OUR PATH TO THE FUTURE


We exist in a future where Clackamas County is full of diverse, vibrant arts and culture which is accessible to and reflects every distinct community, touching each resident wherever they are… from mountain hamlets to riverside villages, from suburban cities to rural farms. Read our vision »

Small Hands-on Classes and Workshops on Mount Hood

Deadline:

Small ‘hands on’ classes and workshops in Government Camp, on Mount Hood.

Unique Artist Opportunity

Deadline: 05/30/2019

Artists of all ages and skill level are invited to submit up to three 2D artworks for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival Art Exhibit. Two $100 cash prizes will be awarded among the artists selected to participate in the exhibition!

RACC Project Grants

Deadline: 06/05/2019

Information Sessions: RACC offers free, optional information sessions for interested applicants in the month preceding each Inquiry Application deadline. The next information sessions will be held May 13, 18, 29, and 30 ahead of the June 5 deadline.

Call for submissions for Poets and Artists Calendar

Deadline: 06/15/2019

Call for submissions for a calendar to feature Clackamas County poets and artists! Twelve writers and 12 artists will be selected for the first annual calendar produced by the Clackamas County Arts Alliance.

Call for submissions for Poets and Artists Calendar

Call for submissions for a calendar to feature Clackamas County poets and artists! Twelve writers and 12 artists will be selected for the first annual calendar produced by the Clackamas County Arts Alliance.

Youth Arts for Change Inter/View Project Kicks Off

The Inter/View Project after school photography class at Baker Prairie Middle School in Canby is focused on making black and white portraits and images that are representative of each youth that go beyond the popular selfie.

Cultural Coalition Grant Recipient Feature: Youth Music Project

This month, we are happy to feature Clackamas County Cultural Coalition Project Grant recipient Youth Music Project. The award was used to support the cost of their Tuition Assistance Program which ensures that no child willing to participate in music education will be turned away for financial reasons.

Introducing our Newest AEP Gallery

We are proud to announce our newest gallery at Lake Oswego Adult Community Center! Lake Oswego ACC joins 17 other exhibit spaces in 11 public gallery venues in Clackamas County displaying original artwork by local artists. Other venues include county buildings, libraries, hospitals and health centers.


SUPPORT THE ARTS

The Arts Alliance has filled an essential need in Clackamas County since 1994. No other organization provides services countywide to artists, writers, performers and cultural organizations … but we couldn’t have done it without your help. Nearly 40 percent of our operating income comes from donors just like you! Learn more ›

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