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 »
This book club selects well-reviewed books of all genres including fiction and nonfiction. Participants are welcome to bring their lunch. August: The Woman They Could Not Silence by Kate Moore
An after school program for teens to craft, game and meet new friends!
A mobile pop-up library! Rover is an 8-week pilot project designed to help meet patrons’ library needs on-the-go.
4 weeks, 4 bands! Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts, Sister Mercy, Jennifer Batten and Full Stream, Radical Revolution
Recommended for students who’ve completed the beginning class or have equivalent experience. Students learn more complicated chords, strum and picking techniques, and more songs.
Students will learn basic chords, strum techniques, and simple songs.
Explore the exciting, challenging medium of transparent watercolor! Learn to mix colors, the basics of composition, and the elements of perspective and drawing.
Teens will have an opportunity to learn from Chapel Theatre professionals in the areas of acting, movement theatre, dance, improv,
Seeking an Arts Education & Grants Coordinator. The successful candidate will manage grant programs and services including Arts Learning, Operating Support, Small Operating, Arts Build Communities, as well as Arts Access Reimbursement.
The 2022 Basil & Art Festival is a revamped festival featuring a juried art show from local artists, artisan booths, and more!
Mt. Hood Territory is seeking design services for new graphics for their Explorer Trails programs
This Program will provide up to $10 million in grant assistance to live event support industry service providers that have experienced financial hardships as an outcome of public health measures necessitated by the COVID-19 public health emergency.
The CCAA Artist Exhibit Program 2023 Call to Artists will open mid-September 2022, to coincide with our CCAA new website launch!
We've got a new look coming your way!
After more than a year postponement, the Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 (AEP6) study will get underway mid-2022.
We're excited to welcome Co-Chairs John Serra and Elaine Swyt!