Fall Special Edition
NEXT WEEK: A day of giving (9/21) plus a day of visioning (9/23)

With Give More 24! and the Arts and Culture Summit just days away, we'd like to take this moment to remind our supporters of what we do and why we do it. 

Our all-volunteer organization works toward building greater arts awareness, rewarding creative excellence, and expanding arts accessibility. With our second Arts and Culture Summit to be held on September 23, we are working to facilitate long-term arts development for Southwest Washington. We envision a stronger arts infrastructure that includes an art center and a performing arts facility. A stronger foundation for art creates the possibility for our community to become a vibrant arts hub. 

Your support will help to make this vision a reality. Arts of Clark County's programs include our annual Clark County Open Studios tour and Poetry Moves, a collaborative effort that features the words of local poets on C-Tran buses. Both of these programs have already demonstrated the power of art in our lives to connect us, transform us, and fuel the economy.

Please consider a donation to Arts of Clark County during Give More 24!
24 hours of giving on September 21

Arts and Culture Summit on September 23
Limited space still available
It's not too late to register!

If you would like to contribute to this important conversation about the future of the arts in our community, please consider attending the Arts and Culture summit on Saturday, September 23. Those wishing to attend this all-day event may register for $35 per person. 

Arts and Culture Summit venue, Artillery Barracks,  graciously provided by Fort Vancouver National Trust

Arts of Clark County

Thanks so much to our generous supporters and volunteers!

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About Arts of Clark County

Arts of Clark County (AoCC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created for the purpose of promoting, encouraging, and enhancing creative expression and artistic opportunities in Clark County and Southwest Washington. The arts contribute to this region's unique character as a desirable place to live, work, and visit. AoCC and its volunteer board of directors supports all forms of art--music, theater, dance, and literary, visual, and media art--and works to ensure that arts experiences are inclusive of individuals of all ages and backgrounds.