The Right Brain Initiative

The vision of The Right Brain Initiative is to achieve a measurable impact on learning by integrating the community’s arts and cultural resources into the education of every K-8 student in the region’s school districts. The Initiative is a collaboration among educators, parents, artists, local governments, business leaders, and donors who are working to achieve this vision in an equitable, systemic, and sustainable way. RACC serves as managing partner of the program.

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Guitar Instructor sought by Hoffman Academy

Hoffman Academy is a music school of roughly 300 students and 25 employees, located in the Cedar Mill area of Portland, Oregon. We teach private lessons, group classes, and camps, and are the creators of the Hoffman Piano Method and HoffmanAcademy.com (an online resource for learning music). Our school is unique in that we push […]

Customer Service Representative at Multnomah Arts Center

Customer Service Representative (Southwest Portland – Multnomah Arts Center) Submission Deadline: August 12 (or until filled) ________________________________________ Portland Parks & Recreation values a diverse workforce and seeks ways to promote equity and inclusion within the organization. PP&R encourages candidates with knowledge, ability and experience working with a broad range of individuals and diverse communities to […]

Part-time Faculty sought by Pacific Northwest College of Art

Part-time Faculty Pool: Foundation Faculty with Design Focus PNCA invites applications for a part-time pool of faculty members with design expertise to teach in the Foundation program. The ideal candidate will be an experienced professional who is qualified to teach one or more of the following courses: Basic Drawing This course introduces the fundamental components […]

Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper sought by the Hollywood Theatre

Join the Hollywood Theatre team! We’re looking for an energetic, detail-oriented multi-tasker to rock the position of Administrative Assistant. You’ll be on the front line of all the Hollywood’s exciting programs and events (and yes, free movies and popcorn are a staff perk). This position reports to the Business & Facilities Manager but serves as […]

MAP Fund Grants for aesthetically-diverse, live performance projects

The MAP Fund is founded on the principle that exploration drives human progress, no less in art than in science or medicine. MAP supports original live performance projects that embody a spirit of deep inquiry. In particular, MAP is interested in supporting artists that question, disrupt, complicate, and challenge inherited notions of social and cultural hierarchy across […]

Call for Artists – Portland Winter Light Festival

The Portland Winter Light Festival welcomes artists, designers, creatives, makers, and performers to submit innovative proposals for light-based sculpture, interactive installations, projections, fire art, and performance. We are especially interested in work that encompass PDXWLF’s values of creativity, interactivity, inclusivity, and fun. Artists are invited to submit proposals electronically. For more information and to apply […]

Milwaukie Arts Committee Call for Sculpture Artists

****DEADLINE EXTENDED**** The Milwaukie Arts Committee (artMOB) is pleased to invite artists to submit proposals for Milwaukie’s outdoor sculpture garden located at Milwaukie City Hall on the south lawn along Jackson Street. The three selected pieces will be on display from September 2017 to August 2019 and must be made available for purchase immediately following […]

Portland in the Streets Community Grant Program

The Portland Bureau of Transportation, in partnership with Design+Culture Lab, will host three informational workshops to assist community groups interested in applying for the Portland in the Streets Community Grant Program. The Portland in the Streets Community Grant program will support creative community projects to make neighborhood streets, sidewalks and trails safer, more beautiful and […]

Call for “Four Eights and Artist Challenge II” (Sherwood, OR)

A second annual challenge for artists to create four 8’x8″ works of art using canvas provided by Makers5,LLP, curators. The set of artwork must have a theme of your choosing, no nudity or violence accepted, as artworks will be shown in a family friendly venue. Registration and full rules are available at makers5.com Show dates […]

Self-Directed & Instructional Artist & Writers Residencies: Fall/Winter 2017 in Puebla & Oaxaca, Mexico; Spring 2018 in Cusco, Peru

Arquetopia Foundation – Mexico and Peru Self-Directed & Instructional Artist & Writers Residencies: Fall and Winter Sessions 2017 – Puebla & Oaxaca, Mexico Spring Sessions 2018 – Cusco, Peru Deadline: Apply Now Through Sunday, August 13, 2017. Spaces are limited. Our selection committee evaluates all residency applications when they are received vs. after the deadline […]

Performativity of Mortuary Rituals 2017: Special 2-in-1 International Day of the Dead Residency Program (Mexico)

Arquetopia Foundation – Puebla, Mexico Performativity of Mortuary Rituals 2017: Exploring the Idea of Death in Mexico Special 2-in-1 International Program Deadline: Apply Now Through Sunday August 13, 2017 Includes Day of the Dead Arts Techniques Instruction and Self-Directed Art Production Session Dates: October 9 to November 6, 2017. Spaces are limited. Our selection committee […]

Juried Exhibition at Liquid Art House (Boston)

I’m looking for approximately 40 artists who have paper pieces for an upcoming exhibition at Liquid Art House in Boston. The pieces may represent any subject matter and should not be more than 16X20 or 20X20, with small scale preferable. They will be displayed in a collage on our back wall. The work will be exhibited from […]

Call for “Zoom In” (CA)

There are entire worlds happening on a smaller level than you can actually see or comprehend. When you open your eyes to it and really see it, you begin to understand that our universe is larger on so many levels. Zoom In is a call for artists who can get close up in a macro […]

Accompanist (choir, piano, organ- P/T) sought by Emanuel Lutheran Church (Cornelius)

Emanuel Lutheran Church of Cornelius, Oregon is looking for an organist and/or pianist to accompany the congregation during Sunday morning worship, choir rehearsals and special services throughout the year. The position is currently open with a goal of filling the position by mid-August. The accompanist would be responsible each week for selecting and playing a […]

NARS International Residency Artist Open Call (NY)

NARS is now accepting applications for the International Residency Program from international and US based artists. The NARS residency supports emerging and mid-career artists and curators working across all disciplines through three and six-month residencies, creating a space for artistic dialogue and international cultural exchange for an extended period of time. NARS offers 24/7 access […]

RACC Opportunity: Work for Art Donor Data Clerk (P/T)

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is seeking a Donor Data Clerk for the Work for Art program. This position is essential to the seamless operation and donor experience of a multifaceted program. This is an ideal role for someone who genuinely enjoys creative problem-solving with numbers and spreadsheets, and who finds it rewarding […]

Intern (Paid) sought by Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center

Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center is offering an internship for undergraduate or graduate students to help with processing archival materials from Oregon Tilth, a leading nonprofit certifier, educator and advocate for organic agriculture and products since 1974. These recently acquired records from Oregon Tilth will help illuminate the history of organic […]

2017 Small Arts and Culture Grants from Orgon Community Foundation (OCF)

One-year operating support grants of $1,000 to $5,000 will be available to arts and culture organizations with operating budgets under $100,000. Funds are being allocated to each of Oregon’s eight regions based on the number of arts organizations and population. For more information, eligibility requirements, application guidelines, and FAQ’s visit http://www.oregoncf.org/grants-scholarships/grants/ocf-funds/small-arts-and-culture.

Collections Manager and Exhibitions Coordinator sought by High Desert Museum

This position manages the Museum’s collection, library and archives. Furthermore, the position plays a key role in coordinating and facilitating the production and installation of temporary and permanent exhibitions within a dynamic team of curators and exhibit design professionals. The successful candidate will be a creative problem solver, have strong organizational skills, a team-oriented perspective […]

Preservation Programs Manager sought by Restore Oregon

Restore Oregon is a statewide 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to preserve, reuse, and pass forward Oregon’s historic resources to ensure livable, sustainable communities. We expect all employees to display creativity, professionalism, warmth, respect, flexibility, and integrity in all aspects of the organization and its activities. Role: Manage Restore Oregon’s statewide education programs and Most […]

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