|COVID-19 Arts Organizations & Artists Impact Survey|
We all know the power of arts and culture to bring us together and we know that we need the arts – and artists – now more than ever to weather this challenging time.It’s difficult to predict how colleagues and friends will be affected by the coronavirus, so we are joining together to get a snapshot of the impact of what arts organizations and all the different types of artists in Oregon are facing. This will help funders be responsive, and also help all of us make the case for support to leaders in government, business and philanthropy.
Thank you in advance for taking a minute and for sharing information to help build our case. We understand there are many surveys circulating right now.
If you haven’t yet, fill out this survey being used by a consortium of regional and state-wide funders; working in partnership including the Miller Foundation, Oregon Community Foundation, Tualatin Valley Creates and the Regional Arts & Culture Council. Survey closes 5 p.m., Sunday, March 22 (PDT).
Additionally, Congress is making big decisions NOW about federal aid funding for the country’s nonprofit arts sector – as much as $4 billion being requested! Please ensure Oregon’s arts community is a priority by filling out a national survey from Americans for the Arts.
Please share widely among all of your contacts and networks!Follow this link to the AFTA survey: bit.ly/nationalCOVID-19survey
Follow this link to the Oregon survey:
|Questions? Contact:Heather Nelson Kent, RACC Communications Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|411 NW Park Ave Suite 101 | Portland, OR 97209 US|
Show dates: October 2nd – 4th, 2020
Set up – Thursday, October 1st
Application Dates: January 25th – March 15th, 2020
Detailed prospectus and application is here:
Notice of Acceptance in early April.
Open To: All West Coast artists, from California to Alaska, including British Columbia and Idaho.
If you have questions:
YOUR PERSONAL RESIDENCY IN MEXICO
Superb live/work studio space for artists & writers
This summer and fall you can prepare for a show, finish a manuscript, collect your thoughts, or plan your next body of work
Located on Lake Chapala, nestled in a ring of mountains with colorful fishing villages strung like pearls along the north shore, a slower pace of life awaits you.
When it gets hot and muggy where you live, you can be here painting or writing to your heart’s content where the weather is fresh and delightful.
We still have several private studio apartments available You can focus on your creative work and enjoy our gorgeous scenery and perfect year-round climate
Rates, descriptions & pictures:
For more info write: email@example.com
Open to all artists, 18 and older
Location: Vancouver Water Resource Center / 4600 SE Columbia Way, Vancouver, WA
The SWA Spring Show is a professionally judged, non juried show and sale representing a wide variety of art media and disciplines. It features over $1600 in cash prizes in 6 judged categories, sponsor selected awards and a Peoples’s Choice award. Karen Madsen, Artstra Board Chair, serves as judge for this exhibition. She has a MA in studio art from New York University. Learn more about Karen by visiting her website: kcmadsen.net
Show dates / times
Thursday, April 30, 11am-5pm
Friday, May 1, 12pm-8pm
Saturday, May 2, 12pm-8pm, Reception 5pm-7pm
Sunday May 3, 12pm-3pm
Delivery / Pickup
Deliver work: Tuesday, April 28, 12pm – 5pm
Pick up work: Sunday, May 3, 3:30pm – 4:30pm
- Oil and acrylic on canvas or board not under glass
- Water Media including watercolor, acrylic and ink
- Combined Media including mixed media, digitally painted (NO photographer or digitally manipulated photos), hand pulled prints and other combined media
- Pencil, Colored Pencil, graphite, charcoal or conte
- Pastels including oil and soft pastels
- 3 D work including small sculpture, woodwork, and glass (no furniture)
- Open to all artists 18 & older.
- Original work only: no copies, classwork or collaborations. No reproductions of originals or copyrighted images.
- Art must not have been previously entered in a SWA show.
- Art must be appropriate for public spaces.
- Show committee reserves the right to determine whether art meets the show or category requirements.
Registration / Entry
- Open to all artists 18 & older.
- Artists may enter up to 3 works of art.
- Art must be dry and ready to hang with wire that is at least 2 inches below the top. No saw tooth hangers or clips. Art not properly wired may be rejected.
- Maximum within 36” and a maximum height is 36” for hanging art. Larger pieces are displayed on easels. Large pieces incur an additional fee and are limited to one per artist, as space allows.
- Weight limits: 2D—not to exceed 20 lbs. 3D—not to exceed 40 lbs.
- Registration closes on April 17, or when 200 pieces of art are registered.
- Registration will be invoiced via PayPal and is due upon receipt. Registrations not paid by April 17 will be void.
Members 1 entry- $20; 2 entries- $35; 3 entries- $45
Non-members 1entry- $30; 2 entries- $45; 3 entries- $55 Additional $10 for pieces over 36”x 36”
This has been one of the best artistic experiences I have had, and I feel
very fortunate to have been selected as one of the five 2019 artists. The
residency has been one of incredible growth.
– Asa Mease, GLEAN 2019
The GLEAN Program invites artists to push the boundaries of material exploration. With the opportunity /challenge of gathering materials from the Metro Central Transfer Station, (aka, “the dump”), the five selected GLEAN artists will broaden their practice in truly unpredictable ways. There is still time to submit your application. If you are interested in applying to the GLEAN program act now!
The GLEAN art program lasts five months and provides each artist with a $2,000 stipend to support their practice. One of the five spots is reserved for a current student. Artists also receive studio visits, marketing support, seemingly endless materials to work with, and a final exhibition in Fall 2020 at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center. This is an amazing opportunity, don’t wait to apply!
Applications are now live on CaFE and will close on March 1, 2020 at 10:59 Pacific Time.
On Feb 22nd and 23rd is a business symposium at the Multnomah Arts Center for anyone interested in pursuing their art or craft as a business. I thought you might want to send this to your email list. On the very bottom I also have a link with detailed information.
The Creative Metal Arts Guild of Portland is proudly hosting our second annual Maker’s Business Symposium, focusing on the business of art. While a number of the presenters will be metal artists, almost all of the sessions are relevant regardless of your medium. We’re encouraging artists of all sorts and at any stage in their careers to join us, and we’re giving members of other area guilds a chance to attend at guild rates. If you have friends who are artists, please encourage them to join us!
Here is a link for detailed info.:https://cmaguild.org/mbs/#!event-register/2020/2/22/second-annual-maker-apos-s-business-symposium
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me
February 29th, 2020
Hours: 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
$40 includes wine & snack & all materials
Register at: Localmotivearts.corsizio.com
Red Trillium Gallery
373 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy, Troutdale, OR 97080
Did you know that this year 2020 celebrates the 100th anniversary of Oregon’s ratification of Amendment 19 which placed women’s voting rights in the Constitution? TRAG has been asked to participate in a year long celebration celebrating women’s rights over the past 100 years. Clackamas County Heritage Council, CCHC, recently asked the Guild to create ten 5-foot cut out figures that depict women’s rights since the mid 1850’s.
These will have a cut out for the face so that the public can take pictures of themselves inside them. Think of the Suffragettes of the 1800’s, Rosie the Riveter from the 1940’s, the bra-burning hippies from the 1960’s, and the #metoo women’s march just 2 years ago. These are only some of the ideas we will be presenting to our artists and participating sponsors.
They will be installed in various places around town, and will receive recognition and exposure through social media, newspapers, and a possible “scavenger hunt”. Artists will be compensated for their work in creating the figures.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be a part of this exciting event either as an artist or a volunteer.
More information to follow.
Updated on May 3, 2020
Thanks to all who volunteered for this project. Originally 8 TRAG artists were going to create historical figures depicting women’s rights to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Women Suffragette movement. Each figure was to be a life-size cutout which the public could take a photo opportunity with. They were to be installed at the Heritage sites and various businesses in Oregon City. However, when the pandemic hit, the plans were put aside.
A virtual meeting with the Clackamas County Heritage Council was held on April 15th. Possibilities were discussed to either postpone or continue by a different method. Ideas were considered such as an application like Jib Jab where the public can superimpose their faces onto virtual figures and/or the distribution of coloring books. A second meeting took place just this past week, and it was decided to decrease the number of heritage figures from 8 to 2. These will be installed at 2818 NE 10th Ave in Portland from May 16-30th during the “Parading in Place” event sponsored by the Rose Festival. Go to (https://www.paradinginplace.com/) for more information on this fun event.
Earth Day Network’s new initiative, Artists for the Earth™, is inviting artists and arts organizations around the globe to join with Earth Day 2020 and the 50th Anniversary by featuring their work on our pages.
We’re looking for creative pieces focused on the natural world—whether addressing an environmental issue or exalting its wonder and beauty. If you’re an artist who has a work celebrating the planet, we’d love to add your project to our gallery.
(And if you’re not an artist but know of any artists or arts organizations who would like to participate, please forward them this link: https://action.earthday.org/afte)
Art is a crucial way of reaching people. It operates in ways that science alone cannot, making the difficult subject of climate change personal, engaging people’s hearts and inspiring the will to change.
We are eager to give artists everywhere a platform for their work, a way to join the environmental movement and to be part of the celebration of Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary!
For our planet,
Artists for the Earth Coordinator
6×6 returns for the 13th year
Last year you helped us create an international exhibition of over 5,000 artworks! We are reaching out in hopes that you will participate and help us promote 6×6 to your community.
6×6 is an international phenomenon of thousands of artworks from all over the world and it’s completely free to enter. Simply fill out an entry form and mail, or deliver your 6-inch by 6-inch artwork to Rochester Contemporary Art Center by April 11 or postmarked April 10.
6×6 is hosted by Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo), a small, non-profit art center in Rochester, NY! This annual exhibition, raises critical funds needed to pay artists, maintain our building and administer contemporary art programming. You can enter up to three artworks to be a part of this amazing project and support our mission.
Not an artist? Please share our international call for entries with your community.
Learn more about 6×6 at roco6x6.org and on social media using #roco6x6 and @roco137.
Please email us if you have any questions or would like further information.
The RoCo Crew