Clackamas County Health, Housing and Human Services and the Behavioral Health Division awarded the Arts Alliance the Super Heart Hero Award for the Ask the Question Project, our collaborative suicide awareness project.
Students at Baker Prairie Middle School in Canby participated in the Inter/View Project where they explored what it's like to take a portrait beyond the popular selfie.
Call for submissions for a calendar to feature Clackamas County poets and artists! Twelve writers and 12 artists will be selected for the first annual calendar produced by the Clackamas County Arts Alliance.
The Inter/View Project after school photography class at Baker Prairie Middle School in Canby is focused on making black and white portraits and images that are representative of each youth that go beyond the popular selfie.
This month, we are happy to feature Clackamas County Cultural Coalition Project Grant recipient Youth Music Project. The award was used to support the cost of their Tuition Assistance Program which ensures that no child willing to participate in music education will be turned away for financial reasons.
We are proud to announce our newest gallery at Lake Oswego Adult Community Center! Lake Oswego ACC joins 17 other exhibit spaces in 11 public gallery venues in Clackamas County displaying original artwork by local artists. Other venues include county buildings, libraries, hospitals and health centers.
To mark 25 years of keeping arts and culture central to life in Clackamas County, we are announcing our new donor program!
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. Read the current... Read More »
Cultural Coalition Grant Recipient Feature: Sandy Actors Theatre’s “Over the River and Through the Woods”
We are happy to continue sharing the creative and energetic work of Clackamas County Cultural Coalition Project Grant recipients, including the Sandy Actors Theatre's production of Over the River and Through the Woods.
We 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!
We're kicking off the New Year with Music and Arts Partners (MAP)'s presentation of "Bye-Bye Birdie!"
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!
This month, we are excited to feature Estacada Area Arts Commission's Estacada Summer Celebration 2018!
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.
For this month's highlight, we are pleased to feature North Willamette Valley Friends of Music and their Aurora Colony Vineyards (ACV) Jazz Festival.
The latest installment in our “Staff Engage the Arts" series. Cheryl votes for Oregon Kid Governor!