Calling all Oregon artists: The 2022-2023 Chamber Music Amici Art Commission is here!

Renee Manford • Chamber Allegra in Blue and Orange (2015)

We are seeking one Oregon-based artist to create 3 original pieces for promoting our 2022-2023 season. The commission is for $1,500, and includes:

• A 3-month showcase, with the 3 original pieces and up to 7 pieces of the artist’s already created works.
• An opening reception hosted by us (CMA) and Emerald Art Center (EAC), with publicity, food, music — and fun — organized by CMA and EAC.
• Artist retains newly created works (unless they sell!) at the end of the 3-month show.

Deadline for submitting applications is Friday, August 27, 2021.

For complete details, including application guidelines and commission requirements, please click here:

Call for Artists! Emergence: Juried Virtual Sculpture Exhibit

Credit: Kim Lewis – “Swing”

PNWS has opened the application process for “Emergence,” our first national, juried, virtual exhibit. Our Juror is Richard Speer, art critic, author, and curator. Awards include: $500 Best of Show, $200 First Place, $100 Second Place plus several Honorable Mentions.

Deadline: August 21st, 2021

Date of Exhibition: September 1 through October 30, 2021, on PNWS website

The theme, “Emergence” is intentionally vague to encourage a broad range of interpretations by artists in any physical 3-dimensional medium. The exhibit will be displayed on this website from September 1 through October 30, 2021. The dates coincide with several major art festivals and events in the Pacific Northwest.


ENTRIES & FEES   – General Entry Fee of $30 includes 3 pieces. PNWS Members may enter for $15 (with code emailed with our monthly Calls for Artist listings). Additional entries are $5 per piece. Maximum pieces per artist is 6. Submission and payment are made through CaFÉ via credit card. Fees are non-refundable. There is no guarantee of acceptance into the exhibit.

SALES – 100% of sale price goes to the artist – Prospective buyers may contact the artist directly through the link included with the entry. All sales will be handled directly between the artist and buyer. PNWS will not take a commission on any sale. Prices cannot be changed from those stated at submission. Sales tax, shipping and insurance shall be the responsibility of the artist. Any artwork without a sale price on the entry form will be considered “Not for Sale” (NFS).

THE VIRTUAL RECEPTION – Virtual receptions will be scheduled via Zoom. Participating artists may introduce themselves and discuss their art during the reception.  Award winners will have the option to discuss their work. Details will follow show acceptance via e-mail.

PROMOTION OF THE EXHIBIT – Promotion will be handled by the PNWS. Artists are also encouraged to promote the event. A digital ad will be e-mailed to all participating artists.  LOCATION – This virtual exhibit may be viewed 24/7 on the A link to the gallery page will be provided when entrants are notified of the juror’s decisions.

The artists indemnify the PNWS for any copyright violations in their work.

REPRODUCTION OF ARTWORK – Artwork may be reproduced for advertising, marketing, and promotional purposes by PNWS without consent from or notification to the artist or the artist’s agent. Appropriate attribution will be included with any artwork used for marketing purposes.

By submitting your entry/entries, you agree that you have carefully read ALL the information in this Call for Entries and agree to the terms. You also certify that you are 18 or older and that the artwork was completed within the last 3 years. Submitted photographs of artwork may be reproduced for educational and publicity purposes by PNWS, and published on our website and social media.

You certify that the artwork information in this entry is true to the best of your knowledge. Pacific Northwest Sculptors reserves the right to remove from the exhibition any work of art that has been misrepresented in the entry.
Prospective buyers may contact the artist directly through the link included with the artwork. All sales will be handled directly between the artist and buyer – 100% of sale price goes to the artist. PNWS will not take a commission on any sale. Prices cannot be changed from those stated at submission. Any artwork without a sale price on the entry form will be considered “Not for Sale” (NFS).

Sales tax, shipping and insurance shall be the responsibility of the artist.
By entering the contest, each artist agrees to these terms of use.

Call for Artists: the 38th Annual Charbonneau Festival of the Arts

the 38th Annual
Charbonneau Festival of the Arts

The 2021 Charbonneau “Art with Flair” Festival of the Arts will combine the best of two worlds for lovers of the arts to enjoy, admire and purchase fine art, crafts, and music — a LIVE Art & Music Show at the Charbonneau Events Center and a VIRTUAL EXHIBITION of Art & Music online through the end of the year.

Covid-19 & a Live Festival
Uppermost in our planning is the health, welfare and safety of all in attendance. Most COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, but we never know when that might change.

Live & Virtual Shows: Art & Music
Artists will be juried to display their works at the Live Art Gallery Show or the Live Artisan Vendor Show. For our Music Stage, musicians will be auditioned and selected for online performances and potentially invitations to live performances at this year’s festival. Those plans are still in development.

We want as many as physically possible to join us in person of course, but you have an additional option — the Virtual Exhibition — open to all artists, artisan vendors and musicians. This allows a broader range of artists and musicians to participate as well as a broader audience of supporters to attend in-person and online.

We strive to earn a five-star experience from our entrants as well as from our supporting audience who participate in the festival each year. To encourage as many as possible to enter, there will be no jury fees.

2021 Silent Auction
As in past years, we welcome entrants to donate one of their works of art or their music CD’s or performance tickets to our Silent Auction, which is one of the primary fundraisers.

Our Invitation to Join “Friends of Charbonneau Arts”
New this year, we are offering membership to the “Friends of Charbonneau Arts” which includes the benefit of discounts at festival registration.

Partnerships & Publicity
Community Partnerships. We are happy to announce that we are continuing our community partnership with the Wilsonville Arts & Cultural Council (WACC) this fall. As they were unable to present a live festival again this year, we are working together to invite their artists to our live and virtual shows and more. Organizers are still planning other exciting possibilities.

Spreading the Word. Along with our website presence, we offer widespread promotion of our event and our participating artists and musicians. We have planned publicity with the help of Pamplin Media, our ongoing partnerships with the Charbonneau Villager, Wilsonville’s Boones Ferry Messenger, the Clackamas County Art Alliance, and other online and print outlets, to help us promote the Virtual Exhibition throughout the region. Our big marketing push starts in September and includes print and online media buys. We maintain active Facebook and Instagram pages where we post features on all artists and musicians participating in the show. Posters, flyers and postcards are used throughout the local area to promote the event. An online media kit page with digital flyers are made available to all juried-in artists and musicians to forward to their personal mailing lists. Last year several thousand viewers checked into our Virtual Exhibition. In past years, the live show has also attracted hundreds of local artists and supporters of the arts over the three-day festival.

We hope to see you at the 2021 Charbonneau’“Art with Flair” Festival of the Arts, sell a lot of art and music, and raise funds for our local high school art programs too. Click the following button link to begin the process.

Our deadline for this year’s entries is August 13, 2021.

See you in November!

John McLain, Chair
2021 Charbonneau Festival of the Arts

Call for Artists: On to New Horizons

Call to Art Makers living/working in Oregon for an Open/Invitational show

Deadline: September 12, 2021

Date of Exhibition: November 18 – December 29, 2021

In 2020, The Arts Center asked art makers to think about what “home” meant to us all in the year-end Home Sweet Home exhibit. At that time, our homes were our prison and/or our sanctuary. This year, we have seen signs of hope and getting back to what once was called “normal”, after the intense time of restrictions.

For the 2021 Winter show, The Arts Center seeks artworks that contemplates the notion of going On to New Horizons.

How can we express our regained freedom of movement and re-emergence back in the world? Interpretation of a “new horizon” can be literal, (now that we can venture out again), or metaphoric, (an escape of the confinement in which we all lived). May this show inspire dreams of our renewed possibilities:  about community, about travel to exotic places or to our own backyards. Visits with friends at gatherings and festivals, and meeting new people are other subjects to explore. There is an opportunity for storytelling and representational art, but also for more conceptual and abstract artwork. 

  • On to New Horizons will be a hybrid invitational and non-juried exhibit.
  • Registration is required by Sunday, September 12, 2021 via online submission form.
  • All art makers and creatives will be notified that their work submission has been received. Emails confirming decisions of the selection committee will be sent October 1, 2021. This is our holiday show, you may consider the gift appeal of your work. 
  • All submitting art makers and creatives must include a short statement about what On to New Horizons means to you, and how it is expressed in your artwork. 

This Call is for all visual art media, literary short prose and poetry, music and recorded dance performances! The recorded literary readings and performative arts videos will be played on a monitor in the gallery and shared online. Literary arts submissions will also be collected in a loose leaf book to enjoy reading in the gallery. We will schedule a “Read-In” for our writers and the public. 

We welcome artists of all ages and levels of experience. We encourage a diverse selection of artists to sign up, including artists from traditionally or currently underserved communities including (but is not limited to): artists from rural communities, emerging artists, artists from communities of color, LGBTQ+, artists who are self-taught, and artists new to creating artwork. We welcome artists regardless of citizenship status, color, familial status, gender identity or expression, religious observance, sex, sexual orientation, and sources or level of income. 

To access accommodations needed to support signing up for this show, please contact Curator, Hester Coucke, and/or 541-754-1551, Ext. 658. Monday – Thursday, 9:30 am – 2 pm.

Visual art:

  • 2 D, ready to be hung on the wall, no larger than the sum of 72 inches (height + weight = 72”).
  • 3 D, safe to display on a pedestal, weight not exceeding 25 lbs.

Literary arts:

  • Written version for display in the gallery and/or audio/video recorded files (max. 2 minutes) on a stick or upload.  MP3 and MP4 only.

Music and Dance:

  • On audio/video file (approx. 2 minutes) on a memory stick or upload 
  • We are considering the opportunity for live performance, depending on the Covid-19 situation in November and December 2021.

Disclaimer: Registration for this exhibit constitutes agreement with the parameters below and giving permission to use images of the work for promotion of the exhibit and The Arts Center.

Terms and Parameters:

  • Non-juried work cannot be substituted for accepted work.
  • Artwork must be available for the duration of the exhibit.
  • Artists are responsible for delivery/transportation to and from The Arts Center.
  • Pieces must be ready to hang or install (we do not accept saw tooth hangers). If not, staff can choose to exclude work.
  • Artworks must be identified with a label on the back or bottom, either your own label or TAC label provided with notification.
    • Labels must include: artist name, title of the work and email address or phone number.
  • Fragile surfaces must be protected by glass or Plexiglas; for special display methods the artist needs to supply materials and clear instructions.
  • Artwork must be for sale. The Arts Center will receive a 50% commission on all sales or if artists can specify to donate 100% on submission form.
  •  Insurance will be provided during the exhibition. All work will be reimbursed for the full commission of the sales price declared in the submission process.
  • The Arts Center will not be responsible for loss or damage to artworks left at TAC after Monday January 3, 2021.
  • Work left after January 31, 2022 will be considered a donation to The Arts Center.
Dates to Remember
September 12, 2021Deadline for submissions
October 1, 2021Notifications
TBDSelected work delivered to Arts Center
November 18 – December 29, 2021Art Exhibition, Artwork Documentation, Opportunities for Community Conversations

Call for Artists: Art for the Heart 2021, the 3rd Annual 8×8 Gallery

The Arts Center

Drop off June 2 – September 8, 2021 or until 150 pieces are collected.

The Arts Center (TAC) invites you to participate in Art for the Heart, the annual fall fundraiser for all in the community. The 8×8 Gallery is in its third year and has been a rousing success!

Artists are encouraged to join in by submitting original work for this exciting exhibit.

Established, emerging, and youth artists will see their artwork promoted, hung in the Corrine Woodman Gallery, and shared online while showing their support for The Arts Center.

All sales are donated 100% in support of TAC.

All artwork will be available for purchase during a Preview Event for $75. Date and time to be announced.

Any artwork available after the Preview Week will be available for $40 the night of Art for the Heart on October 9, 2021

Art for the Heart 2021 will be virtual with opportunities for unique participation and art loving fun.

  • Finished work must be close to but no bigger than 8 x 8 inches in all directions, including the frame for 2D work and 8 x 8 x 8 inches including supports for sculpture and other 3D formats.
  • 8 x 8 inch wood panels or “cradleboards” are available from TAC for$5 and may serve as frames or part of the work. Use of cradleboards is optional. Assistance to purchase cradleboards is available.
  • Please contact the Art Shop for availability and purchasing of cradleboards. You may also create or purchase your own 8 x 8 inch art base.
  • All work must be original to the submitting artist.
  • All artwork must be display ready. Hanging pieces must include a wire or securely installed hanging mechanism installed by the artist prior to delivery. Sculptures must have supports or stands included, if needed. These will only be returned if work is not purchased.
  • All themes, styles, and media are encouraged. Though smaller work will be accepted, 8 x 8 onches or close to these dimensions is the preferred size.
  • Diptychs and triptychs welcomed.
  • Artists may donate up to 4 pieces.
  • Artists may include contact information and/or a website address as a form of promotion.
Drop Off Info

Drop off artwork to the Art Shop located in The Arts Center during hours of operation beginning June 2 until September 8, 2021 or until 150 pieces are collected. Please print, complete and attach the 8×8 Gallery Donation Form to pieces submitted prior to drop off.

Any unsold work may be picked up at the Art Shop on 10/15/21 through 10/22/21. Any art not collected during this time will be donated to TAC and sold through the Art Shop with 100% of proceeds donated to TAC.

Dates To Remember
June 2 – Sept 8Drop off artwork. Print, complete and attach the 8×8 Gallery Donation Form to pieces submitted prior to drop off.
TBA8×8 Art Gallery Preview Event
October 2021Art for the Heart 2021 Event

Call for Artists: Still Life

Oregon artists are invited to enter our regional juried artist call for Still Life, a community, and outsider exhibit on one wall at Valley Art Gallery in Forest Grove. 2-D only, still life themed, traditional or non-traditional inanimate objects are acceptable as subject. The exhibition will run during gallery hours July 30 – Sept 5.

Selected artists must deliver ready to display, or ready to hang (wired) artwork July 23-25, hours to be determined.

Valley Art Association welcomes all artists. We encourage BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ representation. The Valley Art Association strives for inclusion, equality, and championing all artistic voices in our community. This is a great opportunity for emerging artists looking for their first shows.

All skill levels and ages are welcome. Parents will have to complete the registration and consignment agreement for minors.

Image credit: Camille Pissarro, Still Life with Apples and Pitcher (Public Domain)

IMPORTANT: Have you submitted (uploaded images) to a Valley Art call before? Login using the same email and password you received then, or reset your password. If you don’t, you’ll get a duplicate user error. After logging in, return to the Upload tab.


  • Enter by Sunday, July 18 (Select UPLOAD PHOTO in the above menu)
  • Jury convenes July 19
  • Email notices will go out by 11:59PM, Wednesday, July 21
  • Limit 2 submissions per artist
  • Submission must be work that has never shown at Valley Art before, any creation date
  • Art drop will be available July 22-25, hours TBD and will have daytime and evening options.
  • Maximum size is 11 in. x 14 in. (including frame) – 2D work only
  • Review gallery standards before entering
  • All work must be for sale, and suitable for family viewing
  • Exhibition July 30 – Sept 5 , Wednesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

If chosen . . .

  • ***Must be able to hand-deliver, in person, work to Valley Art, 2022 Main St., Forest Grove July 23-25.
  • All delivered work must be for sale, follow size limitations, and meet display requirements
  • Complete consignment agreement, W9, and inventory sheet. Gallery takes 35%
  • Properly tag your work following the provided procedure
  • Agree to self promote in addition to gallery advertising (friends, social media, etc)
  • Agree to pick up any unsold work Wednesday – Saturday, Sept 8-11 .
  • Consent to any uploaded image use in promotional materials


  • Valley Art carries insurance while pieces are on exhibit
  • You may enter as many show calls as you like, limits apply for each show separately
  • Artists are paid by the 15th of the month following any sales
  • If you have any questions about online entry feel free to email April using


  • If you’ve uploaded to Valley Art calls before, login using the same email and password you received then and return to this tab to upload. If needed, email for a password reset.

Then, with login tab still open to WordPress dashboard, return to this tab and choose UPLOAD PHOTO to submit.

Close tabs, or switch tabs to log out when finished

  • If you submit the form with a required field left blank, you may have to reattach the image and verify again you’re not a robot
  • It could take several minutes for your confirmation email to arrive from, and it may filter to your SPAM
  • If you happen to have the exact same name as someone else, you may get a duplicate name error. Just add a -x (dash x) or middle initial.

Announcement – Art Teachers- connection of Nicole Nathan

One River School of Art + Design is on an ambitious plan to “transform art education” across America and we are seeking compelling educators to join our company and grow with us. One River has become the voice for contemporary art and design within its communities. We have developed a new method for teaching that celebrates what is current and relevant in today’s art and design worlds. 

We are looking for experienced instructors who are also passionate artists with a desire to teach a wide variety of classes to students of all ages that includes the following subjects: drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed media and cartooning. Our studios are state of the art and teaching at One River is a completely different experience than any other art program in the country.

You Are…

  • Passionate and enthusiastic about art & creative education 
  • Focused on great student outcomes and making sure students have fun 
  • Always prepared and open to new ideas

We are…

  • Aspirational company that delivers exceptional art experiences to students of all ages 
  • Seeking people who want to learn and grow with us 
  • Fun and fast paced place to work where we work hard, collaborate and strive for excellence 

QUALIFICATIONS for Art Instructor 

  • BFA or BA required
  • MFA or MA strongly desired 
  • Experience teaching art 
  • Strong technical skills 
  • Significant first-hand experience in making art 
  • Passion for working with people and creating a fun / interactive experience

To Apply:

Send an e-mail with your resume and a cover letter to with “Job Application: Studio” as the subject header. *Although we would like to respond to every applicant, we will only be reaching out to the ones we are considering for the position. Please, no calls. Thank you for applying and we look forward to reviewing your application.

One River is an Equal Opportunity Employer institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, height, weight, pregnancy or marital status in employment or the provision of services and is an equal access/equal opportunity employer.

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Call for Art: Images of What Remains

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego invites artists to submit up to three works that include images of abandoned  places or structures found within the Pacific Northwest. Works will be curated into an exhibition on view  September 3rd through October 29th, 2021

The Pacific Northwest has a unique history – from Indigenous Peoples, early frontier days and the Oregon Trail to boom and bust industries like trapping and mining. As a result, our landscape is dotted with abandoned human-made places and structures that were once thriving. There are a number of gold rush ghost towns, ship  wrecks off the coast (the Peter Iredale), empty farm houses and other buildings, abandoned roads and even a  ghost forest (Neskowin Ghost Forest). Just in time for spooky season, these once thriving or occupied structures and locations remain with the mark of past human presence; now discarded or neglected.  

Have a favorite abandoned structure or place around the region? We want to include your images for display and sale in our ARTspace gallery! This exhibition will bring together images, which can be in any medium, of  the “abandoned.” The word “abandoned” for this exhibition is interpreted as buildings/structures or locations that are no longer occupied or used as once intended. Decommissioned lighthouses, forts, abandoned cars, or  fire towers can also qualify. Locations must be within the Pacific Northwest, which includes Oregon,  Washington, Idaho, and Northern California. 

** The Arts Council does not condone trespassing on private property to capture images. When necessary,  please do your research and obtain proper permissions. ** 

As the only dedicated visual arts gallery in the city of Lake Oswego, the Arts Council and its ARTspace gallery have a unique opportunity to inspire thought and conversation through art. The Arts Council of Lake Owego’s  mission is to ensure that arts are accessible and an integral part of life in our community.  


This exhibition is open to all artists. All media will be considered. 

• Works must fit through gallery door (double retail sized door) 

• All work must be ready for exhibition upon arrival – Framed with wire for hanging, if 3D, must have a  base or mount (ACLO has a limited number of pedestals) 

• Any special hardware should be provided 

• If entries from out of area are accepted, no reimbursement for shipping or delivery will be provided • Works will be assessed for exhibition based on quality, subject matter in accordance with “abandoned”  theme, and overall aesthetic 

• Accepted artists are required to become a Friend of the Arts Council ($50 fee) to help offset costs in  producing the exhibition, promotion and associated programming

Applications should include: 

• No more than three works per artist will be considered 

• Photos of artwork being submitted in JPEG, PNG or PDF format 

• A brief description of each work 

• For each work include: title, location (doesn’t have to be exact), date of creation,  medium, and dimensions 

• Price (note ACLO’s 30% gallery fee) 

• Artist statement 

• Contact info for artist including website and/or social media 

Email applications as a single PDF to with the subject line “Call for Art- Abandoned”.  While emailed applications are preferred, applications by mail should include a CD or jump drive with digital  photos and can be sent to: Arts Council of Lake Oswego, PO Box 369, Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034  

Deadline: July 9th, 2021 

Artists will be notified of their acceptance status by August 2nd, 2021. Accepted artists will be asked to sign a  gallery contract and artwork shall be delivered to the Arts Council no later than August 20th, 2021. 

It is free to submit entries for this exhibition. 

Artist Benefits 

Accepted work will be exhibited in our ARTspace gallery from September 3rd through October 29th, 2021. The  gallery is free and open to the public Tuesdays through Fridays, 10am to 5pm. Artists are asked to offer their  works for sale, with the understanding that the Arts Council takes a 30% commission.  

About the Arts Council of Lake Oswego 

Our Mission:  

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego works to ensure that arts are an integral part of life in our community, now  and into the future. 


Our collective actions and commitment will result in: 

• Enlivening our built and natural environments, while adding value to Lake Oswego’s economy; • Effective collaborative partnerships that strengthen our community; 

• Increased visual art appreciation and understanding by all of our residents and visitors; • Increased arts tourism and visitors as economic drivers for the city and our organization. 

For more information, please visit

Call for Artists – Spring Fling Festival

The Three Rivers Artist Guild will be holding a one-day block party Art Festival at the Singer Hill Café on May 8th from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

TRAG is looking for 20 artists to participate.

There are no jury requirements. We will be accepting artists on a first come first serve basis.

The booth fee is $25 for the day.

Set up begins at 7 a.m. on May 8th. Festival opens at 9:30 a.m.

It will be held with strict COVID safety precautions. One way in and one way out with an open-air market in front of the gallery as you enter, spaces available on the side gardens, and booths in the Singer Hill Parking lot.

Two spaces are available as you enter the Festival from the Gallery doors. Seven spaces in the side garden area will accommodate a 3-sided table set up. Up to an 8 ft table in front and two side tables of up to 6 feet each. In case of inclement weather bring a protective covering. 12 spaces (3 rows of 4 booths each) are available in the Singer Hill Parking lot. This space will accommodate a 10 x 10 feet tented booth with 2 feet in between each one. Path will be marked for one way only through the booths.

If at all possible, we are asking artists to bring a small DIY project for the public. These can be as simple as a pair of beaded earrings, a bracelet or a coloring book picture. This is not a requirement, but we would appreciate your participation. If you can contribute, please make 25. Be sure to use what you have on hand and make it as inexpensive and simple as possible. Put them in individual bags for the public to pick up. These “DIY Stations” will be scattered throughout the Festival and offered to the public as a scavenger hunt.

Points to consider:

  • Sales and Wifi: There may be a possible connection to the gallery but this is not guaranteed. Plan your sales per your phone with square or have cash available. 
  • The gallery will NOT be able to provide you with change. 
  • You’re more than welcome to share any artist’s space with a friend. 1 fee for each artist area NOT 1 fee for each artist. 
  • Your booth needs to be always manned. TRAG will not be able to provide back-up for breaks. You can always make arrangements with your neighbor. 
  • If permitted by the City, Food trucks may be at the event. Bring a beverage and food as back-up.
  • Portable toilets will be on site
  • Volunteers will be available for set up and crowd monitoring.  

To apply for Spring Fling, fill out the form below.

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Call for Artists: Fall Festival of the Arts 2021

       Call for Artists

Fall Festival of The Arts Mission

To connect, support, and present the thriving community of artists, studios, workshops, guilds, and galleries in our region; and to build awareness of the West Columbia Gorge as a Fine Art destination.

Fall Festival of the Arts 2021 combines 2 days of art events, Saturday, September 18th  through Sunday, September 19th, 2021.  The event has strong art, business, and community backing.  Musicians, local food and drinks, and local restaurants will be participating at and near the Festival site.

Fall Festival of the Arts 2021 takes place outside in the beautiful Glen Otto Park and two other sites within a block of the Park in Troutdale, Oregon; The Gateway to the Columbia Gorge.

Things to Expect:

  • Booths spread out over 3 sites with one way pathway to provide COVID safety and procedures. The additional 2 sites are one block from Glenn Otto Park
  • Planned and organized by Cascadia Art Association with Event Coordinator, Social Media Specialist, volunteers and professional artists. Members get a Booth discount.
  • Strong Marketing Plan to Surrounding Region
  • Friendly Hospitality
  • Dedication to Meet Artist Needs to the Best of Our Abilities
  • Artist Break Tent
  • Free Parking
  • Assistance with Load In and Load Out
  • Early Setup available on Friday September 17th
  • Hotel Discounts with Participating Hotels
  • Silent Auction Fundraiser for Cascadia Arts Association
  • COVID Procedures
  • Refund Policy if Postponed, Canceled, or Virtual




Ellen Green
CAA Board, FFA21 Project Manager

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