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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Call for RFQs for Alberta Street Historical Markers

Alberta Main Street, a nonprofit community and economic development organization, invites artists or artist-led teams to submit their qualifications for consideration in the Alberta Street Historical Markers Project. The selected artist or artist-led team will be commissioned to create permanent public artwork in the form of historical and cultural markers along NE Alberta Street in […]

Special Events Manager sought by Portland Opera

Note: This job posting was revised 10/20/17 from an earlier posting.  Portland Opera, one of the Pacific Northwest’s premiere arts organizations and nation’s leading opera companies, is seeking an outstanding event management professional to join our dynamic Development team in the role of Special Events Manager. The Special Events Manager is responsible for promoting and […]

12/28-1/1 “Welcoming the Unpredictable: A New Years Retreat for Women”

When obstacles loom and disturbing events shake our confidence, how do we keep our equilibrium? Martha Boesing and Sandy Boucher  invite us to slow down, breathe and relax, as we enter a mindful exploration of our changes, loss and joy. Through meditation and guided exercises, writing, music, art and dance, we are offered the opportunity […]

Cape Girardeau Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit (MO)

The City of Cape Girardeau Public Art Committee is now accepting submissions from qualified sculptors to participate in the 2018 – 2019 Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. Now in it’s fifth year, the location of the exhibition will be along the Broadway Corridor, a nine-block span in downtown Cape Girardeau, Missouri. It is also home to locally […]

Donor Relations Manager sought by Portland Opera

Portland Opera, one of the Northwest’s premiere arts organizations and nation’s leading opera companies, is seeking a fundraising superstar to join our dynamic development team as Donor Relations Manager. The Donor Relations Manager leads several existing development efforts related to annual fund individual giving, corporate sponsorships and in-kind relationships, and Broadway in Portland memberships. The […]

Leland Iron Works Residency

Located just east of Oregon City, OR Leland Iron Works is the home and studio of sculptor Lee Kelly and his family. For years, Leland Iron Works has been home to artists, activists, musicians, writers, climbers, architects, poets, and dancers. The Residency at Leland Iron Works is an expansion of that legacy. With a generous […]

11/18 Portland Center Stage Scene Shop Tour

All those beautiful sets and props you see on stage started their life in the scene shop, where they were measured, cut, sanded, painted and primed before being sent down the road to The Armory’s stages. Take a tour with Scene Shop Manager Seth Chandler, and hear about the process making magic happen, and the […]

Grant Opportunity for Artists & Arts Managers from Eligible Countries

CEC ArtsLink invites artists, arts managers and non-profit arts organizations in all disciplines from 37 eligible countries (see below) to apply for Independent Projects Awards. Project grants enable artists and arts managers to carry out self-directed projects in the US.  Applicants must have a letter of invitation from a non-profit organization or individual in the US to […]

Program Coordinator sought by Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)

Make+Think+Code@PNCA is a technology-focused research studio and lab at the intersection of art, science, technology, and design. The Make+Think+Code Program Coordinator will assist the Executive Director in overseeing all program initiatives and partnerships while inspiring collaboration, creativity and innovation. POSITION: Program Coordinator DEPARTMENT: Make+Think+Code REPORTS TO: MTC Executive Director FLSA STATUS: Full TimeNon-exempt PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES […]

Retail Shipping & Receiving Associate sought by Portland Japanese Garden

POSITION OVERVIEW The Retail Shipping & Receiving Associate at the Portland Japanese Garden reports directly to the Retail General Manager (Retail GM). This position is responsible for assisting in all aspects of the retail department, with a focus on shipping and receiving product, allocating E-Store sales, maintaining stockroom/office supplies and customer service in the Gift […]

Disjecta Art Auction Volunteer

Every fall, the northwest’s most interesting artists donate their work in support of Disjecta. We have a party, auction it off, and the proceeds help us to continue providing the community with the best in contemporary visual art, free to the public. To pull off this annual spectacular event we need YOU! Each station shift […]

Art Studio Spaces, Great people, great location, great place to focus!

Great people, great location, great place to focus! 2 spaces available: 8’-5” x 8’-10”= $250./month 7′ x 7′-2″ = $170./month studio spaces available within a larger ceramics studio – with designers and mixed media artists adjacent Not appropriate for welding or oil painting Work only, no live-ins, 24 hr access, wifi and utilities included Heat […]

Private Work Space, Great people, great location, plenty of natural light!

Great people, great location, plenty of natural light! 11′ x 11′ space that lends itself to an office and/or workspace. 4 walls, windows and a locking door makes this an unusually wonderful and private space to work. Storefront type window could be used for display $675./month includes utilites and wifi, 24 hours access, Work only, […]

Fresh Paint sponsored by RACC & Open Signal

Fresh Paint, a temporary mural wall project, began in early 2017 as part of a new professional development initiative of RACC’s Public Art Murals programming. Three artists have been selected to paint a temporary mural on an area of the exterior west-wall of Open Signal facing the highly-visible Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Each mural […]

11/5-12/10 Deep End Theatre’s Storytelling Class

This class builds an understanding of storytelling performance through the use of true personal narrative. Using specially designed exercises, participants identify a story begging to be told, workshop and develop that story and have an opportunity to perform it for a live audience at the close of the session. This class has been described as […]

11/6-12/11 Deep End Theatre’s Ensemble Performance Class

This class is designed for students experienced in improvisational theater and students who have completed the Sound Improv Foundations course. E.P. students are interested in performing or are actively performing, looking to hone their craft, improve their acting and storytelling skills and develop performance savvy. This class includes a performance opportunity at the end of […]

11/7-12/12 Deep End Theatre’s Foundations of Sound Improv class

This class focuses on the fundamentals of Sound Improv and lays the groundwork for further study. This class focuses on developing and strengthening the most important skills of theatrical improvisation. Students who are new to improv will learn the basic skills of improvisation and the more specific practice of Sound Improv. And for experienced improvisers/actors, […]

11/8-12/13 Deep End Theater’s Intro to Improv class

Are you interested in learning more about improvisational theater? Do you want to break out of your shell or rejuvenate your creativity? If you are new to improv, this class is an incredibly accessible, playful and exciting introduction. Participants in Deep End Theater’s Intro to Improv class will explore improvisation through games and exercises. Register […]

Volunteering at the 44th NW Filmmakers’ Festival

The Northwest Film Center is seeking volunteers for the 44th Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival, running November 1st – 5th. The NW Filmmakers’ Festival is Oregon’s largest & longest-running annual festival of regional films and is presented by the NW Film Center. We are recruiting volunteers to help in the theater at screenings, at the filmmakers’ summit, […]

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