Program Director: Cara Mico, firstname.lastname@example.orgG
Arts Education and Summer Art Camp Director: Meagan Sokol, email@example.comG
The Cannon Beach Arts Association supports the diversity of arts and artists in and around Cannon Beach through exhibits, education, and events.
Volunteer by using the link below!
Grants for Artists
The Program Director is available to answer any questions regarding project details or the application process. To apply, please submit a written proposal by the appropriate date to “director @ cannonbeacharts.org”
There are two grant opportunities available: * Artist in Residence (Up to 3) * Performance Artist Grants (Variable and Ongoing)
1) CBAA will award up to 3 artists living full time in Clatsop or Tillamook County a $500 monthly stipend to create art within the Gallery space. The artist will work at least once per week in the Cannon Beach Gallery as an artist in residence and create works for our retail area between the months of January 2019 and June 2019. Artists will commit to at least 2 months of residency and will be awarded no more than 6 months in residency. There is a strong sales component to this residency, please indicate that you are comfortable working in a public setting and selling your work directly to customers. Artist(s) will share proceeds from any sales of their artwork within the Gallery at our standard commission rate. Artists who have received a grant from CBAA within the previous 5 years are excluded from applying. Artists may only apply for one grant per year. Submit proposals for the artist residency by January 20, 2019. Award date is January 31, 2019.
2) CBAA will sponsor musicians and performance artists to perform at our monthly receptions and fundraiser events as well as to create new works. This grant is ongoing and open to any resident of Clatsop or Tillamook County. Compensation varies based upon the proposal and available funds. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis. Performance artists who have received a grant from CBAA within the previous 2 years are excluded from applying. Artists may only apply for one grant per year.
To apply, provide the following in a word doc or pdf to “director @ cannonbeacharts.org”
1) Current resume 2) Link to a digital portfolio 3) Timeline for the project 4) Clear description of what is being proposed 5) Detailed budget of project costs 6) Narrative explaining how the project will support the artistic community in Cannon Beach.
The Cannon Beach Arts Association would not be successful without the assistance of our many, wonderful docents. They are here to answer your questions about the art in the gallery, coming events, membership, and other questions you may have about CBAA. Docents work in the gallery, usually for 2.5 hours at a time, as often as they are able. Docents also may also assist at special events sponsored by CBAA. Docents who are artists may also have the opportunity to display their work in a special reserved space, which is referred to as the Docent Wall, for a month long exhibit of their work. Please feel free to approach them for assistance. If you are interested in becoming a Docent or volunteering, please contact our Program Director at “firstname.lastname@example.org”
The Cannon Beach Arts Association supports, funds, and enhances the arts and artists in Cannon Beach and the region through education, events, and exhibits.
Staffed primarily by volunteers, the Gallery features regional and local artists working in fine arts and crafts in nine curated shows each year. We provide opportunities for emerging and professional artists through our Juried Show Program, Artist Grant Program, as well as internship and scholarship opportunities for youth and adults. Our retail store showcases local jewelry, prints, pottery, and other work by local artists. We offer regular workshops and a summer art camp for children and adults. For more information contact the Program Director, Cara Mico, at email@example.com or call 503-277-8757.