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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.

4/29 Westside Cultural Alliance presents Board Development Workshop

Nonprofit boards play an important role in shaping the future of arts and culture in Washington County. The Westside Cultural Alliance wants to support those efforts and is offering free workshops this spring dedicated to local arts and culture boards. These workshops will be a great refresher for experienced board members and a perfect introduction […]

Volunteers facilitators needed by Write Around Portland

Interested in facilitating our creative writing workshops? Through Write Around Portland’s  27-hour training, volunteer facilitators gain a deep and practical understanding of our values and learn tools and strategies of successful facilitation, including how to create and sustain a safe community in which to write and share. No cost to participate. Applications are due June […]

Oregon Arts Commission’s Arts Build Communities Grants

The Arts Build Communities grant program provides $3,000-$7,000 matching support to arts and other community-based organizations for projects that address a local community problem, issue or need through an arts-based solution. Arts Build Communities (ABC) grants support the arts in local communities and the involvement of the arts and artists in community development and cultural […]

Call for submissions for the Rising Leaders of Color

Oregon theater artists/administrators/technicians! Theatre Communications Group (TCG) annouces the Rising Leaders of Color (RLC) Program, supported by Meyer Memorial Trust and Walt Disney Imagineering Creative Entertainment. Building on learnings from the 2016 Washington, DC program, the second round of RLC will focus on early-career leaders based in Oregon. This cohort will be featured in programming at […]

New Expressive Works Residency in Portland

New Expressive Works (N.E.W.) in Portland celebrates the creative power of diverse professional independent performing artists, by providing critical studio space for artistic research, education, and public performances. We are accepting applications for the 9th installment of our Residency program. We are seeking four artists who will receive 144 hours of rehearsal space over 6 […]

Magnetic North Seeking Members

Magnetic North is a collaborative working space. We have slots open for new members! Come join our community of wild eyed makers, dreamers, and doers. Magnetic North has a full silkscreen studio, a top notch wood working shop, and all the tools to make anything your heart desires. Membership costs $250.00 a month and gets […]

4/22 FREE Improv workshop

Sound Improv is a unique approach to theatrical improvisation created by Domeka Parker. This workshop will introduce participants to the foundations of Sound Improv. Whether you are new to improv or and “old pro”, Sound Improv offers original and effective exercises that develop skills quickly. The Sound Improv philosophy is grounded in strong acting, honest […]

Fine Art Crater Sought by Artwork Fine Art Services

Artwork Fine Art Services seeks an experienced Fine Art Crater. Successful applicant will have 3+ years of crate making experience and/or skilled wood working experience. Strong organizational and woodshop management skills are a must. Attention to detail and safety is essential. Must possess a working knowledge of how to safely package and crate both 2 […]

Call For Artwork: Monthly Shows for Multnomah Arts Center Gallery 2018

Announcing a Call to Artists for the 2018 Multnomah Arts Center Gallery schedule of monthly juried exhibits. Experienced and emerging artists living Oregon or Washington (in the vicinity of Portland) are invited to submit group and solo proposals for shows in the gallery. For more information about this Call to Artists, please contact Jaye Campbell […]

RACC Opportunity: Capacity Building Initiative for Culturally Specific Organizations

The Capacity Building Initiative will provide financial and capacity building support to arts organizations serving under-represented populations and whose leadership is majority under-represented individuals, so they may define and meet their needs for appropriate and sustainable infrastructure. Three organizations will be selected for this pilot year of the project. Organizations can expect to receive financial […]

4/26 ShowPDX Panel on Regional Design: Innovative and Functional Furniture Objects

ShowPDX Panel on Regional Design: Innovative and Functional Furniture Objects during Design Week Portland. Wednesday, April 26 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Creative Woodworking 1036 SE Taylor St. Portland, Oregon 97214 Moderated panel discussion by product designers specializing in furniture. Discussion subjects: replicable design, regional design influence and material sourcing. Followed by networking with snacks and […]

Arts Writers Grant Program

The Creative Capital and Andy Warhol Foundations are accepting applications for the Arts Writers Grant Program. Description: The Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant supports writers whose work addresses contemporary visual art. The Arts Writers grant supports both emerging and established writers who are writing about contemporary visual art. As long as […]

California Historical Society Book Award

The California Historical Society (CHS) and Heyday have established the California Historical Society Book Award for a book-length manuscript that makes an important contribution to both scholarship and to the greater community by deepening public understanding of some aspect of California history. The prize carries a $5,000 advance and publication in both print and e-book […]

Photographer — stock photography of Beaverton

The City of Beaverton is seeking a talented, contracted photographer to capture stock photography. Photographer will capture general city shots as well as special programs hosted by the city. Deliverables include high–quality digital files for publicity, website, publications, ads, social media, banners, presentations, and other media as needed. Photographer is responsible for securing signed releases, […]

Call for entries for Portland Dance Film Fest

SUBMIT YOUR DANCE FILM Portland Dance Film Fest invites dance filmmakers from around the world to submit their minis, shorts, & long dance films for PDFF’s first annual dance film festival. We will be looking for originality, innovative cinematography, and unique choreography. We are open to animation, documentary, & most forms of dance on camera. […]

Program Manager sought by Oregon Humanities

The Oregon Humanities team is a small group of idealistic, collaborative, creative people who are committed to bringing Oregonians together across differences, beliefs, and backgrounds. Each year, we offer hundreds of public conversations and programs across the state and tens of thousands of dollars in grants to organizations that, like us, believe in the power […]

Request For Proposal for Artistic Benches (Canby, OR)

The Canby Livability Coalition is issuing a request for the creation of two benches designed by an artist or artist team to provide seating in the Canby Bike Hub/shelter. Site Description We recently installed the bike hub/shelter in the Canby Art Park located at the corner of NW Territorial Road and N Holly Street in […]

Marketing & Development Associate (P/T) sought by Bag&Baggage

ABOUT BAG&BAGGAGE Located in the heart of downtown Hillsboro, Oregon (just 20 miles west of Portland), Bag&Baggage is a regionally and nationally acclaimed mid-sized professional theatre with a 12 year history of producing innovative, provocative retellings of classic English and American drama. B&B is one of two professional theatre companies in Washington County, and is […]

Calling all artists who work SMALL

A brand new gallery / retail space, the tiny llama, is opening in the Mississippi neighborhood in Portland. We are seeking artists who work specifically in small scale or in miniatures. Seeking any medium of work that could be considered small or tiny or mini – painting, drawing, sculpture, pins, patches, etc. Currently considering artists […]

Director of Patron and Donor Relations – Profile Theatre

Profile Theatre seeks an ambitious arts manager to serve as Director of Patron and Donor Relations. The position takes as a foundational concept the idea that the community of Profile Theatre supporters is best treated holistically. The Director of Patron and Donor Relations designs and executes all outward-facing communication, creating an integrated communications strategy, and […]

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