e are grateful to be a part of this vibrant community. The Alliance is a nonprofit working to support, develop and promote access to all the arts in every county community.
Be a part of supporting regional artists and enriching the community by becoming an AEP gallery!
Congratulations to our 2019 Clackamas County Cultural Coalition Project Grant Recipients!
2019 - Celebrating 25 years of keeping arts & culture central to life in Clackamas County!
In honor of Cheryl Snow’s 20 years of dedicated service to the Clackamas County Arts Alliance, Board President Kevin Yell proudly announced the creation of The Cheryl Snow Fund for Youth Arts.
Youth Arts for Change students, teachers, and families gathered at Baker Prairie Middle School on December 5 to mark the completion of an 8-week after school program in which youth explored ideas about identity through the medium of silkscreening.
We are pleased to announce Kirsten Rian has accepted the position of executive director at Clackamas County Arts Alliance, effective January 7, 2019.
The latest installment in our “Staff Engage the Arts" series. Cheryl votes for Oregon Kid Governor!
The Clackamas County Arts Alliance and the Pamplin Media Group have partnered to create a unique opportunity in which Pamplin Media Group will produce and distribute a quarterly arts, cultural heritage and tourism guide for Clackamas County. This full color... Read More »
55 Individual Artists & 3 Artist Groups Selected for 2019 Clackamas County Arts Alliance – Artist Exhibit Program!
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On October 10, we had the privilege of celebrating the four artists participating in our special Artist Exhibit Program ¡Hola Arte! exhibit.
After twenty years as Executive Director, Cheryl Snow will retire from Clackamas County Arts Alliance at the end of this year.
On behalf of the Clackamas County Arts Alliance and its Board of Directors, it is with pleasure and sadness, but also with great anticipation, that we announce the retirement of Cheryl Snow as our Executive Director at the end of this year.
The latest installment in our “Staff Engage the Arts" series was written by Keren Baldwin, CCAA Operations Manager.
For the third time running, the Clackamas County Cultural Guide won an award in the Better Newspaper Contest, put on by the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association.
KATU News was there to document our launch of the year-long Ask the Question Project.
The City of Wilsonville is undertaking a community enhancement program project to craft a ‘Public Investment Strategy for Arts, Heritage & Culture.’
The Clackamas County Cultural Coalition currently seeks proposals for the 2019 Community Cultural Participation Project Grant Program.