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The Creative Advocacy Network is our partner in advocating for more local public funding of arts and culture.
Art. Ask for More is a national campaign to support arts education in the schools.
The Oregon Art PAC is non-partisan political action committee that supports local candidates who are committed to increasing public funding for arts and culture.
Act for Art, published in 2009, is a five-year action plan for arts and culture in the region.
Art spark on Nov 15
Art + Activism is the focus of the Nov. 15 RACC Art Spark event, right in time for election season. B Media Collective pairs up with the Hollywood Theater for an evening highlighting the theatre of politics and the art of democracy. Featuring local art activists like Just Seeds, Project Grow, and a variety of community media movers and shakers in Portland like the Sisters of the Road Empowered Voices Media Project. The event will feature the premiere of Electile Dysfunction, B Media's latest Variety Show, a 1/2 hour episode of remixed video vaudeville for the masses.
Bonus – a special offer for Art Spark guests! RACC will be selling discounted tickets to our pARTy in the name of Art on 12/7. Dance party tickets – usually $25 – will be available at Art Spark for only $15 each.
Thursday November 15, 5-7pm at Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy Boulevard, Portland, OR 97212
This networking event for the Portland arts community is sponsored by RACC and occurs on the third Thursday bi-monthly at various venues. Next Art Spark will be January 17, 2013.