CAN Mail: February 2012 Edition


Eloise Damrosch, RACC Executive Director and Carol R. Smith, RACC Board Chair at the 2011 State of the Arts.

Photo by Jason Savage.

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Help us shine a light on the importance of arts, culture and creativity for Portland’s economy, livability and the education of our children. RSVP today!

On March 21st at 9:30 AM, Regional Arts & Culture Council Executive Director Eloise Damrosch will testify to the State of the Arts in Portland joined by artists, educators, advocates and employers.
Join the CAN Mob as we fill City Council Chambers with voices of hope, sparks of creativity and a vision for a future where every child has access to art and the culture of every community member is celebrated. We need your support to help Portland reach its true creative and cultural potential.

Help us inpsire Portland’s city leaders with the power of the arts!


Portland Mayoral candidates Eileen Brady, Charlie Hales and Jefferson Smith will be joined by Portland City Council candidates Amanda Fritz, Mary Nolan and Steve Novick for a lively conversation about the arts in Portland, moderated by Portland Monthly Magazine Editor Randy Gragg.
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