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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.

Call for Exterior Art

Call for Art Auburn CUP Kimberly Kent Art Brokerage is accepting submissions for commissioned art or digital design for the exterior of the utilities building and Multicare Auburn Hospital know as the CUP. Exterior art will be 8’ wide by 16’high or similar based on the design. The art will be attached to the exterior […]

Art Documentation & Product Photography

Kevin McConnell Photography specializes in Art Documentation of all mediums, including jewelry, sculpture, glass, textiles, metal, and 2D & 3D objects. We offer professional quality images for your website or portfolio, applying for grants and residencies, and for reproduction of your work. As a fellow artist, my main goal is to capture and exhibit your […]

Capture the Glow Art + Yoga Retreat

Join Portland artist Nicole Curcio and Charleston, SC yogi Mandy Wozniak in the jungle as we make time for art, yoga, community, beachtime and sunshine! We’ll spend six nights and seven days at Tailwind Jungle Lodge in San Pancho, Nayarit, Mexico, as we shake off the cold winter blues and Capture the Glow! Our small […]

Gallery & Programs Director (Rose Center for the Arts)

Description: Under the supervision of the Dean of Instruction & Learning Resources, and in collaboration with Rose Center for the Arts (RCA) staff and performing and visual arts faculty, this position manages Rose Center for the Arts operations and programs and directs and manages the art gallery within RCA. The Gallery and Programs Director is […]

Chelsea International Photography Competition

The Chelsea International Photography Competition — Opens August 21, 2018 Photographers are invited to enter the second annual Chelsea International Photography Competition. With a fierce dedication to promoting the arts and discovering and exposing new talent, the CIPC will honor selected artists with an exhibition at Agora Gallery, providing invaluable exposure to promote career growth […]

Half share of large ARTISTS STUDIO.

Rent $425 per month includes all utilities and free parking. 24/7 accessibility. No live-in. Half share of large well lit studio, your half about 470 sq.ft. on 6th floor of building with elevator. Building has many other creatives, located in NW Portland near the Fremont Bridge. Windows face east, high ceiling. Phone 503 701 7221

HALF SHARE OF ARTISTS STUDIO.

Rent $425 per month includes all utilities and free parking. 24/7 accessibility. No live-in. Half share of large well lit studio, your half about 470 sq.ft. on 6th floor of building with elevator. Building has many other creatives, located in NW Portland near the Fremont Bridge. Windows face east, high ceiling. Phone 503 701 7221.

Gem Center Gallery Call for Proposals

The Gem Gallery is a flexible exhibition space for the exploration of unique media and multi-disciplinary practices. The Gem Gallery gives priority to emerging artists and curators who may have been historically overlooked by traditional gallery spaces, and to work that demonstrates or establishes quality in both conceptualization and technique. The Gem Gallery serves as […]

Gather: Make: Shelter

Gather: Make: Shelter is a citywide creative collaboration shepherded by artist Dana Lynn Louis to create a new model of engagement and connection between people experiencing homelessness and those more fortunate in Portland, OR. The project bridges art making, skill building and philanthropy through a direct, humanitarian effort within our community. Join us at Pioneer […]

Indigo Shibori dyeing

This workshop is designed to be a fun introduction to Indigo Shibori dying. Learn basic traditional Japanese resist-dye techniques, and leave with unique hand dyed tea towels! Workshop will cover folded and resist design techniques, and students will each dye 30″x30″cloths with natural indigo dye. All supplies included, instructor will allow additional dying of fabrics […]

No Intermission! A Playwriting Class on the One-Act Play

Instructor: Matthew B. Zrebski The one-act play is the lightning bolt of the theatrical form. It strikes hard, fast, and powerfully, never letting an audience off the hook with an intermission. This intensive explores the unique challenges of the one act: how to quickly engage an audience, rapidly build to a climax, and conclude so […]

Artist Community – Live/Work Space for Rent

Milepost 5 is an affordable housing community for creatives, developed for working artists of all disciplines. Located on a two-acre campus in Portland’s Montavilla neighborhood, our community of over 100 renters work in dozens of artistic fields. Residents host monthly art openings, present plays, music, readings, workshops, and other events in the community spaces. The […]

Screenwriting for Playwrights

Instructor: Dan Kitrosser Are you a playwright who has always flirted with writing for the screen? Writing for the screen should not mean losing your voice. If so, this two day seminar is for you. Over the seminar, Award-winning playwright and screenwriter Dan Kitrosser will break down the nuts and bolts of screenwriting, and will […]

Response: Jo Ann Hardesty

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. […]

Chloe Eudaly tapped to be Portland’s new Arts Commissioner

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has shuffled some of the City of Portland’s bureau and liaison assignments, and on September 4 Commissioner Chloe Eudaly will become the RACC liaison and arts commissioner. A strong advocate for culture and creativity, Commissioner Eudaly is no stranger to the arts. She has owned and operated an independent bookstore featuring […]

RACC board elects new members and officers

On July 1, Linda McGeady became RACC’s new board chair, succeeding Mike Golub who will serve as Chair Emeritus until June 30, 2019. McGeady is originally from Belfast, Ireland, and became a US Citizen 18 years ago; being involved in Portland’s arts community has been an important part of her life here.  She serves on […]

Executive Director Search Update for August 22, 2018

The search for RACC’s next executive director is progressing nicely. (Committee members include Helen Daltoso, Ozzie Gonzalez, Jeff Hawthorne, Angela Hult, Salvador Mayoral IV, Linda McGeady, Alejandro Queral and Steve Rosenbaum.) Here’s the latest: Implicit Bias Training: The search committee participated in a four-hour implicit bias training led by RACC board member and professional facilitator. This […]

Administrative Assistant – Part Time

Hoffman Academy is currently seeking an organized and motivated ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT with strong people skills and excellent attention to detail to join our Office Team. Candidate must be able to multi-task, as the administrative assistant will be responsible for completing a variety of tasks while providing friendly, professional support to our 350+ clients and our […]

Executive Director

Columbia Center for the Arts Hood River, Oregon August 2018 Position Available: Executive Director Columbia Center for the Arts, a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization is seeking a full time Executive Director. Columbia Center for the Arts (CCA) mission is to promote an arts-rich environment in the Columbia Gorge. CCA owns and manages a 10,000 square foot […]

Portland Unknown Film Festival Seeks Volunteers

The Portland Unknown needs volunteers for the 3rd annual Portland Unknown Film Festival held this October 19th and 20th at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center. The Unknown is seeking people to help leading up to and during the event. Volunteers will receive passes to the festival! Much more information at http://www.portlandunknown.com

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