On July 17, the Beaverton Arts Foundation announced the anonymous lead donor, Patricia Reser, who pledged $13 million to the new center for the arts in Beaverton, and the official name, the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts, which was previously referred to as the Beaverton Center for the Arts. “The dream of a vibrant stage and central gathering place … Read More
This year’s recipients of The Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prize are Lauren Moran, a MFA candidate in Art and Social Practice (first place – $5,500), Alex Deets, an Undergraduate Art Practice candidate (second place – $4,000), and a 3rd year Art Practice BFA student, Zach Whitworth (third place – $3,000). The Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prize is meant to recognize excellence … Read More
This year’s recipients of The Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prize are Shawn Creeden, a MFA Contemporary Art Practice candidate (first place – $5,500), and Xi Jie Ng (Salty), a MFA Contemporary Art Practice candidate (second place – $4,000), and an undergraduate Art Practice BFA student, Jake Manning (third place – $3,000). The Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prize is meant to recognize excellence in visual … Read More
This October, the Oregon Arts Commission celebrated their 50th anniversary with the reinstatement of The Governor’s Arts Award. Governor Kate Brown presented the Community Award to Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, the Lifetime Achievement Award to Arvie Smith & Esther Stutzman, the Philanthropy Award to The James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation and the Organization Award to the … Read More
The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer Care Foundation and Harsch Investment Properties were named one of Portland’s 2017 Top 10 Philanthropic Companies over $100 million in revenue by Portland Business Journal. The Portland Business Journal’s annual Corporate Philanthropy Awards presented by the Cambia Health Foundation celebrates community service and corporate giving. The top 10 companies who display exemplary philanthropic practices and develop an … Read More
Saturday, September 13th, 2017 the Portland Art Museum celebrated their 125th anniversary. The CARE foundation was happy to be a sponsor, looking to the future of the art museum. The celebration included dinner in the historic galleries designed by Pietro Belluschi and a performance by four-time Grammy Award-winner, Esperanza Spalding.
This year the Portland Opera’s biyearly gala successfully met their goal of raising $1 million. The fundraised money supports of the Portland Opera’s outreach and education programs across the state. Kristen Chenoweth performed at the gala and invited Tualatin High School’s choir to perform with her. Tualatin High School participates in CommuniCare’s program.