long, half-time Artist-in Residence. The selected artist will undertake an in-depth community-based project that partners with the people that live and work in Tukwila, as well as city staff. This exploratory collaborative project intends to bring attention to an important physical/social aspect […]

Studio Rentals – Resound NW

The Resound NW facility is a beautiful, diverse, and flexible community arts and event space ideally suited for a variety of uses. Our centrally-located building has 4 studios available to rent for classes, lessons, workshops, performances, business meetings, and more. We offer rentals for single events and ongoing uses with daytime, evening, and weekend availability […]

Meadow Workshop Series 2

Meadow is a creative space for women, lgbtqia+, gender non-conforming, POC, and/or other marginalized artists & writers. We currently host a seasonal workshop series, by and for these communities. Our Workshop Series 2 features three workshops by local artists listed below. Each workshop requires a sliding scale fee of $15-30. This series will be hosted […]

Program Coordinator

Reports to: Program Director Position Status: Hourly, Non-Exempt Desired Start Date: Late July 2018 Organization Overview: Youth Music Project, a nonprofit 501(c)3 music school, provides outstanding rock, pop, and country music education to children throughout Clackamas County. YMP offers group and private music lessons, and provides students with state of the art performance opportunities. Families […]

Why Can’t I Just Exist: Code-Switching in the Art World

by Humberto Marquez Mendez Code-Switching, the practice of alternating between different languages, ways of speaking, conduct, and presentation of self, is often the reality for people of color and other marginalized groups. From a young age, we learn from our community, personal experiences, and observations that “acting” a certain way results in access to resources […]

Fresh Paint with Molly Mendoza

In a city known for murals, how do you get your foot (or art) through a door when you’re an emerging artist of color? Fresh Paint, a partnership between RACC’s Public Art Murals program and Open Signal, offers that door to have artists work in the public space. Last May, Molly Mendoza kicked off the […]

RACC Opportunity: Call for Artists – Fresh Paint

The Regional Arts & Culture Council and Open Signal invite emerging artists/teams of artists who identify and belong to communities of color and are currently living in Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington County in Oregon, or Clark County in Washington to submit proposals for a temporary mural at Open Signal along the highly visible NE Martin […]

For the Seventh Generation: The One-Mile Pano-mural

​FOR THE SEVENTH GENERATION- An artistic strategy for the ocean’s survival Open call for landscape/seascape artists to contribute paintings of the Washington, Oregon and California Coast, for our August 2nd exhibition. $500 honorarium for each participating artist. Applications open until Thursday July 19th. (no entry fee) For more information and to apply please visit: https://www.elisabethjones.art/for-the-seventh-generation.html

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