Eugene, OR artist Lynn Ihsen Peterson is exhibiting “All at Once” in the Governor’s Office, Oregon State Capitol Building in Salem, through June 19, 2013.
A new report from the Oregon Arts Commission, released on April 25, 2013, highlights the results of the Commission’s investments in arts and community development during 2012.
The Oregon Arts Commission has named David Huff its Assistant Director, effective May 17, 2013. Huff joins the Arts Commission from The Arts Center in Corvallis, where he has been executive director for the past two years. Prior to that, he was the Curator and Exhibition Coordinator at Pro Arts, the largest community-supported arts nonprofit in Oakland, CA.
The Oregon Arts Commission highlighted two innovative community development projects in Hood River County in a new report summarizing the Commission’s investments in arts and community development during 2012.
The Oregon Arts Commission announces the installation of All That is Solid Melts Into Air, a permanent site-specific installation by Portland artists Sean Healy and Joe Thurston for the main stairwells of Anstett and Peterson Halls, part of the University of Oregon’s Lillis Business Complex.
The Oregon Arts Commission announces the second round of eighteen capacity grants totaling $349,014 in its multi-year Sustaining Oregon’s Arts effort to strengthen arts organizations in Oregon.
The Oregon Arts Commission has awarded $1,000 Arts Recognition grants to ten Oregon arts organizations in Ashland, Sisters, Salem and Portland.
On March 14, the Oregon Arts Commission awarded 10 Cultural Tourism grants totaling $75,000.
The Oregon Arts Commission announces a May 1, 2013, 5:00 pm on-line application deadline for three categories of grants to Oregon arts organizations.
Talent, OR photographer David Lorenz Winston will exhibit The Winston Eye in the Governor’s Office, in the Capitol Building in Salem, through May 8, 2013.