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Portland Institute for Contemporary Art

Portland Institute for Contemporary Art acknowledges and advances new developments in contemporary art while fostering the creative explorations of artists and audiences. PICA’s programming supports the experiments of…

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Salem Riverfront Carousel

Salem’s Riverfront Carousel was handcrafted between 1995-2001 and is distinctly Oregon themed with various State symbols as part of its artistic attraction. All of the items, including the…

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Southern Oregon Guild

We are a non-profit Oregon membership Corporation, supporting artists and the arts in Southern Oregon. We maintain a co-op Gallery and Art Center in Kerby, Oregon and have…

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Talent Maker City

Talent Maker City is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Talent, Oregon working to build a more connected, more prosperous community through hands-on creativity and STEAM-based learning.…

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The Hoffman Center for the Arts

Founded in 2004, the Hoffman Center for the Arts provides artistic, cultural and educational activities in north Tillamook County. We engage participants through a variety of creative pursuits:…

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Tualatin Hills Park Foundation

Since 1958, Tualatin Hills Park Foundation has served the greater Beaverton community by leading philanthropic activities that support projects and programs run by Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation…

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Willamette Art Center

The Willamette Art Center is Salem’s only community ceramic arts center since 2005. The Willamette Art Center operates as the public face of the Friends of the Visual…

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Wren Community Club

Mission statement: “To foster community spirit and provide a building for community activities.” In the late 1930’s members of the Wren Community Club (WCC) built a community building…

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