Arts of Clark County Launches Grants Program

2018-01-29T19:05:15+00:00 June 14th, 2015|Community Involvement, Professional Development|

Dedicated to supporting and promoting the arts in Clark County, Arts of Clark County has launched a grants program for individual artists and nonprofit arts organizations located within Clark County, Washington. Artists of all disciplines (music, dance, visual art, writing, etc.) are encouraged to apply. Each year, Arts of Clark County will award up to [...]

Library adds “Art & Talk” program

2015-03-24T01:10:05+00:00 February 21st, 2015|Community Involvement, Visual Art|

Three Creeks Community Library in Vancouver is hosting a bi-monthly series of art exhibitions and talks to be scheduled through the remainder of 2015. This program provides opportunities for local artists to work with the library to display their artwork. It also gives artists the chance to speak about their art process, inspirations, influences, and [...]

Old car gets new skin

2018-01-29T19:05:15+00:00 June 12th, 2014|Community Involvement, Education, Visual Art|

Introducing the Art Car! The Art Car is an old Saab that just received a new paint job thanks to a talented group of students from Columbia River High School. Arts of Clark County Board members Scott Collard and Maureen Andrade worked with local educators and businesses to create the project. The students planned the [...]

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The Chalk Door Project

2018-01-29T19:05:17+00:00 April 3rd, 2012|Community Involvement, Public Art, Visual Art|

The Chalk Door Project was a roving art piece by K. C. Madsen with collaborators Temple Lentz, Cameron Suttles and everyone who made their mark in chalk. The mobile installation asked people to describe what they love about their Clark County community. Viewers were invited to finish a sentence any way they want, doodle, or [...]

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2012 Summit follow-up

2017-03-09T23:59:27+00:00 March 30th, 2012|Community Involvement|

A follow up meeting to the Clark County Arts and Culture Summit was held on March 28, 2012 at the Clack Public Utilities public meeting room. In attendance were about 30 of those people who had attended the summit and others interested in learning what took place at the summit so they could share their [...]

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2012 Arts and Culture Summit

2018-01-29T19:05:17+00:00 March 5th, 2012|Community Involvement|

The Clark County Arts and Culture Summit was held on March 3, 2012 at the newly renovated and restored Artillery Building at Fort Vancouver. A capacity of 120 people joined in this full day of networking, conversation, panels, listening and sharing their ideas for the future of our arts community. Our facilitator was Anne Stadler, [...]

A day of connections, energy, ideas and momentum

2018-01-29T19:05:17+00:00 March 4th, 2012|Community Involvement|

During the March 3, 2012 event, participants heard the stories of community leaders on four moderated panels, followed by break-out sessions to discuss ideas and solutions. The day wrapped up with a social time for networking and continuing the conversation. Anne Stadler—facilitator The Summit was facilitated by independent consultant Anne Stadler, who led group workshop [...]

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New sidewalk banners help art events get noticed

2015-03-03T06:09:12+00:00 August 1st, 2011|Community Involvement, Economic Development|

Arts of Clark County has funded the production of sidewalk banners promoting arts events. These bold signs are intended for special events, such as First Friday art walks, openings and performances. The banners, which are the property of AoCC, can be loaned out for any arts event at no charge. The idea is to add [...]

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