Feb. 6th-Mar. 8th: Workshops, “Conversations with Partners and Funders” with the Oregon Cultural Trust

More than $5 million in funding will be on the table when Oregon Cultural Trust Manager Aili Schreiner joins with colleagues from the Cultural Trust’s Statewide Partners and other funders Feb. 6 through March 8 for “Conversations with Funders and Partners,” a 14-stop state tour. Attendees will learn about grant programs available from multiple grantmakers and will have the opportunity to discuss their projects and programming (find shared Grant Calendar here). Other statewide programming resources also will be presented.

Make sure to check out the schedule here!

Jan. 29th-Feb. 15th: Timber Culture at the State Capitol

Open Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center’s exhibit “Timber Culture” will be on display in the Oregon State Capitol Galleria for part of Black History Month. The exhibit offers an exclusive look at Oregon’s multicultural logging industry. The exhibit depicts the lives of loggers and their families drawn together from different cultures during the great migration. Visit tinyurl.com/chg-maxville to learn more.

This free visitor experience is sponsored by the Capitol History Gateway, a project of the Oregon State Capitol Foundation. With your support, the Oregon State Capitol Foundation works to provide free cultural and educational opportunities for the public.

For more information about events at your Oregon State Capitol, please call Visitor Services at 503-986-1388 or go to the events page at: oregoncapitol.com.

Jan. 27th-Apr. 21st: Special Exhibit at the Willamette Heritage Center

Join the Willamette Heritage Center for their new exhibit starting on January 27th and running through April 21st.

Arrival: Stories of Migration, Immigration, and Journeys in the Mid-Willamette Valley

Locomotive arriving at train depot in Turner, Oregon (WHC 0085.076.0026.012)

This is the 8th Annual Heritage Invitational Exhibit. WHC joins with organizations from all over the valley to present you with this special exhibit about how and why people came to the Willamette Valley.

Check out this link for more information!

Jan. 19th: Fine Art Friday at Bush Barn Art Center

Make sure to join the Bush Barn Art Center for Fine Art Friday on Friday, January 19th from 5:30-7:30 pm!

On view during the first reception of 2018 will be Nancy Lindburg – Images of Time: 65 Years of Art and LifeMatthew Boulay: Combat GrassFeatured Artist: Stephen KekuleEmerging Artist: Aaron Wilson; and Artist-in-Residence: Eilish Gormley. Come mingle with artists and other people from the arts community. Light refreshments will be provided by the SAA Gallery Guides and Roth’s Fresh Markets.