The Arts Alliance is excited to announce the promotion of Suzi Anderson to Programs Coordinator! Suzi will lead the coordination of several key programs for the Arts Alliance and Cultural Coalition, including the Artist Exhibit Program, Art Extravaganza, and the... Read More »
The Clackamas County Arts Alliance and the Pamplin Media Group have partnered to create a unique opportunity in which Pamplin Media Group will produce and distribute a quarterly arts, cultural heritage and tourism guide for Clackamas County. This full color... Read More »
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Clackamas County Arts Alliance opening doors to positive change Clackamas Review – September 20, 2017 by Ellen Spitaleri Youth Arts for Change aims to use the arts as a catalyst to open doors for youth, promoting positive change, and forging... Read More »
YAC partners with The Living Room to showcase the work of 10 young artists through August 1 at Clackamas County's Public Services Building in Oregon City.
Clackamas County’s Nonprofit Arts and Culture Industry Generates $14.8 million in Economic Activity and Supports 417 Jobs Annually According to Americans for the Arts
We are delighted to announce a recent grant of $7,500 from Juan Young Trust. We send a huge Thank You to the Trust for four consecutive years of supporting our Youth Arts for Change program! More information on our Youth... Read More »
The Cultural Plan guides funding decisions, and requires comprehensive review now to ensure future needs are met.
Congratulations to our 2017 Clackamas County Cultural Coalition Project Grant Recipients! The Project Grants are awarded annually for arts, heritage and/or humanities based projects.
Our year-long Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 study came to an end on December 31.
We would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You to the many people who helped us make 2016 a wonderful and productive year for the Clackamas County Arts Alliance!
Clackamas County Arts Alliance announces the selection of 49 Individual Artists and 2 Artist Groups to exhibit in the 2017 Artist Exhibit Program.
Partnerships and collaborations are not just buzzwords at the Clackamas County Arts Alliance, but are the core of all we do. Through forging relationships with Clackamas County organizations, agencies, educational institutions and artists we are able to provide a wide... Read More »
Lisa Smith Clackamas County Arts Alliance Youth Arts For Change Program Coordinator Article in November 2, 2016 Wilsonville Spokesman A lifelong passion evolving…. Coming to Clackamas Community College Nov. 7, Portland-based photographer and Oregon transplant Lisa Smith is bringing 15... Read More »
Parrott Creek Child & Family Services presented Clackamas County Arts Alliance with the Heart of Service award during a reception for invited guests on November 2, 2016 at Ainsworth House. The award recognized the excellent and productive collaboration offered by... Read More »
The Arts Mean Business The Clackamas County Arts Alliance has joined Arts & Economic Prosperity 5, a national study measuring the economic impact of nonprofit arts and culture organizations and their audiences. The research study is being conducted by Americans... Read More »
Clackamas County Arts Alliance among the 127 arts organizations that received more than $1.2 million in Operating Support Grants from the Oregon Arts Commission! Whether designing giant sea sculptures from ocean trash or raising the bar for contemporary dance choreography,... Read More »
Youth Theatre for Change offers outlet for young voices Clackamas Review August 3, 2016 by Ellen Spitaleri “Seek first to understand, then to be understood,” said Kirk Mouser, adding, “Our youth in Clackamas County hold the key to our future.”... Read More »
Did you know? The Clackamas County Arts Alliance sends a report each week to Commissioner Martha Schrader sharing a couple of arts & culture events taking place in Clackamas County! Each Thursday the Board of County Commissioners holds a business... Read More »
The Youth Arts for Change Program wrapped up another successful Comics Group Program! In it’s third year, this collaborative project with Parrott Creek Child and Family Services teaches drawing and illustration as a tool to facilitate acquisition of positive skills... Read More »