Sandy Library: Art Supply Swap

Sandy Public Library  Art Supply Swap Sunday, February 11, 2 pm Sandy Public Library Community Room Anyone who crafts will end up with things they no longer need. Trade them for things you do need! Bring those brushes you never used... Read More »

Audition Notice: “Sister Act”

Lakewood Theater Company  Auditions by appointment for Sister Act the musical Saturday and Sunday, February 10 and 11, 2018 Lakewood Center for the Arts, Lake Oswego Lakewood Theatre Company will be having open auditions for roles in the musical Sister Act... Read More »

Sound Transit Art Program: 2018 Artist Pool Expansion RFQ

BUDGET RANGE: $3,000 – $750,000 for designing and fabricating a variety of large-scale, discrete, temporary, and community engagement art projects ELIGIBILITY: Professional artists or artist teams living and working in the U.S. are eligible to apply. Sound Transit staff, project personnel... Read More »

Milwaukie Poetry Series: Prose Poem Writing Workshop

Milwaukie Poetry Series presents Chairs that Fly and Other Wonders: A Friendly Introduction to the Prose Poem A writing workshop by Annie Lighthart Saturday, February 3, 2018, 10 am – 1 pm The Ledding Library Pond House, Milwaukie  If you’ve been curious... Read More »

Wielding the Pen to Make a Difference

  Wielding the Pen to Make a Difference  Saturday & Sunday, March 3 & 4 9 am – 5 pm Lewis & Clark Graduate School  Laura Moulton, MFA Lately, watching the nightly news can take a mental toll, and it... Read More »

Call to Choreographers and Dancers

Beaverton Ten Tiny Dances  Seeking Proposals from Master-level Choreographers and Dancers Deadline: Monday, April 2, 11:59 pm, Pacific Standard Time The City of Beaverton Arts Program is seeking proposals from choreographers to create and perform a dance as part of Ten... Read More »

Beaverton Diverse Art Offerings Grants

City of Beaverton Community Grants  The Beaverton Arts Program provides financial support for non-profit visual, written and performing arts organizations who serve the Beaverton community. All events or activities funded by either opportunity must take place within the Beaverton School... Read More »

Beaverton Offers Community Grants

City of Beaverton Community Grants  The Beaverton Arts Program provides financial support for non-profit visual, written and performing arts organizations who serve the Beaverton community. All events or activities funded by either opportunity must take place within the Beaverton School... Read More »

CCTCA Heritage Capital Improvements Grants

Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs (CCTCA)  Heritage Capital Improvements Grants Minimum Request: $500     Maximum Request: $20,000 Deadline: June 20, 2018 Heritage Capital Improvement Grants are intended to provide support for capital improvements, unique opportunities or unforeseen needs.... Read More »

CCTCA Community Partnership Program Grants

Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs (CCTCA)  Community Partnership Program Grant Minimum Request: $250     Maximum Request: $20,000 per community Deadline: 5:00 pm, Monday, March 5, 2018 Community Partnership Program (CPP) Grants are made available by Oregon’s Mt. Hood... Read More »

Audition Notice: “And a Nightingale Sang”

Audition Notice:  And a Nightingale Sang by C.P. Taylor, Directed by Joni Tabler  Saturday, January 20, 10 am, Immanuel Lutheran Church in Sandy (in the basement) Sunday, January 21, 6 pm, Sandy Actors Theatre About the Play Time: World War II Place: Newcastle-on-Tyne, England... Read More »

Lake Oswego Tourism Grant Opportunity

The City of Lake Oswego is currently accepting applications from organizations that wish to apply for financial assistance to promote projects and events that bring out of town visitors to Lake Oswego for the 2018-19 fiscal year.

Lake Oswego Municipal Grant Opportunity

The City of Lake Oswego is currently accepting applications from non-profit organizations that wish to apply for financial assistance under the categories of special services, and social services and cultural grants for the 2018-19 fiscal year.

Oregon Humanities: Talking About Dying

Oregon Humanities: Talking About Dying  Tuesday, January 30, 6:30 pm Canby Public Library Reflect on the stories and influences that shape the thinking about death and dying and hear different perspectives and ideas. Facilitated by a trained professional. This program... Read More »

Donate Artwork to artMART

Program: Arts Council of Lake Oswego artMART Dates: December 27 – January 13, 11 am – 4 pm daily Location: 510 Museum & ARTspace Details: A great opportunity to clean out your art collection and collectibles, along with finding some new treasures during... Read More »

Call to Artists: Tualatin Visual Chronicle

Program and Location: Tualatin Visual Chronicle, Tualatin, Oregon  Eligibility: All artists in the greater Pacific Northwest Submission Deadline: Friday, February 2, 2018, 3:30 pm Program Description: The purpose of the Tualatin Visual Chronicle is to create a visual record of Tualatin in... Read More »

Call to Teen Artists: 2018 Teen Summer Reading Artwork Contest

Program and Location: Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC) 2018 Teen Summer Reading Artwork Contest Eligibility: Amateur artists ages 12-18 at time of submission. (Entrants who have previously been awarded First Prize are ineligible to participate. Officers, employees and representatives of... Read More »

Metro offering Community Placemaking grants

Metro Community Placemaking Grants   Applications open: January 5, 2018 Applications due: Noon on February 2, 2018 Awards announced: Mid-April, 2018 Funds available: Late June, 2018 The Community Placemaking program supports creative, community-driven projects that strengthen social fabric, foster connection to place and... Read More »