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Research shows heightened local awareness around the need for deeper funding solutions for the arts, and Jessica’s energy, enthusiasm and creativity in bringing diverse groups together are leadership qualities that will ensure success.

Jessica joins CAN with 18 years of experience as a fundraiser and nonprofit leader, having secured more than $35 million in funding for education, arts and culture, the environment, social services and civil rights. She follows interim executive director Kathleen Cosgrove, whose leadership was instrumental in the formation of CAN and the Creative Action Plan.

So, what can you do now? Please encourage your friends to join these efforts toward a dedicated funding source for our region’s arts and culture through the following actions:

– Subscribe at theartscan.org to receive CAN updates

– Join our Creative Advocacy Network Facebook group

– Donate and be part of this historic grassroots movement to change the face of arts funding http://theartscan.org/why.html.

– Read the Creative Action Plan for the region at http://www.creativecapacity.org/media/uploads/RACC_Act.pdf

Thank you for your ongoing efforts to ensure that the arts are not a luxury, but a necessity for our region to keep creating, inspiring, innovating and thriving.

Food. Shelter. Art.

Chris Coleman

Board Chair, Creative Advocacy Network

Artistic Director, Portland Center Stage