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The Rogue Valley Biennial Exhibit, Classes, Camps, and Employment Opportunities

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Detail of “Linda’s Rain” by Eileen Bowie The Rogue Valley Biennial Exhibit Begins Friday, June 28 IN THE MAIN GALLERY

ROGUE VALLEY BIENNIAL A Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art

June 28 – August 2, 2019

Reception: Friday, July 19, 5:30-8:00 pm This biennial exhibit features artwork from local and regional artists, juried by David Masters and Janet Higgins. These new works present innovative, insightful, and thought provoking expressions of current events, art movements, or political issues. Exhibiting artists include Virginia Andrade, Bruce Bayard, Eileen Bowie, Susan Eileen Burnes, Ann DiSalvo, Pat Enos, Miles Frode, Tom Glassman, Frieda Golding, Jay Gordon, Kelly Gratton, Nomeca Hartwell, Garry Hood, Doug Iverson, Paul Jorizzo, Kristen Meriwether, Richard Newman, Kristen O’Neill, Allen Smith, Kim Sterling, Margaret Stermer-Cox, Joi Tripp, Cherri Van Syoc, Meri Aaron Walker, Zoë West, Eve Margo Withrow

Miles Frode “The Pool Shark”​

CLASSES IN THE ROGUE STUDIO Drawing 101: Learning to

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Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts Seeks New Executive Director

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Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, 48004 St. Andrew’s Road, Pendleton, Oregon 97801, is searching for an Executive Director who can embrace and fulfill the mission and vision of CSIA, and who can bring energy, experience and intellect to the task of moving CSIA into its next decade of growth. Crow’s Shadow’s mission is to provide a creative conduit for educational, social, and economic opportunities for Native Americans through artistic development. CSIA’s programs focus on the fine art of printmaking and traditional Native arts education.

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The Intersection of Creativity & Commerce Gives Us the Cultural Economy (from Arts Watch)

Culture equals jobs. This was the theme of the 2012 World Cultural Economic Forum hosted by New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, who is one of the most enlightened and empowered elected leaders that this nation has ever seen regarding strategically investing in his city’s cultural economy in order to move it forward. As chief counsel […]

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Why Continue a Career in the Arts? (Part 1)

With the national focus shifting from the financial crisis to job creation (and now, this week back to the financial crisis once more), I thought I would use my personal story as a midcareer arts administrator to help shed light on the impact the economy is having on jobs in this field. I’m in my […]

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