Courtney Reports: Clackamas ESD – Student Art Show

Our YAC Program Coordinator Courtney Rainwater was able to view the beautiful pieces of art on display at the Clackamas Education Service District from students all around the county, including students who have participated in Youth Arts for Change classes.

CCAA Changing for the Times

Clackamas County Arts Alliance is going through a transformation. After 25 years, it's time to review and renew.

Thank You to Our 2019 Donors!

We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the many people who helped us make 2019 a wonderful and productive year for the Clackamas County Arts Alliance!

2020 AEP includes two art groups, 55 individual artists

2020 AEP includes two art groups, 55 individual artists Lake Oswego Review – January 2, 2020 By Barb Randall The annual application process, open to Clackamas County artists, selects artists to rotate artwork Clackamas County Arts Alliance has announced the... Read More »

Double Your Impact

Total your cultural donations, give a matching amount to the Cultural Trust by December 31, and claim your cultural tax credit on your state taxes. It’s how Oregonians rock culture.

Clackamas County Cultural Guide

Your quarterly arts, cultural heritage and tourism guide for Winter 2019-2020 in Clackamas County is here!

Advisory Council Positions Available at CCAA

Are you looking to get more involved in your local arts and culture community? The Advisory Council's goal is to support and promote access to art and culture in every community across Clackamas County.

Call to 2D and 3D Artists!

Individual artists and artists groups who live or work in Clackamas County are invited to apply to AEP. Experienced and emerging artists are invited to apply. No entry fee or commission taken from sales!

Wild & Scenic Film Festival Art Exhibit

This is the second year that we have curated a special companion art exhibit for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival.  The film festival celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act.

Cultural Coalition Grant Recipient Feature: Wilsonville Festival of Arts

Wilsonville Festival of Arts is this month’s featured Cultural Coalition grant recipient. In its 20th year, the festival was held Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2. WFA used Clackamas County Cultural Coalition funds to support artist commissions of interactive, multi-sensory art installations and interactive arts programs.

Cultural Coalition Grant Recipient Feature: Philip Foster Farm Historic Site

The Cider Squeeze is an annual event where families are welcome to squeeze their own cider, along with enjoying live music, folk dancing, kids games, tours of the historical houses, and much more. Their Project Grant supported two local music groups and a square dance group who performed throughout the day.