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In February 2018, City Council adopted a plan to preserve and expand affordable arts space in our community with recommendations to address the rapid loss of creative space impacting Portland's artists, arts organizations, and public access to the arts.
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Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is seeking local talent – artists, small bands, performing artists – from the Portland Metro Area (Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, and Clark Counties) for small, unadvertised, one-hour pop-up performances for summer 2021.
City of Portland original art mural permit information and application.
In February 2019, Portland Parks & Recreation announced a pilot space grant program offering time and space for artists to develop, create, and experiment in three PP&R facilities: Charles Jordan Community Center, Multnomah Arts Center, and Laurelhurst Dance Studio.
Summer Free For All (SFFA) keeps kids and families active and healthy, builds community, and celebrates Portland’s diverse cultures and local artists by providing free, inclusive, family-friendly summer activities – like live music, movies, crafts, sports, games, and lunches – all summer long.