Lake Oswego Library presents Write With Us! Lake Oswego Library’s Third Tuesday Author Series authors share writing prompts, reading recommendations, and inspiration to connect everyone during this time of physical distancing. Here is the full list of authors and their... Read More »
Arts Council of Lake Oswego (ACLO) invites you to Make a Zine WHAT IS A ‘ZINE’? Pronounced “ZEEN”, zines are generally cheap forms of printed expression/communication on any subject. They are often handmade and locally distributed (think handmade booklet) allowing the... Read More »
Online Drawing Classes for Kids with Ryan Alexander-Tanner Local comics artist, illustrator and educator Ryan Alexander-Tanner is offering online Drawing and Comics classes for kids. Students are invited to join in over Google Hangouts and participate in step-by-step instruction with... Read More »
Virtual Magic Classes Professor DR Schreiber, The Historical Conjurer is available to teach aspiring magicians, ages 7 – 107 through virtual magic classes! Stay entertained and learning even while following recommendations and staying home. Using simple items found around the... Read More »
Call to Artists in the Estacada Area Spiral Gallery is Seeking New Coop Members Are you a professional artists in the Estacada, OR area? The Spiral Gallery is accepting applications for membership in their co-op gallery. Connect with their burgeoning Arts Community... Read More »
Sandy Public Library presents Adult Paint Night Saturday, February 8, 6:30 pm Sandy Library Community Room Local artist, Melissa Lawrence, will lead you, step by step from bare canvas to a finished painting. This event is limited to 20 participants.... Read More »
The Professional Development Grant Program supports artists, arts professionals, and arts organizations in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties with up to $2,000 toward distinct opportunities that will push forward their creative practice and business skill development.
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.
Oregon State Button Society proudly hosts the 2019 National Button Society's annual convention in Portland, Oregon with the theme Celebrating Buttons Mid-Mod Style!
Blacksmith Week is the premiere NW Event for all things Blacksmithing. Join us in Government Camp on Mt Hood for 4 days of classes, demonstrations and open forge periods. Learn from some of the country's top Blacksmiths.
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!
So are you ready to scare your friends and neighbors this Halloween? We are here to help.
This is the 20th year for the Estacada's annual, FREE, volunteer-led music and arts festival. Can you please help make this possible by donating a piece of artwork or an item that relates to arts or music? Art of all kinds are welcome!
The West Linn Public Library is looking for engaging, lively, family-friendly performers who can perform for a wide range of audience members at our "Music in the Stacks" concert series.
Barbara Jaenicke's Composition Boot Camp is tailored to the serious student and offers a deeper look into those most important stages of the painting process. Students who partake in this workshop experience many of those “aha” moments that come from the expert teachings of this esteemed instructor and professional artist.
If you live in the vicinity of Canby and always wanted to try acrylic fluid pouring, here’s your opportunity. Come have some painting fun while enjoying treats from Baker's Prairie Bakery. Taught by Cerebral Artworks.
From tech to racing, engineering to engines, students will learn while having a great time. We look forward to having another fantastic summer with all the campers, parents, staff, guest speakers, and community partners who helped to make camp such a success. Camps for kids in K-12.
The Oregon City Festival of the Arts is looking for volunteers for August 9-11. Whatever time you can contribute would be greatly appreciated – whether it is a couple hours, a morning, an afternoon – or even the whole weekend!
You are invited to participate in an amazing collaborative community design process and leave your mark on Beaverton’s Historic Downtown. Winning artists will receive $1,000 for their work!
How do you get your dreams the funding they deserve? Learn to tell your story in a dynamic and engaging way!