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 »
In this video, the instructor shows you how to fold a mushroom, reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest's wet season.
With this particular video, Yumi will introduce three Japanese music instruments: Taiko Drums, Shinobue (bamboo flute), and Tsugaru Shamisen (Japanese lute).
Creating Strong Characters is a short class on how to develop on stage personas utilizing voice, body, and movement.
This class will cover basic color theory. Acrylic paints and a pallete knife are used to blend primary and secondary colors. An activity will be introduced to enhance color blending skills.
All Classical Portland presents “Recording Inclusivity Initiative: Changing America’s Playlist” ChallengeDeadline: 02/12/2021
All Classical Portland presents “Recording Inclusivity Initiative: Changing America’s Playlist” Challenge Deadline: February 12, 2021 All Classical Portland announced the... Read More »
A workshop for teaching artists - Participants will learn questioning strategies and will have an opportunity to put them into practice in live time with other teaching artists.
Clackamas County Arts Alliance announces the re-selection from our AEP 2020 call of 48 Individual Artists and 4 Artist Groups to exhibit in the 2021 Artist Exhibit Program.
The Arts Alliance is seeking additional members for our Board of Directors as well as members to participate in our new committees.
Clackamas County Cultural Coalition Distributes $39,000 to 17 Local Grant Recipients. New Funding Will Be Used to Support Local Arts, Heritage & Humanities Projects
Using Re-Imagine grant funds, the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center has produced new virtual content that people can experience... Read More »