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2016 Oregon Arts Summit to address “Arts in Action”

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2016 Oregon Arts Summit to address “Arts in Action” “Arts in Action,” art as a medium for addressing problems and strengthening communities, is the theme for the 2016 Oregon Arts Summit, scheduled for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7, at the LaSells Stewart Center in Corvallis. Featured 2016 Oregon Arts Summit speakers include keynote Tim Carpenter of EngAGE, educator and artist Walidah Imarisha, “Last Supper” artist Julie Green and artist MOsley WOtta.

In addition, Oregon arts leaders will present “Insight Talks” about their experiences effecting positive change through the arts: Terry Inokuma and Nick Rivard of Samaritan Health Services; Bruce Burris of OUTPOST1000/ArtWorks; Liora Sponko from Lane Arts Council; Cheryl Snow of the Clackamas County Arts Alliance; Chrystal Figueroa and Stephen Marc Beaudoin from PHAME; and Seth Truby of BRAVO Youth Orchestras. Each will host round table discussions following their talks.

Walidah Imarisha The 2016 Oregon

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News from the Oregon Arts Commission, August 12, 2011

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Fall grant application deadlines approaching: new online application process; Call for Artist Qualifications for 1% Project at Oregon Institute of Technology; Institute of Technology: Village for Sustainable Living – National and international artists are invited to submit qualifications; Oregon Arts Summit 2011: The Currency of Connection – further details; Oregon Days of Culture 2011: Bigger and Better – Photo contest and chance to win $1000! Read on…

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