NONPROFITS/MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS

c:3initiative

7326 N Chicago Ave

Portland 97203

c:3initiative.org

 

c:3initiative is a non-profit organization that supports contemporary art that addresses progressive social concepts and public discourse.  The organization brings nationally recognized artists to Portland via several residencies, provides material and organizational support to nascent artist projects through its incubator program, and presents artist lectures and other educational programming to the community.

 

Disjecta

8371 N Interstate Ave

Portland 97217

disjectaarts.org

503 286 9449

 

Disjecta is a nonprofit arts organization and exhibition space in a former firehouse in North Portland that presents visual and performing artists from the local area and beyond, and hosts residencies for visiting artists, as well as lectures, discussions, music and other events.  

 

Flight 64

Near the intersection of NE 30th and NE Alberta St,

in the courtyard of Bella Pizza

Portland 97211

flight64.org

flight64studio@gmail.com

 

Flight 64 is a member-run nonprofit printmaking cooperative that has provided access to printing presses and equipment to its member artists since 2003.  The studio includes equipment for screen printing, intaglio, relief, lithography, letterpress, and more print processes. Artists share their work with the community during open studio exhibitions on Last Thursdays.

 

Hollywood Theatre

4122 NE Sandy Blvd

Portland, 97212

Hollywoodtheatre.org

info@hollywoodtheatre.org

503 281 4215

503 493 1128

 

Hollywood Theatre is a nonprofit organization that presents classic and contemporary films, artist-made films, and films in 35- and 70-mm at its historic building in the Hollywood neighborhood.  The theatre presents ongoing film series and special events.

 

Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC)

1305 SE MLK JR BLVD

Portland 97214

iprc.org

503 827 0249

 

IPRC is a nonprofit resource center that provides education and access to facilities and equipment for publishing literature and artwork.  Facilities include letterpress, screen printing, and binding, and in addition to workshops on a range of subjects, the center offers a certificate program that prepares students for career in many publishing, art, and media related fields.  Memberships require $75 in dues per year, and include access to facilities and discounted workshop rates.

Multnomah Arts Center

7688 SW Capitol HWY

Portland 97219

multnomahartscenter.org

503 823 2787

The Multnomah Arts Center (MAC) is a community organization that provides affordable, year-round workshops in visual and performing arts to students of all ages.  MAC also hosts gallery exhibitions, performances, and other events.  MAC is operated by Portland Parks & Recreation. 

 

Northwest Film Center

934 SW Salmon

Portland 97205

nwfilm.org

info@nwfilm.org

503 221 1156

 

The Northwest Film Center has offered media arts resources and services to the Portland region since 1971.  The theater screens educational films and juried showcases such as the Portland International Film Festival, and the center hosts a variety of educational programs for youth and adults as well as equipment access and support for local filmmakers.

 

Open Signal

2766 NE MLK Jr Blvd

Portland 97212

opensignalpdx.org

info@opensignalpdx.org

503 288 1515

 

Open Signal (formerly Portland Community Media) helps to support and promote non-commercial media made and distributed in the Portland area.  Open Signal broadcasts community-produced television programming on six channels,offers youth and adult education on topics related to media production, and provides access to technical equipment and facilities. The organization engages with Portland’s contemporary arts communities by facilitating artist lectures, installations, residencies, and more.  

 

 

Oregon Arts Commission
775 Summer Street NE, Ste 200
Salem, 97301

oregonartscommission.org

oregon.artscomm@oregon.gov

503 986 0082

 

The Oregon Arts Commission is a publicly funded state institution that receives support from the budget of the government of Oregon and from the National Endowment for the Arts to facilitate a variety of arts related programming, including educational initiatives, outreach, and grants for organizations and individuals.  

 

PADA (Portland Art Dealers Association)

Box 29138

Portland, 97296

padaoregon.org

 

PADA is a consortium of some of Portland’s longest-running art galleries; it coordinates marketing and events for its members and produces a print guide to their offerings each season.  

p;ear

338 NW 6th Ave.

Portland 97209

pearmentor.org

503 228 6677

P;ear is a nonprofit that provides creative and professional education and opportunities for homeless and transitional youth through one-on-one mentorships, job skills training, and community building activities.  

 

PICA (Portland Institute for Contemporary Art)

415 SW 10th Ave STE 300

Portland 97205

pica.org

pica@pica.org

503 242 1419

 

PICA is a contemporary arts center that supports experimental, interdisciplinary, and performance art projects by artists from Portland and beyond.  The institute organizes exhibitions, lectures, and performances throughout the city, as well as producing its yearly arts festival, TBA.  PICA also administers the Precipice Fund.

 

Print Arts Northwest

7688 SW Capitol Hwy

Portland 97219

printartsnw.org

971 258 1343

 

Print Arts Northwest is a membership-based educational nonprofit that supports a community of contemporary print artists and promotes the appreciation of print arts amongst the broader public.  The organization was founded by artists in 1981, and it accepts applications from prospective members on an ongoing basis.

 

Public Annex

publicannex.org

everybody@publicannex.org

 

Public Annex is a nonprofit organization that coordinates inclusive arts education and urban farming programs.  Art workshops are open to the public, and are designed to welcome artists with developmental disabilities.

 

Regional Arts and Culture Council

411 NW Park Ave STE 101

Portland, 97209

racc.org

503 823 5111

 

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) provides services and funding to artists and arts organizations in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties.  The organization facilitates educational initiatives, outreach, and professional skills workshops, and provides grant funding for public art, individual artists, and arts nonprofits and schools.

 

S1

7320 NE Sandy BLVD

Portland 97213

s1portland.org

 

S1 is a nonprofit arts organization run by artists that offers performances, exhibitions, and education.  It features a synth library and music/sound workshops, and it also hosts parties and music events.


 

Yale Union

782 SE 10th Ave

Portland 97214

yaleunion.org

 

Yale Union is a contemporary arts center that hosts exhibitions of internationally recognized artists, artist talks, and film series, and offers resources such as an art library and preparator and development internships.