CAN Mail: July 2011 Edition

A few of our Facebook fans.

Just a few of our more than 1,000 Facebook fans.

Fernbach flask phentermine online with mastercard femoral opening Achieving Our Goal. With a little help from our friends and fans.

Mobilizing a community as broad and diverse as ours is a big job and CAN owes our social media friends and fans a huge debt of gratitude for embracing the cause and spreading the word. In just 12 months, CAN’s social media network has exploded with an 8000% increase in active daily users on our Facebook page and twice the number of fans. We’ve also seen a remarkable increase not only in followers on Twitter, but in re-tweeting, which exponentially expands our reach as we advocate at the top of our lungs for more and better support for the arts—in our classrooms and our communities.

Find out about our latest achievements, the next steps in our plan and share our vision: Friend us Facebook.com/theArtsCAN and follow us on Twitter.com/theArtsCAN.

Together we can help Portland to reach our true creative and cultural potential by 2012.

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Its summertime in Portland, a season when weekly outdoor concerts and arts festivals draw tens of thousands to experience the joy and power of the arts.

With Portland Center Stage’s JAW Festival electrifying The Armory, The Allure of the Automobile revving up the Portland Arts Museum and the Oregon Symphony preparing for another blockbuster Concert at Waterfront Park, there are few people in Portland who won’t benefit from the impact of public funding for the arts this summer.

Now more than ever, CAN relies on our volunteer army to spread the word and build support. Your time, skills, and expertise are invaluable as we work to increase public funding for the arts. RSVP Today for our next Volunteer Orientation and help CAN make it happen!

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(Passes valid for entry after 9/18/2011 only.)

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Tuesday, August 16th: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
The Armory, 128 NW Eleventh Avenue, Portland
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CAN Volunteers

CAN’s volunteers are key to building the movement!

Elly Baldwin

Elly Baldwin on the opening night of her show at the Blackfish Gallery.
(Photo: Jason Savage)
http://www.tctfcu.org/pages/extras/cards4/service5/ order ultram over the counter Our volunteers make the difference. Meet Elly Baldwin.

CAN is pleased to welcome Elly Baldwin: our newest Outreach Volunteer who’s dedication and enthusiasm has already brought hundreds of new supporters to the movement for a new sustainable funding source for the arts in Portland.

Elly grew up attending public school in the Beaverton School District where she had the opportunity to take art classes from an early age. She also comes from a musical household, her father Ken Baldwin played in the Oregon Symphony from 1985 until shortly before his death in 2008, and her mother gives private piano lessons.

She counts herself lucky to have been exposed to so many musical and artistic experiences as a child and to have had the opportunity to continue to develop her love of art at Lewis & Clark College, where she graduated in 2011 with a Studio Art BA, concentrating in painting. Her first show is currently being held at Blackfish Gallery through July 30, 2011.

When asked why she chose CAN, Elly says, “I am thrilled to be volunteering with CAN because I think everyone, especially children, should have these kinds of creative opportunities.”

To join Elly and become a CAN Outreach Volunteer,  contact Keith Daly, Outreach Coordinator at

keith@theArtsCAN.org or call (503) 961-3142.
http://www.zeitcam.com/docs/assets/cam3/zeit4/ ordering tramadol from canada Our Creativity-Rich Economy. Americans for the Arts looks at Multnomah County’s creative industries.
 

As of January 2011, Multnomah County is home to 3,334 arts-related businesses that employ 15,720 people, reports 
Americans for the Arts. In fact, creative industries account for 6.88 percent of the 48,474 total businesses located in Multnomah County and 3.73 percent of the 421,144 total people employed.
 
Comprised of nonprofit arts organizations and for-profit businesses in film, architecture, and advertising, these arts-centric ventures play an important role in building and sustaining Multnomah County’s economic vibrancy. They employ a creative workforce, spend money locally, generate government revenue, and are a cornerstone of tourism and economic development.
 
In Multnomah County and across the nation, the arts do, in fact, mean business.
 
 

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Multnomah County’s 3,334 arts-related businesses employ 3.73 percent of our workforce.