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 »

2020 Poets and Artists Calendar on Sale Now!

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Celebrate the creativity throughout Clackamas County all year long with our 2020 Poets and Artists Calendar! Calendar sales support the Arts Alliance and we bring arts and culture programming to every corner of the county.

Sandy Library Adult Paint Night

Deadline: 12/14/2019

Sandy Public Library presents  Adult Paint Night Saturday, December 14, 6:30 pm Sandy Library Community Room Local artist, Melissa Lawrence,... Read More »

Call to Artists: Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts – Special Exhibit

Deadline: 02/02/2020

Call to Artists Lakewood Festival of the Arts – Special Exhibit Brilliant! Jewelers Making Statements Deadline: February 2, 2020 The... Read More »

Metro Community Placemaking Grants

Deadline: 02/03/2020

Program & Location: Metro Community Placemaking Grants Deadline: Noon on Monday, February 3, 2020 Details: Applications are now open for... Read More »

2020 Poets and Artists Calendar on Sale Now!

Celebrate the creativity throughout Clackamas County all year long with our 2020 Poets and Artists Calendar! Calendar sales support the Arts Alliance and we bring arts and culture programming to every corner of the county.

Wild & Scenic Film Festival Art Exhibit

This is the second year that we have curated a special companion art exhibit for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival.  The film festival celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act.

Youth Arts for Change News: Artistic Minds Project Starts New Chapter

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: Wilsonville Festival of Arts

Wilsonville Festival of Arts is this month’s featured Cultural Coalition grant recipient. In its 20th year, the festival was held Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2. WFA used Clackamas County Cultural Coalition funds to support artist commissions of interactive, multi-sensory art installations and interactive arts programs.


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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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