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.

Summer 2017 Book Arts Workshops at Sitka Center

Books are so much more than symbols on a printed page. Discover forms like Star Book in a Hexagon Box, or nature-based materials in Pulp Ecology, Rust Print Journal and Sitka Spruce Papermaking. Explore the art of gilding letters, bookbinding techniques and Italic handwriting. Come to the coast and dive into a variety of 2017 […]

Summer 2017 3D Visual Art Workshops at Sitka Center

From creating Recycled Metal Frames to Mosaic Water Fountains, Wet Carved Concrete, Hand-building Abstracted Nature in clay, to making a Bamboo Pendant Lamp– Sitka Center has a sculpture workshop for you! Come to the Oregon coast this summer and discover a new medium in 3D forms inspired by the nature of Cascade Head. Visit our […]

Summer/Fall 2017 Writing Workshops at Sitka Center

Do you have a story to tell? Sitka offers writing workshops in everything from simple journaling or writing essays to actually structuring a novel or memoir. Transform your travel memories into prose in The Writer Abroad with Joanne Mulcahy, or Wield the Pen to Make a Difference with Laura Moulton. Novelist/poet Kim Stafford and PEN/Hemingway […]

Summer 2017 2D Visual Art Workshops at Sitka Center

Painters, printmakers, photographers, the Oregon coast is calling! A wide variety of 2D visual art workshops are offered this summer at the Sitka Center. Choose from oil and acrylic painting, cold wax, watercolor, collage, science illustration, drawing, printing, encaustic and much more! Most workshops welcome all skill levels from beginner to advanced. See website for […]

Opportunity (paid) for emerging stage directors and choreographers

The Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation is accepting applications from emerging directors and choreographers for paid opportunities to observe the work of master directors and choreographers as they create productions for Broadway, Off-Broadway, and at leading regional theaters across the country. Through the program, SDCF Observers may have access to the entire rehearsal process, from first […]

Summer 2017 Fiber Arts Workshops at Sitka Center

Come to the Oregon coast for a new experience in fiber arts! Choose from workshops like inkle loom weaving, felted handbags, silk scarf painting or traditional Japanese Shibori dyeing on cloth and paper. Top level instruction in an inspiring setting; these workshops open to all skill levels. See website for details.

The Littlest Gallery (Corvallis)

In Ugly Art Room’s 7 years of curating, we have presented art shows on a relatively small scale. But not this small. Introducing “The Littlest Gallery” – a 33″H x 28″W x 1″D glass case where we are challenging artists to think “inside the box.” The gallery is on the wall of a building and […]

4/10-7/10 Grantwriting Classes for Artists

How to Talk About Yourself: A Grant & Proposal-Writing Workshop for Artists $100 Monday, April 10 or Monday, July 10 at 7-8:30 p.m. Whether you’re writing your first grant, applying for fellowships, or crafting an artists’ statement, this 90-minute online class is designed to help individual artists learn how to communicate about yourself, your work, […]

Call for “Disturbance” (CA)

We feel that almost every artist comprehends and feels on a different level than most people the concept of Disturbance. It’s a feeling or thought that creates a dissonance in spirit. But isn’t that what creativity evolves out of? Disturbance can be discontent, a different perspective, a conveying of hard truth, horrible unrest, or a […]

Artist’s Studio Space to Share with One Other Artist

Great workspace in inner SE: 200+ sq. ft available in overall 450 sq. ft. studio, with windows, garage door open to good light and weather, exhaust fan, quiet heat, portable A/C; wireless internet, 60 amp 220 electric service. Great price-approx. $1.10/sq. ft., plus 1/2 monthly utilities (inexpensive) Great location-Mt. Tabor area, on 2 bus lines, […]

“Visual Chronicle of Portland” exhibition opens at the Portland Building, March 28 – April 21

PORTLAND, ORE – A special exhibition focusing on new acquisitions to the Visual Chronicle of Portland collection opens at the Portland Building on March 28th. The Visual Chronicle of Portland, a collection of original works-on-paper that portray artists’ perceptions of what makes Portland unique, has been steadily growing since its inception in 1985 and now boasts […]


My post today will not be breaking news to followers of the National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities, but grassroots advocacy is essential over the next few months. While Oregon is lucky to have an arts supportive – even passionate – Congressional delegation, we all must make our voices heard […]

Programs Fellow (paid) sought by Newspace Center for Photography

Newspace Center for Photography is now accepting applications for a dynamic and motivated individual to be a Programs Fellow. The individual will contribute to the coordination, research and community engagement efforts in support of our upcoming exhibition and traveling public programs series ‘Exposing the Archive’ taking place in October & November 2017. This opportunity is […]

MacDowell Fellowship Fall 2017 residency season

The MacDowell Colony provides time, space, and an inspiring environment to artists of exceptional talent. A MacDowell Fellowship consists of exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for two weeks to two months. The MacDowell Colony believes that all talented artists should have the opportunity a MacDowell Fellowship provides. There […]

4/29 RACC Workshop: Grant Writing for Individual Artists: ¡Rompe las dudas de como aplicar a un grant!

¡Haz tus proyectos a realidad! This hands-on grant writing workshop is focused on demystifying the grant writing process and empowering individual artists to create meaningful, organized projects that make a positive impact in the community, and get funded. The workshop presents tools and concepts that include strategic planning, project production, and goal setting for accomplishing […]

Metro’s Placemaking Grants

Metro’s new placemaking grants support creative projects that strengthen social fabric and foster connection to place. What is placemaking? Placemaking is creative and community-driven. It defies easy definition, but successful placemaking projects share a few key characteristics. Placemaking brings people together to shape their surroundings, helping communities create the change they want to see in […]

Youth Volunteers for Original Summer Theater Project

Urbaca Salon is seeking production interns for a film/theater project we are working on this summer with triangle productions! as part of The Ghostlight Series. Interns will work in various aspects of producing this show, including: interviewing, filming, editing, social media marketing, performance and stage management. Previous experience welcome but not necessary. Project begins planning […]

IMLS Grant for Museums

Museums for America (MFA) grants support projects that strengthen the ability of an individual museum to serve its public. Museums Empowered: Professional Development and Capacity Building Opportunities for Museums is a special MFA initiative to provide professional development and capacity building opportunities for eligible museums. IMLS encourages applicants to invest in the professional development of […]

Marketing Manager (P/T) for Restore Oregon

Background information:  Restore Oregon is a statewide 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1977 and a partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  Our mission is to preserve, reuse, and pass forward the historic places that make our communities livable and sustainable.  Our office environment is suited to self-directed, positive, entrepreneurial individuals who are collaborative, […]

Brimstone Award for Applied Storytelling

National Storytelling Network is accepting preliminary proposals for the Brimstone Award for Applied Storytelling. Description: The National Storytelling Network is dedicated to advancing the art of storytelling — as a performing art, a process of cultural transformation, and more. The National Storytelling Network seeks to support a community-focused project that focuses on the transformative properties of storytelling in […]

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