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Pamplin Media Group – Wilsonville wants feedback on proposed arts and culture commission

The city is forming the commission as a way to enhance cultural offerings in town.

The city of Wilsonville is poised to form a commission that would shepherd its strategy for improving and accentuating arts and culture in town. 

The city has created a draft proposal for the formation of the commission and will present the proposal during a Wilsonville City Council work session at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15. Prior to that, the city is accepting public comment on the proposal until Nov. 8. 

The recommendation is for the commission to include nine members, at least five of whom

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Pamplin Media Group – Gresham taking applications for arts and culture grant

City to support local performing arts, festivals and other cultural projects

The Gresham Arts and Culture grant is awarding local art and culture nonprofits up to $6,810.

Application forms can be found on the city’s website and are due Nov.15 at 12 p.m.

Applications can be sent via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applicants can also deliver or mail their forms to Sasha Konell at 1333 NW Eastman Parkway, Gresham. COURTESY PHOTO: CITY OF GRESHAM  - The Mt. Hood Jazz Festival was able to host their event virtually and showcased local jazz artists, world-renowned headliners and school-based jazz ensembles.

Only nonprofit organizations physically located within Gresham city limits and Gresham residents who have partnered with a

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Pamplin Media Group – Wilsonville Arts and Culture Council announces live, virtual performance series

Offerings include concerts, dance routine at local church and WilsonvilleSTAGE show.


Unable to host its annual Festival of the Arts again, the Wilsonville Arts and Culture Council is offering another way for local residents to experience the arts, providing in-person and virtual opportunities to do so.

The organization announced in a press release June 25 that it’s hosting the Wilsonville Summer Performance Series, which will include live performances July 16-17 at Meridian United Church of Christ, as well as recordings that will be available virtually throughout August and September.

Contributing artists include Grammy Award-winning West Linn guitarist Mark Hanson, who

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Pamplin Media Group – Art in Oregon founder: Solidify a place for artists

Tammy Jo Wilson: Nonprofit group faces challenge of continuing to connect communities


COURTESY PHOTO - Tammy Jo Wilson, visual arts program manager at Lewis & Clark College, poses along the McLoughlin Promenade in Oregon City.Art in Oregon, a visual art nonprofit based in Oregon City has been navigating the challenges of the COVID crisis. With the widespread loss of art events and exhibitions in 2020 and into 2021, Art in Oregon faces the challenge of continuing to connect artists and communities.

Over the past year, we have been able to pivot to the virtual format when necessary and in person when possible, hosting two online exhibitions and two artist residencies since the beginning of the pandemic. Art in Oregon attributes our ability

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