Plugging into Olympia

2020-05-14T17:47:21-07:00March 1st, 2017|Community Involvement, Economic Development, Performing Arts, Visual Art|

In last month’s issue of ARTS brief, we talked about a tremendous opportunity we have in Vancouver to build our arts infrastructure, meeting real needs, fueling our economy and bolstering our community’s identity. The key is connecting the right people and resources to make something happen. We took a small step in that direction February [...]

Fort Vancouver: A potential catalyst for the arts?

2020-05-14T17:47:34-07:00February 3rd, 2017|Economic Development|

In the vast arts ecosystem that reaches across the river to Portland and beyond, Vancouver holds an untapped opportunity that could be a game-changer for our community and our economy. The Fort Vancouver National Historic Site includes a "campus" of army barracks buildings in need of redevelopment by tenants willing to provide a public benefit [...]


2020-05-14T17:48:57-07:00September 1st, 2016|Community Involvement, Economic Development|

Art as a vital foundation to build an economically thriving city filled with soul-enriching nourishment, enhanced livability, and connected communities Creative energy lives in all of us. It's up to us to decide to let its power fuel our inspiration, transform our moments, and spark the courage to share its gifts with others. It is [...]

Creativity & Commerce

2020-05-14T17:54:19-07:00October 24th, 2013|Economic Development|

On Wednesday, October 23, from 6-8pm, Arts of Clark County and the Clark County Arts Commission presented "Creativity & Commerce," a fun, fast-paced event that explored the economic impact of the arts in Clark County. The event, hosted by Arts of Clark County board member Temple Lentz, had a "talk-show" format. The show included a [...]

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New sidewalk banners help art events get noticed

2020-05-14T17:58:12-07:00August 1st, 2011|Community Involvement, Economic Development|

Arts of Clark County has funded the production of sidewalk banners promoting arts events. These bold signs are intended for special events, such as First Friday art walks, openings and performances. The banners, which are the property of AoCC, can be loaned out for any arts event at no charge. The idea is to add [...]

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