Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s Annual ARTrageous benefit auction at Kids Unlimited, 821 North Riverside Drive, Medford, October 5 at 5:00 pm. Silent Auction & Cocktail Hour followed by Dinner & Live Auction; Dinner prepared by Jacksonville Inn Catering, Wine donated by Weisinger’s of Ashland.
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We received word on Friday that there is a job posting available for a full time art teacher specializing in ceramics, sculpture, and/or graphic arts at North Medford High School. Click through to read this post for more details and to download an application. Deadline for application is July 19.
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Clatsop Community College students enrolled in the Spring term Basic Design class taught by CCC Art Instructor Kristin Shauck are exhibiting a five by eight foot acrylic mural entitled Auto Pop at Lum’s Auto Center in Warrenton. The mural has been up since June 14th and will be on display through the end of July.
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Rogue Gallery & Art Center receives a grant from Fred W. Fields Fund and Butch & Richard Fraley Charitable Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is the recipient of an $11,500 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation to fund their Elementary Arts Outreach Program Expansion. The Elementary Arts Outreach Program will benefit seven fifth grade classes from Jackson, Kennedy, Wilson and Washington Elementary Schools throughout the 2013-2014 school year with visual arts education including classroom visits by an artist educator and field trips to the Rogue Gallery & Art Center.
The Program began five years ago with one fifth grade class at Jackson Elementary in response to the lack of formal visual arts education in the elementary school curriculum. With the generous support of foundations and in partnership with the Medford Public School District, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center expanded
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The Rogue Community College Community Orchestra will perform in concert at 7 p.m. June 5 in the Rogue Auditorium, RCC Redwood Campus, 3345 Redwood Hwy. Admission is free. The concert will include selections from “Les Miserables,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “The Lord of the Dance,” “The Mission,” and Gilbert and Sullivan. Gary Kroll directs the orchestra. For more information contact Kroll at 541-890-3423.
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The 2013 CCC Art Student Show will be on display at the CCC Art Center Gallery from Thursday, May 16th to Friday, June 7th. An opening reception for the student artists is scheduled for Thursday, May 16th at 6:00 p.m. in the Art Center Gallery (located at 1799 Lexington Ave. in Astoria, OR). During the reception, cash prizes and award winners will be announced.
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I just updated my King David Harp page on my website, with new photos and videos from Youtube. Please take a look!:-)King David Davidic Harps, Nevels and Kinnors I am now able to offer my Kinnors created with Olive Wood from the …
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The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is pleased to present artwork by inspired local fifth graders and very talented teen artists this month! The Community Gallery is filled with over 100, colorful, mixed-media “Chromarrific” paintings created by three fifth grade classes from Jackson and Kennedy Elementary Schools as part of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s Elementary Arts Outreach program. Opening during Medford’s Third Friday on April 19th, and on display from April 19th through May 3rd is the Artist Teen Mentoring Project exhibit which will feature a variety of inspirational art by teens and their professional artist mentors.
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