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Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts

Blue Sky serves 25,000 visitors/year at our 3,700 square foot gallery. All programs are free and include: * 22-24 solo photography shows. Artists receive a $750 stipend, can…

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Oregon Children’s Theatre Company

The mission of Oregon Children’s Theatre is to create exceptional theater experiences that transform lives. Our vision is that all children, families, and communities have opportunities to learn…

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Oregon Coast Council of the Arts

The non-profit Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (OCCA) is based in the thriving central Oregon coast town of Newport. OCCA’s mission is to develop, promote and celebrate…

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Oregon Conservatory of Performing Arts

We teach the process of theatre — from understanding the text and its social context to rehearsing and staging a show. We emphasize professionalism, camaraderie, and teamwork. Our…

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Oregon Contemporary Theatre

Oregon Contemporary Theatre creates bold entertainment, challenges expectation, inspires curiosity, encourages dialogue and supports positive change. We believe theatre can transform audiences, students, artists, our community and the…

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Oregon Friends of C.G. Jung

The purpose of the Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung (OFCGJ) is to further the knowledge of and interest in Jungian psychology in the state of Oregon. OFCGJ…

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Oregon Humanities Center-University of Oregon

The Oregon Humanities Center (OHC) seeks to promote and strengthen the humanities, both on campus and in the broader community, by supporting humanities research and teaching, fostering collaboration…

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Oregon Humanities-Oregon Council for the Humanities

Oregon Humanities connects Oregonians to ideas that change lives and transform communities, encouraging Oregonians to learn about and discuss social, cultural, and public issues. Programs include Conversation Project,…

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Founded in 1935 and winner of two Tony Awards, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is one of the oldest and largest theatres in the U.S. Each year, 400,000 ticketholders…

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