The Clackamas County Arts Alliance is pleased to announce the 2022 AEP CALL TO ARTISTS is now open. Artists living or working in Clackamas County can apply.
WACC is pleased to announce the Wilsonville Summer Performance Series! This is both a virtual series to be aired during the month of Au-gust 2021, and an opportunity for people to experience live perfor-mances on Friday and Saturday, July 16 & 17 as members of our live studio audiences present for the filming & recording of our acts for the virtual program.
The Cultural Advocacy Coalition announces that Oregon policymakers approved $50 million in funds to support cultural and community venues and nonprofits, plus $9.1 million in capital construction projects that further Oregon’s cultural growth.
Clackamas Repertory Theatre returns for its 17th season with Popcorn Falls, a two-man farce by James Hindman. Performances will take place outdoors at the John Hakanson Amphitheatre on the Clackamas Community College (CCC) campus, Thurs. through Sun., July 15 – August 15. General admission tickets are $30 and may be purchased at www.ClackamasRep.org or by calling 503-594-6047.
This past year has been one of evolution and adaptation as we found new and creative ways to engage Clackamas youth in the arts. With wonderful partners like Todos Juntos, Parrott Creek Child and Family Services, and the Clackamas Juvenile Department, YAC has come out stronger, wiser and more flexible than ever!
Our YAC Program Coordinator Christine Toth was able to serve as an artist juror for the Clackamas Education Service District (ESD) 2021 Regional Art Show.
We invite you to review all that we proudly accomplished during a year of unprecedented challenge, as well as unexpected inspiration.
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
This year presented us with many challenges, but we have been able to adapt, change, and create new ways to bring art programming to Clackamas County youth.
Please join us in officially welcoming Dianne Alves to the Arts Alliance!
The Arts Alliance “offices” will be closed from Wednesday, December 23, 2020 - January 3, 2021.
The latest Youth Arts for Change update from Courtney Rainwater, our Youth Arts for Change Coordinator
Two great youth art exhibits are on display at the Clackamas County Public Services Building right now! Even while you can’t see them in person, view them online.
Clackamas County Arts Alliance & Clackamas County Cultural Coalition to distribute $2,258,665 in Coronavirus Relief Funding Cultural Support to recipients in Clackamas and Washington Counties.
Americans for the Arts Action Fund has launched an exciting and educational ArtsVote campaign to educate voters on the important and clear steps they need to take to make their vote count and to do it EARLY.
A message from Clackamas County Cultural Coalition Vice-Chair, Sandy Carter, addressing the unique cultural moment we find ourselves in, and the Cultural Coalition's ability to fund projects that speak to this moment for 2021.
Through the Oregon Community Foundation's Oregon Arts and Culture Recovery Program we were granted much appreciated general operating support funds.
Be an #ArtsHero is a nationwide grassroots movement that has taken off in an effort to advocate for emergency arts relief from the United States Senate.