Lee Kelly, "Leland #1" (detail), 1975; renovated in 2010 with support from NEA and several private donors, featured in the RACC 2010 annual report.
The RACC is giving their annual "State of the Arts" report to the City Council this Wednesday. Community members who want to attend need to RSVP to RSVP@theArtsCAN.org
, or watch it live streaming on the City Council website
. RACC's 2010 Report From the Community
can also be read online here
State of the arts • 9:30am • March 9
RACC @ City Council
• 1221 SW 4th
PNCA presents Derrick Jensen for the 2011 Edelman Lecture. "Author, teacher, activist, small farmer and leading voice of uncompromising dissent, Jensen has been hailed as the philosopher poet of the environmental movement...Weaving together history, philosophy, environmentalism, economics, literature and psychology to produce a powerful argument and a passionate call for action, he points toward concrete solutions by focusing on our most primal human desire: to live on a healthy earth overflowing with uncut forests, clean rivers and thriving oceans that are not under the constant threat of being destroyed."
Arts lecture • 6:30-8:30pm • March 9
• 1241 NW Johnson • 503.226.4391
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