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.

Fundraising Development Associate (P/T) sought by Kúkátónón

The Fundraising Development Associate is responsible for is responsible for actively supporting the fundraising and development activities of Kúkátónón. This includes but is not limited to the administrative support and office management of Kúkátónón, development of collateral materials and publications for fundraising, plus support for the Board of Directors (BOD). Part Time (10-15 hours per […]

Scholarship for Performers at Arts Oasis (Italy)

Several scholarships for this event are available now! Golden Autumn Arts Oasis – October 25 – 30, 2017 – Tuscany – Italy Arts Oasis opens its doors again to performers from all continents! Develop your professional skills with joy! Apply today to get a scholarship. Each scholarship covers 200 EUR of the total participation fee. […]

Bilingual Administrative Assistant sought by Youth Music Project

Youth Music Project, a nonprofit 501(c)3 music school located in West Linn, provides outstanding music education to students pre K-12. YMP offers group and private music lessons, and provides students with state of the art performance and recording opportunities. Families who qualify for the free or reduced school lunch program or SNAP are eligible for […]

Call for Workshop Proposals: 2018 Newport Paper & Book Arts Festival

Oregon Coast Council for the Arts is accepting proposals for workshops on paper, paper-related and book-arts subjects for the 2018 Newport Paper & Book Arts Festival XXIII. We welcome new and innovative techniques as well as traditional processes. We encourage you to submit multiple workshops for consideration. Previous workshops have included Asian, Coptic and Japanese […]

Local call for artists

Call to Artists & Creatives East Creative Collective, a community of artists and makers working in the East Creative building, has joined the Central Eastside Art Walk by opening its studios to the public and closing its street to host spaces for a curated selection of local artists and makers each month from 6:00 – […]

2018 City of Auburn (WA) Art Galleries

The City of Auburn, Washington is seeking artists and/or artist groups working in two-dimensional or small three-dimensional media to exhibit their work at three City of Auburn gallery spaces during 2018. Galleries are within City operated buildings including City Hall, Auburn Senior Center (Cheryl Sallee Gallery) and Community and Event Center. Artists and/or artists groups […]

Art on Main Window-front Installation (Auburn, WA)

A program of the City of Auburn, Art on Main selects regional artists to install 3-dimensional or multi-media art installations in a public window-front exhibition space in downtown Auburn. The program offers a $1,000 artist stipend to support the creation of new work and site-specific projects, or the installation of existing work. No application fee. […]

RACC teams up with the The Standard to keep the Portland Building’s public art on display

As City Bureaus begin relocating their offices in advance of the Portland Building renovation RACC has also been working to find temporary storage for the many public art works that will be displaced during construction. Portlandia will stay put on the building’s west façade, but the iconic 35 foot high sculpture will be screened off […]

Search Committee update for August 31

RACC’s Search Committee continues to meet weekly. RFPs for executive search services were due to RACC on August 16, and we have narrowed those RFPs down to three finalists. We expect to announce our search firm shortly. As always, you are invited to email with your questions and other feedback. We are grateful for […]

Arts Education: Join the Movement

by Maya McFaddin, RACC Arts Education Community Engagement Associate It seems that each day we are facing new and more difficult challenges than the day before. At times, it is tough to maintain our hope and strength, let alone any sense of normalcy in our families, jobs, and daily routines amidst the overwhelming political and […]

Empathy and Creative Expression: Why the Arts are Critical

By Deb Vaughn, Education Coordinator, Oregon Arts Commission In a 2016 article in The Denver Post, Kurt MacDonald compares the desire to produce competitive 21st century workers to the intent of dog breeders working to produce ideal canines. “Both sought to achieve their ends by refining and concentrating valuable attributes into purebreds (dogs) and national […]

Call for Photographs: “The Decisive Moment”

Twentieth century French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson described the decisive moment as ‘the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event as well as of a precise organization of forms which give that event its proper expression.” While the concept of the decisive moment is often associated with dynamic, synchronic […]

Rejoice! Open Call to Dancers

Rejoice! Diaspora Dance Theater is seeking dance artists looking for more professional performance opportunities. Participants in the Community Ensemble will perform with the company in the Fall production of UPRISE, October 20-22nd at Reed College Greenwood Theater. This performance is intended to push our role as artists in our political climate. Participants should be prepared […]

Call for “Teenage Dream”

Who was your first crush? When you were younger, what did you want to do for a living? What was your teenage dream? Artists have a lot in common with teenagers. We can be awkward and unable to communicate our thoughts clearly, but man – we can dream and create like nobody’s business. Like teenagers, […]

IT Associate sought by Portland Center Stage

Portland Center Stage seeks an enthusiastic and motivated Information Technology Associate. This position is full-time, non-exempt, assists the IT Administrator in daily operations for PCS’s Computer System and Network, and serves as the principal user help desk. Such operations include ongoing inventory, maintenance, repair, and ordering for IT systems, desktop hardware and software. Some qualifications: […]

New Native American Artist Residency offered by Ucross Foundation (WY)

The artist residency program Ucross in north central Wyoming has created a new fellowship for Native American visual artists. Ucross President Sharon Dynak said they decided to pursue the fellowship because they haven’t seen as many applications from Native artists as they’d like, even though their ranch is located near both the Wind River and Crow reservations. […]

Catalyst Initiative – Open Call for Applications

The Catalyst Initiative supports place-based project teams comprised of an individual artist and a civic (community, non-profit, or municipal) partner to conceive and execute a small-scale local arts-based project created in response to an expressed need by the partner. Artists of any discipline are eligible to apply. CPCP offers the cohort of artists and civic […]

Private Workspace, beautiful natural light available

Great people, great location, great place to focus! 11′ x 11′ space lends itself to an office and/or workspace. 4 full walls, large but private windows and a locking door makes this an unusually wonderful space to work! Perhaps best shared with 2 people? work only, NO LIVE-INS No welding nor oil painting $675/month includes […]

Oregon Arts Commission Career Opportunity Grants

Career Opportunity Grants support individual Oregon artists by enabling them to take advantage of unique opportunities to enhance their careers through the development of arts, business or professional skills; expanded marketing capacity and/or the further development of the nature or quality of their artwork. The following list, while not including all potential activities for which […]

Oregon Arts Commission Small Operating Grants

The Oregon Arts Commission established this grant program in 2015 to provide operating support for organizations with an annual operating budget of less than $150,000 that are locally-based arts organizations. The program is in keeping with the OAC’s Strategic Plan and is an ongoing effort to streamline and simplify the grant application and review process. One of […]

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