August article in The Charbonneau Villager, Eric Hoem, President,Charbonneau Arts Association The covid-19 crisis has deepened my sense of gratitude and appreciation [...]
Oregon Legislature approves emergency relief funding for arts and culture $25.9 million allocated to Cultural Trust for statewide cultural relief
The funding was made available through the federal Coronavirus Relief Fund to address the devastating impact the COVID-19 health crisis is having on Oregon’s arts and cultural community.
The Board of Directors of the Charbonneau Arts Association announces that Rick Cady has been named as chair of the Organizing Committee of 2020 Charbonneau Arts Festival.
The Charbonneau Arts Association will donate $4000 each to the art program at Canby and Wilsonville High Schools in an Award Reception at Charbonneau Country Club, Sunday, January 12, 2020, 2 to 4 p.m.
Enjoy the music from David Rowe. Festival 2019. Performing at the Corner Coffee Shoppe in Wilsonville on Sunday Feb 16th 11am-2pm
We hope you enjoy more melodies from David Rowe who was a very popular local musician at our Festival 2019. Thanks again, David!
UPDATED: Challenge Donation! A supporter will match $1,000 in new donations made by December 31, 2019.
This is a real opportunity to support Charbonneau Arts & support to Canby & Wilsonville High School Art programs. Up to $1000 in donations will be matched if made by year-end.
Art festival offers a full weekend of activities and fun with something different happening each day.
We are very pleased to announce that the Charbonneau Arts Association is partnering with Pamplin Media to bring even more media coverage to our 2019 Charbonneau Arts Festival. The alliance will ensure presence across all Pamplin newspapers, including social media and digital ads on their websites. This added publicity will further benefit our supporting sponsors and our artists and artisans and sponsors “at show.”
Elaine Swyt joins Charbonneau Art Association Board. Many thanks to retiring board member, Dick Miller.
Charbonneau Arts announces new board member, Elaine Swyt and says many thanks to retiring board member, Dick Miller.
There is a “caution” that comes with this recruiting poster. It says, “Danger: Working with the Charbonneau Art Association could be addictive.”