Public Art

RACC adds 56 artworks to the Portable Works Collection

New artwork by 39 local artists will join the Collection that is shown through City of Portland  and Multnomah County office facilities

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Reminder: $35 Arts Tax Payment is due April 15

Revenue Division Director Thomas Lannom encourages Portlanders to pay their $35 Arts Tax, which supports arts education and access in our community. To make it easier, they can pay online. Deadline: 4/15/15.

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Portland-based arts organizations receive public funding increases

Sixteen local arts organizations are the latest to benefit from the City of Portland’s voter-approved Arts Education & Access Fund.

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Artists in residence move “The Watcher Files” exhibition to Portland State University through April 7

Since 2013 artists Garrick Imatani & Kaia Sand have been working on “The Watcher Files,” a set of police surveillance files of activists from the 1960s-80s

 
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Third Rail Theatre presents "Belleville"

This sexy, funny, scary, and tense pseudo-thriller from one of America’s hottest new playwrights, Amy Herzog, will unnerve as quickly as it entertains. Opens March 27 and runs through April 18.

 
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4/4 RACC Workshop: Narrative mechanics - how to design and deploy strategy for arts marketing success

Learn about new marketing skills and how to best present your art from presenter Dave Weich in this next RACC Professional Development workshop.

 
Grants
Grants

RACC Opportunity: FY 2015-16 Professional Development Grants (Cycle 1)

This grants help artists or arts administrators enhance their careers by funding workshops, travels or other projects that significantly impact the individual’s work and professional development. Intent to apply deadline: 4/1/15.