Governor Kate Brown announces 2017 Governor’s Arts Awards

(Salem, OR) — Governor Kate Brown today announced two artists and three organizations as winners of the 2017 Governor's Arts Awards. Portland artist Arvie Smith and Yoncalla artist Esther Stutzman both won Lifetime Achievement Awards. Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, Portland Opera and The James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation will also be honored.

 

22 Oregon artists receive Career Opportunity Grants from the Oregon Arts Commission, The Ford Family Foundation and The Oregon Community Foundation

Salem, Oregon – In the final of three rounds of FY2017 Career Opportunity Grants, the Oregon Arts Commission, The Ford Family Foundation and The Oregon Community Foundation have collectively awarded $88,246 to 22 artists for career development projects. The awards include $23,116 from the Oregon Arts Commission; $34,700 in supplemental funding for seven artists through a partnership with The Ford Family Foundation; and $30,430 from The Oregon Community Foundation. Individual grants range from $552 to $9,000.

Nancy Lindburg’s “Resolutions” to be exhibited in the Governor’s Office June 5 – July 27

Salem artist Nancy Lindburg will exhibit “Resolutions” in the Governor’s Office of  the Capitol Building in Salem from June 5 to July 27.
Lindburg’s paintings, ranging from simple still-lifes and non-representational studies to landscapes and color-field paintings, are rich in color and feeling.

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