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Photo Contest Recap and Slideshow

What does Oregon culture look like to Oregonians? Captured in a photo, there’d be dancing and horses, lots of bridges, and a mouth-watering variety of fresh foods. This…

Photo Contest to award $1,000 grants to 2 Oregon nonprofits

Contact:  Christine D’Arcy, Christine.t.darcy@state.or.us  Photo contest toaward $1,000 grants to 2 Oregon nonprofits 72finalists named from nearly 1,200 entries  November9, 2011 – Salem, ORE.  The OregonCultural Trust supports…

OREGON EXPERIENCE: The Modoc War, Airs Tonight, Nov 8

The Modoc War of 1872 to 1873 was one of the costliest American Indian wars in U.S. history, considering the number of people involved. For nearly seven months,…

The Northwest Film Center and Lonesome Pizza unite

Bringing Northwest filmmakers to a pizza box near you. This joining of food and culture happens at just the right time, as the “This is Culture” Photo Contest…

Digital Newspaper Program wins ACRL Award for Excellence

This year’s award winner of the annual ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries) is the University of Oregon Libraries’ Oregon Digital Newspaper Program (ODNP). ODNP is recognized…

Rainier Revisited….In the Year 1853

The Rainier Junior/Senior High School History Club hosted their Second Annual Rainier Revisited, a reenactment of the local and regional history, on Saturday, April 16, 2011. Set into…

Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation Breaks Ground

Portland City Commissioner and Cultural Trust Board member Nick Fish was on hand to help break ground at the site of new Oregon Enginehouse and Rail Heritage Center…

Photo contest asks, “What does Oregon culture look like to you?”

Cultural Trust partners with McMenamins, Pro Photo Supply, and Whole Foods Market to solicit responses and offer valuable prizes The Oregon Cultural Trust supports the work of more…

Photo contest asks, “What does Oregon culture look like to you?”

Contact: Kimberly Howard, kimberly.howard@state.or.us Cultural Trust partners with McMenamins, Pro Photo Supply, and Whole Foods Market to solicit responses and offer valuable prizes October 11, 2011 – Salem,…

Culture Trust Video – Local Animators Tell How

Did you know that you can double your impact on Oregon culture without spending an extra dime? If it sounds too good to be true (we hear that…

TEN4ONE at Bag&Baggage Theatre

Bag&Baggage has a unique student program, TEN4ONE, that allows high school students in ten western Washington County high schools to attend performances for free. There’s no paper shuffling…

Arts for All Launched During Oregon Days of Culture

Last year, members of Go Classical PDX, an association ofclassical music organizations in the Portland tri-county region, designed Music for All to offer deeply discounted tickets to locals…

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