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Poetry Moves launch party set for January 15

2016-12-04T23:55:22+00:00 December 4th, 2016|Community Involvement, Literary Arts, Public Art|

In mid October, Printed Matter Vancouver publishers and Poetry Moves jurors Christopher Luna and Toni Partington announced winners for Season 3 of Poetry Moves. The program is sponsored by Printed Matter Vancouver, Clark County Poet Laureate Christopher Luna, Arts of Clark County, and C-Tran. The new batch of poems will appear in all C-Tran buses [...]

The Visitor ‘interacts’ successfully with the community stirring artful conversations

2017-03-10T19:17:38+00:00 February 14th, 2016|Public Art, Sculpture, Visual Art|

— Jackie Genis The shower is where Seattle metal artist Matthew Dockrey was when inspiration struck to masterpiece the large steel tentacle bursting through a manhole in Uptown Village on the corner of West 23rd and Main Street. "I had been thinking about designs for the application," said Dockrey, after successfully applying and then capturing [...]

Uptown Village Call for Public Art

2015-06-03T22:45:48+00:00 June 3rd, 2015|Public Art|

Arts of Clark County (AoCC) seeks an artist (or artist collaboration) to develop site-specific artwork for the Uptown Village area of Vancouver, Washington. AoCC seeks an artist whose work will interact with and compliment the street life of Uptown Village. The budget for the artwork is $9,500 all-inclusive of travel expenses, taxes, transportation of the [...]

Art in public places program launched

2015-03-03T06:07:29+00:00 June 1st, 2012|Public Art, Visual Art|

Arts of Clark County in collaboration with the Clark County Arts Commission now sponsors art installations in three public buildings. A key location curated every three months is the Sixth Floor Gallery in the Clark County Public Services Building. New exhibitions are announced in the AoCC newsletter. Art installations in City Hall and within the [...]

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The Chalk Door Project

2018-01-29T19:05:17+00:00 April 3rd, 2012|Community Involvement, Public Art, Visual Art|

The Chalk Door Project was a roving art piece by K. C. Madsen with collaborators Temple Lentz, Cameron Suttles and everyone who made their mark in chalk. The mobile installation asked people to describe what they love about their Clark County community. Viewers were invited to finish a sentence any way they want, doodle, or [...]

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