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OAC Update on grant awards, Art in Public Places Roster now open and the first-ever tour of our State Capitol’s art collection!

George Johanson, "Day and Night," 2012. Acrylic and oil on canvas. Oregon Department of Transportation.

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Update on grant awards, Art in Public Places Roster now open and the first-ever tour of our State Capitol’s art collection!

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Grant award timeline update OSG, ALG awards to be announced in September

Due to the new biennium budget process, the announcement of grant awards for the Operating Support and Arts Learning programs is delayed until September. The Arts Commission is awaiting a final approved budget from the Legislative Fiscal Office and the Business Oregon fiscal office, as well as action by the Arts Commission board, so that grant awards can be finalized and distributed. Final approval of grant awards is expected at the Arts Commission board meeting in early September. Official notification of application status and funding awards will happen after

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March news From Oregon Arts Commission

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April 17, 2014 Michael Dalton Michael Dalton and Lawrence Fong appointed to the Oregon Arts Commission Lawrence Fong

Michael Dalton, a retired Oregon State University professor who lives in Corvallis and Newport, and Lawrence Fong, an independent curator and writer from Portland, have been appointed to the Oregon Arts Commission by Gov. John Kitzhaber. Both have significant arts experience; Dalton serves on the boards of both Corvallis’ da Vinci Days Festival and the Newport Symphony Orchestra, and Fong was associate director and curator of American art at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art from 1996 until 2009. Read full bios for Dalton and Fong.

“We are thrilled to have Michael and Larry add their extensive arts experience and expertise to the Commission,” says Julie Vigeland, chair of

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News form the Oregon Arts Commission and Survey with Sunday deadline...

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February 12, 2014 Editor’s Note: After a long hiatus, we are happy to revive the Oregon Arts Commission e-newsletter. If you have suggestions for timely arts updates please contact [email protected] Survey calls for input on executive director search What qualities do you believe are most important in the next executive director of the Oregon Arts Commission and the Oregon Cultural Trust? A stakeholder survey invites your insights and perspective on the attributes you believe we should be looking for during an upcoming national search to fill the position. The survey takes about five minutes to complete and will be live until Sunday, Feb. 16. Responses will be compiled and used to develop the ideal candidate profile, which will guide the selection process. All survey participants will be notified of a subsequent public session at which the recruitment plan and job posting will be adopted. Link to the survey here.

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