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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.

Music Instructor/Director (P/T) sought by Oregon Repertory Singers

The Musicianship Instructor and Primo Choir Director supports the Oregon Repertory Singers Youth Choir Music Education Program (ORSYC) by teaching musicianship classes and assisting in rehearsal direction for Youth Choir singers. The primary role as instructor is to teach the curriculum developed by the Artistic Director and Musicianship Director. The primary role as Primo Choir […]

7/14 Photographing Your 2D Artwork Workshop at Sitka Center

Come to the Oregon coast for a professional development workshop that will improve your marketing efforts by learning to photograph your own 2D art. Instructor Kelly James will cover the basics of lighting, camera alignment, and color balance using lights that are readily available from a local hardware store. Bring your own camera and up […]

Volunteer at RACC

Regional Arts & Culture Council is an organization that supports the arts in the Portland tri-county region. We do this through grants to artists and arts organizations, resources and workshops for the arts community, management and collection of public art, and partnerships and programming that ensures that the arts are a part of every child’s school experience. We are eager to connect with new people interested […]

RACC Opportunity: Public Art Mural funding

The Regional Arts & Culture Council is now accepting applications for mural funding through its Public Art Murals Program. Applications are due the first Wednesday of every month. There are two routes to creating a community mural in Portland: The Public Art Murals Program is funded by the City of Portland and administered by the Regional Arts […]

RACC Opportunity: Public Art Mural funding

The Regional Arts & Culture Council is now accepting applications for mural funding through its Public Art Murals Program. Applications are due the first Wednesday of every month. There are two routes to creating a community mural in Portland: The Public Art Murals Program is funded by the City of Portland and administered by the Regional Arts […]

RACC Opportunity: Public Art Mural funding

The Regional Arts & Culture Council is now accepting applications for mural funding through its Public Art Murals Program. Applications are due the first Wednesday of every month. There are two routes to creating a community mural in Portland: The Public Art Murals Program is funded by the City of Portland and administered by the Regional Arts […]

RACC Opportunity: Request for Qualifications for the RACC Mural Roster

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) in Portland, Oregon, invites artists living in Oregon and Washington to submit qualifications for a roster of artists qualified to create murals. Artists remain on the roster for three years, after which time they will be asked to reapply. The deadline for submitting application materials is the first […]

RACC Opportunity: Request for Qualifications for the RACC Mural Roster

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) in Portland, Oregon, invites artists living in Oregon and Washington to submit qualifications for a roster of artists qualified to create murals. Artists remain on the roster for three years, after which time they will be asked to reapply. The deadline for submitting application materials is the first […]

RACC Opportunity: Request for Qualifications for the RACC Mural Roster

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) in Portland, Oregon, invites artists living in Oregon and Washington to submit qualifications for a roster of artists qualified to create murals. Artists remain on the roster for three years, after which time they will be asked to reapply. The deadline for submitting application materials is the first […]

National Endowment for the Arts awards $30,000 for The Right Brain Initiative

PORTLAND, ORE — National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu has approved more than $82 million to fund local arts projects across the country in the NEA’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year 2017. Included in this announcement is an Art Works award of $30,000 to The Right Brain Initiative, the arts integration […]

Video Instructor (Full Time Tenure Track) sought by Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC)

Mt. Hood Community College is seeking a full-time Digital Film & Video instructor for the Integrated Media Program. The qualified applicant will have the proficiency to teach a range of film courses including but not limited to non-linear editing, digital camera, lighting, distribution and project management. She/he will also serve as a mentor and advisor […]

Open Cover Art Submission sought by Oregon Humanities magazine

We are excited to feature the work of Oregon writers and artists in the pages of Oregon Humanities. If you’re an Oregon artist and have work that we might consider for the Summer 2017 issue, on the theme “Claim,” we’d love to know about it. Please familiarize yourself with our publication (back issues viewable online […]

7/21 OVLA Legal Clinic for Artists

Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts offers 50 minute legal clinic sessions with volunteer attorneys who specialize in arts and entertainment. Our volunteer attorneys can answer your questions about contracts, cease and desist letters, copyright, trademark, and other issues. To be eligible for a clinic session, individual artists must have an annual household income of […]

Open Signal Fall New Media Fellowships

Open Signal is now taking applications for fall term of our New Media Fellowship program, which provides time, space and resources for mediamakers to create new works of innovative, socially engaged digital media. During the Fellowship, six media artists will produce and complete work on-site with Open Signal equipment, staff support and community input. The residency, which lasts 10 […]

Patron Services Representative (P/T) sought by the Oregon Symphony

Looking to be a part of Oregon’s largest and most vibrant arts organizations while earning extra income? Consider joining the Oregon Symphony’s Teleservices Call Center team! As a Patron Services Representative with the Oregon Symphony, you will call our patrons for both ticket sales and fundraising. This is a part-time, year round, hourly position, requiring […]

Marketing Volunteers needed by Oregon Ballet Theatre School

Oregon Ballet Theatre School is seeking volunteers to assist with distribution of materials throughout Lake Oswego, West Linn, Milwaukie, Oregon City, Gladstone, Tigard, Tualatin, Happy Valley and Clackamas County. We are in need of 6-10 volunteers between June 21-July 1, 2017 who can commit to 3-5 hours of distributing materials to businesses and public bulletin […]

Call for “Marginalized: Edges and Gutters” (WA)

CoCA is delighted to offer our members the CoCA Sketchbook, a CoCA publication with (mostly) blank pages for notes and sketches. The second in a series, Marginalized: Edges and Gutters, will thematically explore what it means to exist on the periphery and literally push artwork to the boundaries of the printed page. This call explores […]

Help Pass Oregon’s First Ever “Equitable Access to Arts Education Task Force”

Issued by Chris Coleman on behalf of the Oregon Cultural Advocacy Coalition on 6/5/17 ….Last week (6/1/17) Christine sent a message asking advocates to take action in support of arts education. And many of you responded (thank you!) but, SB 313 is still sitting in committee. (SB 313 creates Oregon’s first ever Task Force on […]

Reser Family Foundation Grants

The Reser Family Foundation has identified four Cornerstones to guide giving, based on our desire to strengthen Oregonians: Education Health The Arts Environment Impact Areas We also identified Impact Areas within each Cornerstone to provide guidance to partner applicants related to the types of grants we generally support. Our Impact Areas help identify the types […]

Walters Family Foundation Grants

The Walters Family Foundation was established in 1999 with the primary interest of funding activities or organizations which address the needs of youth, families, and the elderly. The Foundation has a commitment to bettering the lives of the less fortunate with a particular interest in local community centers and public park and recreation department programs. […]

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