Oregon Arts Commision

Contents

  1. Multnomah arts center
  2. Culture sector contributed $687 million
  3. Focused nonprofit organizations
  4. 1] arts tax tax revenue

This grant administration site is no longer active for the Oregon Arts Commission and the Oregon Cultural Trust. Please visit www.oregonartscommission.org or www.culturaltrust.org for information about our current grant opportunities.

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United States of Arts: OregonOregon’s arts and culture sector contributed 7 million and 22,299 jobs to Oregon’s economy in fiscal year 2015, according to the latest Arts & Economic Prosperity study from Americans for the Arts.

Oregon Arts Tax The Portland Arts Tax, formally the Arts Education and Access Income Tax, is a $35 tax paid by residents of Portland, Oregon to support school teachers and art focused nonprofit organizations. residents age eighteen or older with $1,000 or more of taxable income are required to pay the tax. [1] arts tax tax revenue restores

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The Oregon Arts Commission awards millions of dollars in grants every year to Oregon artists and arts organizations preserve and develop the arts and culture of our state for the benefit of all Oregonians.

Check out this year’s Oregon Arts Commission Arts Summit 2011 on the Oregon Arts Commission website – more to come, but this is a great taste of the event.

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