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 »
A light, sweet romantic comedy directed by Karlyn Love.
The Oregon City Festival of the Arts is looking for volunteers for August 9-11. Whatever time you can contribute would be greatly appreciated – whether it is a couple hours, a morning, an afternoon – or even the whole weekend!
If you live in the vicinity of Canby and always wanted to try acrylic fluid pouring, here’s your opportunity. Come have some painting fun while enjoying treats from Baker's Prairie Bakery. Taught by Cerebral Artworks.
The Travel Oregon Competitive Grants Program awards eligible applicants for projects that contribute to the development and improvement of local communities throughout the state.
Help inform the public about keeping our creeks and rivers clean through artistry! To apply, submit your drawing to help people learn about rain drains.
Your quarterly arts, cultural heritage and tourism guide for Summer 2019 in Clackamas County is here!
The Cider Squeeze is an annual event where families are welcome to squeeze their own cider, along with enjoying live music, folk dancing, kids games, tours of the historical houses, and much more. Their Project Grant supported two local music groups and a square dance group who performed throughout the day.
Clackamas County Health, Housing and Human Services and the Behavioral Health Division awarded the Arts Alliance the Super Heart Hero Award for the Ask the Question Project, our collaborative suicide awareness project.
Students at Baker Prairie Middle School in Canby participated in the Inter/View Project where they explored what it's like to take a portrait beyond the popular selfie.