Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) seeks applications from arts and culture nonprofit organizations with budgets under $100,000
McLoughlin Memorial Association is hiring an Association Administer
A grant program by RACC to support the making and sharing of artistic work and the development of the arts community
Up to $200,000 will be awarded in grants ranging from $5,000 to $25,000 for community-led, equity-centered, arts and culture based efforts in the greater Portland region. Strong proposals are grounded in racial equity, strengthen people’s connections to each other and address a critical community challenge or opportunity.
Enjoy a fun evening class with Melissa Johnston as she shares with you how to create one of a kind mandala by using dots!
Want some hands-on experience with some of the library's coolest gadgets? These workshop hours offer the chance to get up close and personal with our Glowforge, 3D printer and vinyl cutter!
A celebration of Frida Kahlo - a woman of courage, creativity and who reveled in color! Create your own inspired masterpiece with acrylic paint while enjoying festive food, beverages, and having fun.
Oregon City and West Linn are looking for artists to depict a perspective of the iconic Arch Bridge for the 100th anniversary as well as community members to join the committee in charge of the selection process.
The West Linn Public Library is calling for artist applications for exhibits. The library's Community Room gallery hosts a monthly rotating exhibit of art.
Calling all writers and lovers of the written word: explore the practices and professions of creative writing and publishing at Clackamas Community College
This three-part class guides you in writing, reflecting on, and shaping the luminous details of your past—the colors, tastes, songs, fragrances, and people you can’t forget—into a coherent, meaningful story to share with others.
Tualatin Valley Creates’ La Strada dei Pastelli Chalk Art Festival, happening July 16 & 17, 2022 in the heart of Hillsboro, Oregon is looking for chalk artists, performers and art vendors to celebrate in this multi-cultural event unlike any other offered in the Portland-metro region.
Join Cerebral Artworks to learn the art of painting with alcohol ink by using different techniques and then using those techniques to make your own unique piece of art.
Join for a fun-filled afternoon with artist/entomologist Heather Andrews learning about these diverse and fascinating insects.
Lake Oswego Reads invites high school students in Lake Oswego to read and respond creatively to "How Much Of These Hills is Gold."
NAMI volunteer Dixie Junius will host Creative Connections, a weekly hour of artmaking and interaction.
Each month will feature a different project. For April: Spring Wreath!
The Oregon Arts Commission is seeking to commission artworks for three exterior locations at the North Valley Complex, a newly renovated building in Wilsonville, Oregon
REemergence wants to give a voice to Artists after two years of pandemic instability. They are seeking to invite diverse expressions to the conversation of why art is vital to the community. Artists are encouraged show us their re-emergence through their chosen medium.
“This Moment on Earth” is a juried group exhibition of visual works that raise awareness about issues facing society and the planet in 2022.