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2019 ‘CONVERSATIONS WITH FUNDERS and PARTNERS’ SCHEDULED

2019 ‘CONVERSATIONS WITH FUNDERS and PARTNERS’ SCHEDULED

Salem, Ore. – More than $5 million in funding will be available when Oregon Cultural Trust Manager Aili Schreiner joins with colleagues from the Cultural Trust’s Statewide Partners…

A special New Year’s message from Storm, Hunter and Jimmie

A special New Year’s message from Storm, Hunter and Jimmie

It’s the final day to give! Before you crack the champagne, watch this special message from Storm Large, Hunter Noack and Jimmie Herrod.…

Why do arts and culture matter to you?

Why do arts and culture matter to you?

We asked Storm Large, Hunter Noack and Jimmie Herrod to tell us why arts and culture matter. You have to hear what they said!…

Storm, Hunter and Jimmie jam for culture!

Storm, Hunter and Jimmie jam for culture!

Oregon artists Storm Large, Hunter Noack and Jimmie Herrod joined forces to sing the praises of the cultural tax credit this year. The results are both entertaining AND…

Discover Portland’s cultural treasures!

Discover Portland’s cultural treasures!

Are you ready for a Cultural Treasure Hunt? In partnership with Artslandia, we’ve carefully chosen a handful of Portland’s most iconic cultural locations for you to seek out…

Cultural Trust geographic reach “remarkable,” says impact report; Per capita funding for culture peaks in rural Oregon

Cultural Trust geographic reach “remarkable,” says impact report; Per capita funding for culture peaks in rural Oregon

Salem, Ore. – A new impact study of the Oregon Cultural Trust calls its geographic reach “remarkable” and reinforces its unique role as a stable and accessible funding…

Willamette Week Urges Donors to Cultural Nonprofits to Give to the Trust, Too.

Willamette Week Urges Donors to Cultural Nonprofits to Give to the Trust, Too.

An Article in Willamette Week Touts the Uniqueness and Impact of the Cultural Trust Willamette Week helped introduce readers to the “only in Oregon” Cultural Trust and cultural tax credit…

Record $3.02 million in grants awarded to 137 Oregon cultural organizations

Record $3.02 million in grants awarded to 137 Oregon cultural organizations

Salem, Ore. – As a testament to Oregonians’ steadfast and growing commitment to supporting culture, the Oregon Cultural Trust will award a record $3.02 million in grants to…

You might know them from Pink Martini. But did you know this?

You might know them from Pink Martini. But did you know this?

    Two of Oregon’s hottest singers, Storm Large and Jimmie Herrod, are making public confessions… about the Oregon Cultural Trust! Hear what they have to confess here.…

Grant supports renovation of Burn’s Historic Central Hotel

Grant supports renovation of Burn’s Historic Central Hotel

A diamond in the rough shines again! One of the projects supported by a 2018 Cultural Trust grant to the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office was the restoration…

Days of Culture winner! Enjoy Kim Stafford’s poem saluting OSLP Arts and Culture

Days of Culture winner! Enjoy Kim Stafford’s poem saluting OSLP Arts and Culture

An image featuring a mural created by Eugene’s OSLP Arts and Culture program was selected as the winner for the 2018 Days of Culture campaign. The prize? An…

Cultural Trust partners with Travel Oregon on Oregon Mural Trail

Cultural Trust partners with Travel Oregon on Oregon Mural Trail

PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 15, 2018—If you were among the millions wowed by Travel Oregon’s whimsical Only Slightly Exaggerated advertising campaign last spring, now is your chance to behold…

Poetry on the road! Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford announces fall schedule

Poetry on the road! Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford announces fall schedule

Salem, Ore. – Kim Stafford, Oregon’s new Poet Laureate, is making good on his promise to connect with as many Oregonians as possible, with more than two dozen…

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