13 SHARE at least 10 stories per year with the public about the impact Oregon Arts Commission’s programs have on the lives of Oregonians, establishing a baseline of communications. • Determine effective media to communicate qualitative impact of Arts Commission’s grant investments. • Collect and disseminate data from quantitative resources such as the Arts and Economic Prosperity study and the Cultural Data Project. ENLIST a coalition to expand communication about the value of the arts in Oregon by year four. • Develop and maintain effective, valuable relationships with the Cultural Advocacy Coalition and other partners. • Collect specific stories of impact from grant recipients that build the case for increased investment in the arts. • Conduct an annual state- wide arts gathering. • Explore reinstating the Governor’s Arts Awards. • Maintain a leadership role in implementation of Phase 2 of the Building Public Will for the Arts and Culture* project. • Disseminate information gathered through implementation of this plan. Photo credit (left to right): La Grande Public Art Project; Write Around Portland, photo by Bonnie Caton; Mariachi Mestizo at Oregon Shakespeare Festival Green Show, photo by Jenny Graham; The Best of Everything, Venetian Theatre, photo by Casey Campbell. *Building Public Will for the Arts and Culture is a national initiative led by Arts Midwest and the Metropolitan Group to advance arts and culture in our nation.
Oregon Arts Commission Plan Booklet
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