Cam Suttles

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Open Studios Call for Artists

April 4th, 2017|

One outgrowth of the 2012 Arts and Culture Summit has been the very successful Clark County Open Studios tour. If you are a visual artist living in Clark County working in any medium, you are invited to apply to be a participating artist in the 5th annual Open Studios tour.

This is a juried art event […]

Planning underway for second Arts and Culture Summit

April 4th, 2017|

In March 2012, we held the first Clark County Arts and Culture Summit, a gathering of arts organizations, business leaders, local representatives, and individuals wanting to see a greater focus on the arts in our community. Now, five years later, we are planning our second summit on September 23 in the Artillery Building at the […]

Plugging into Olympia

March 1st, 2017|

In last month’s issue of ARTS brief, we talked about a tremendous opportunity we have in Vancouver to build our arts infrastructure, meeting real needs, fueling our economy and bolstering our community’s identity. The key is connecting the right people and resources to make something happen.

We took a small step in that direction February […]

Fort Vancouver: A potential catalyst for the arts?

February 3rd, 2017|

In the vast arts ecosystem that reaches across the river to Portland and beyond, Vancouver holds an untapped opportunity that could be a game-changer for our community and our economy.

The Fort Vancouver National Historic Site includes a “campus” of army barracks buildings in need of redevelopment by tenants willing to provide a public benefit aligned […]

Poetry Moves launch party set for January 15

December 4th, 2016|

In mid October, Printed Matter Vancouver publishers and Poetry Moves jurors Christopher Luna and Toni Partington announced winners for Season 3 of Poetry Moves. The program is sponsored by Printed Matter Vancouver, Clark County Poet Laureate Christopher Luna, Arts of Clark County, and C-Tran. The new batch of poems will appear in all C-Tran buses […]

4th annual Open Studios!

November 4th, 2016|

November means Open Studios to us, and we are all about celebrating this wonderful program we created with you. We want you to get as excited as we are about the Open Studios tour happening Saturday, Nov. 12 and Sunday, Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This year’s free self-guided tour includes 50 […]

2016 Grants awarded

October 7th, 2016|

Arts of Clark County annual grants totaling $2,500 were recently awarded to support three individual artists and two nonprofits with projects that will have a positive impact on the Clark County arts community.

Mixing it up – power of networking
Artist Erika Bartlett received a grant award for her work with Arts & Biz Quarterly mixers. These […]

Imagine…

September 1st, 2016|

Art as a vital foundation to build an economically thriving city filled with soul-enriching nourishment, enhanced livability, and connected communities

Creative energy lives in all of us. It’s up to us to decide to let its power fuel our inspiration, transform our moments, and spark the courage to share its gifts with others. It is true […]

Help support the arts in our community!

August 18th, 2016|

Arts of Clark County, an all-volunteer nonprofit dedicated to boosting the arts in our region, has joined Give More 24! — a fundraising campaign created by the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington. We hope you’ve noticed the good works we do, like organizing the annual Clark County Open Studios tour and working with our Poet Laureate to […]

Art angels needed

July 1st, 2016|

— Jackie Genis

Former public radio producer, Vancouver resident, and history buff Todd Bachmann is working to create a two-night intimate summer concert at Angst Gallery that highlights artist Bobby Gibson, one of Vancouver’s more famous country and western musicians. The purpose for the project is to revive a connection to Vancouver’s rich country and western […]