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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.

Work for Art announces line-up for Battle of the Bands competition on May 12

Bankers, lawyers, surgeons and engineers will be among the unlikely musicians competing in Work for Art’s first annual Battle of the Bands on Thursday, May 12 at the Crystal Ballroom. Tickets are only $10, on sale now at the Crystal Ballroom box office and online. A limited number of VIP tickets are available for $100 […]

Work for Art announces line-up for Battle of the Bands competition on May 12

PORTLAND, ORE — Bankers, lawyers, surgeons and engineers will be among the unlikely musicians competing in Work for Art’s first annual Battle of the Bands on Thursday, May 12 at the Crystal Ballroom. Tickets are only $10, on sale now at the Crystal Ballroom box office and online. A limited number of VIP tickets are […]

Sarah Iannarone responds

Sarah Iannarone (Candidate for Mayor) responded on April 7, 2016: (1) In what specific ways have you supported arts and culture in Portland?    Personally, I attend arts and culture functions throughout Portland almost weekly, from performances at the Schnitzer and Gerding theaters to independent theater, gallery shows, and live music performances throughout the city. […]

Chloe Eudaly responds

Chloe Eudaly (Candidate for Portland Commissioner, Position 4) responded April 7, 2016: (1) In what specific ways have you supported arts and culture in Portland?   For the past 21 years I’ve owned and operated Reading Frenzy, a mission-driven bookshop devoted to independent media with a special focus on self-published work including zines, comics, and artists’ […]

Fred Stewart responds

Fred Stewart (Candidate for Portland Commissioner, Position 4) responded April 6, 2016: (1) In what specific ways have you supported arts and culture in Portland?   I have advocated for a more sustainable and broadly reaching source of funding for the arts in Portland than the current arts tax. I have also proposed the creation of a […]

Jules Bailey responds

Commissioner Jules Bailey (Candidate for Mayor) responded on April 6, 2016: (1) In what specific ways have you supported arts and culture in Portland?    I grew up acting and writing plays with Young Actors Forum, I took lessons at Echo Theater, and I played violin with Metropolitan Youth Symphony.  Arts in many ways made […]

Portland candidates share views on arts and culture

On January 26, RACC collaborated with several partners to host a candidates forum on arts and culture. Since that time, several other people have filed for the May, 2016 primary election. In March, RACC distributed a questionnaire to all official candidates for Portland Mayor and City Council. The questions were: (1) In what specific ways have you […]

Stuart Emmons responds

Stuart Emmons (Candidate for Portland Commissioner, Position 4) responded April 5, 2016: 1) In what specific ways have you supported arts and culture in Portland? I go to arts and cultural events frequently – especially the Art Museum, Oregon Historical Society and art galleries Co-chair Portland Design Festival 2004 Co-chair Portland Design Festival 2005 Portland […]