In recognition of the need for performing and visual artists and other cultural creatives to test new ideas, stretch their creative capacity, and take creative risks, The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) announces the 5th year of Creative Heights Grants. Through initiative, OCF aims to provide artists and other cultural creatives an opportunity to stretch their creative practice, provide unique opportunities for Oregonians to experience innovative arts and culture, and to increase Oregon’s cultural visibility and vitality.
OCF will fund up to 12 projects with grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 per project. OCF is interested in reviewing proposals for a range of funding levels and timelines to best serve the needs of the particular project.
A list of 2018 Creative Heights grantees is available here
A list of 2017 Creative Heights grantees is available here
A list of 2016 Creative Heights grantees is available here
We are pleased to announce 2015 Creative Heights funding for 14 projects across Oregon. A full list of grantee projects is available here
A list of 2014 Creative Heights grantees is available here
Upcoming Grantee Events Additional events will be added as details become available.
Profile Theatre: World Premiere Commission of New Work by Ping Chong+ Company
In February of 2019 Profile Theatre will present our first-ever world premiere commission.
An ambitious project exploring healthcare and chronic illness created with world-renowned theatre artist and National Medal of Arts awardee Ping Chong + Company. Created in collaboration with the Community Profile program. For more information visit Profile Theatre
Oregon Humanities: This Land
This Land is an online multimedia project that collects and connects stories about land, home, belonging, and identity by Oregon's communities of color. The project uses film, words, maps, photos, sounds and graphics by artists and writers of color to build broader understanding of how policies and laws shape systems of power and land ownership in Oregon's past and present. The project launched in Feb 2017 and is available online at oregonhumanities.org