May 22, 2018

As you can see from simply a brief scan of this newsletter, CCAA programs and projects are busy this month! Their success is a combination of many factors: your own interest and support, our passionate and dedicated staff, and funding from those who believe in what we are doing, like Juan Young Trust. We recently learned the Trust has provided grant funds to our Youth Arts for Change program for the fifth consecutive year! Our Board and staff join me in sending gratitude and appreciation for Juan Young Trust’s continued investment in our work. Read full newsletter

April 17, 2018

Art Extravaganza 2018 … “the best ever!” … is what I heard over and over again last Saturday. I hope you were there to experience it yourself but if not, check out this link for a taste! Big, big thanks are due to so many people, starting with the army of volunteers who were with us during Friday night’s set-up and all day Saturday – you know who you are, and we are so grateful for your help!! Thanks also to the vendors, demonstrators and workshop leaders who were so generous with their knowledge and talent. Huge applause for our donors and sponsors. Read full newsletter

March 20, 2018

Spring is here … birds are singing, flowers are blooming, trees are leafing and the Arts Alliance 6th annual Art Extravaganza is on the way! I hope you’re making plans to join us in Oregon City on Saturday, April 14. If you’ve attended before, you know that this arts industry trade show is unique in the region, and enhanced with many fun workshops and lecture-demonstrations. New artists are in the line-up this year, and entertainment in the auditorium is another new reason to attend. Read full newsletter

February 22, 2018

Although there’s snow out my window as I write this, here at the Arts Alliance we are thinking about spring! Together with our Pamplin Media partners, we are wrapping up the spring edition of the Clackamas County Cultural Guide, which will be available to you in early March. We are also deep in planning for the 6th annual Art Extravaganza, scheduled for Saturday, April 14. New this year will be a variety of entertainment throughout the afternoon. Read full newsletter

January 18, 2018

Happy New Year! The start of a new year is when I traditionally look back at the prior year’s events and activities as we consider plans for the year ahead. As I reviewed 2017, it was apparent to me that it would not be possible to do what we do without your support. We are so grateful for our wonderful volunteers and generous donors and funders. Your time, talent and contributions are what fuel our ability to provide programs and services. I send heartfelt appreciation to each and every person who served on a committee, coalition or council, partnered with a project, donated supplies or event space, or wrote a check to support our programs. On behalf of all of our Board and staff members: Thank You!!  Read full newsletter

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