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Oregon Arts Commission News & Updates – January 2020

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Oregon Arts Commission News & Updates – January 2020 In this issue of Oregon Arts Commission News: A rare opening on the Arts Commission staff, Oregon recipients of recent NEA awards, Betty LaDuke’s exhibition celebrating Oregon’s agricultural workers in the Governor’s Office, Grant and Fellowships News…Plus we welcome a new Arts Commissioner and announce a Career Opportunity Grant deadline of March 5! Visit our Website We are hiring! Arts Commission seeks Community Arts Development Coordinator The Oregon Arts Commission has an immediate opening for a Community Arts Development Coordinator. If you are passionate about strengthening Oregon’s arts community and enjoy collaborating with stakeholders to deliver arts training and technical assistance, you should consider this opportunity. The successful candidate will excel at building relationships and enjoy detail-oriented work such as the application review process, providing technical assistance to the field and administering grant-making programs. A broad knowledge of Oregon’s arts

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Repertory Singers Executive Director Search

Repertory Singers Executive Director Search Applications are now open for the permanent part-time job of Executive Director for Repertory Singers. The job description and qualifications are below. A cover letter and resume are required to apply. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION SOUTHERN OREGON REPERTORY SINGERS THE ORGANIZATION: Southern Oregon Repertory Singers in a non-profit performing arts organization entering its 32nd year. Led by Dr. Paul French, Music Director, the 60-voice auditioned semi-professional chorus consists of both paid and unpaid singers. The 2017-18 season is comprised of four concerts with two performances each at the 440-seat Southern Oregon University Recital Hall as well as a three- performance collaborative concert with Rogue Valley Symphony. There is an active Board of Directors. The organization is financially sound, generates a surplus, and has financial reserves.

JOB TITLE: Executive Director, Part-time, Permanent, 20 hours per week average.

SEARCH TIMELINE: Open until filled.

REPORTS TO: President of

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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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