Museum of Contemporary Craft Founded in 1937, Museum of Contemporary Craft (MoCC) in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art is a vibrant center for investigation and dialogue that helps expand the definition and exploration of craft.
Job Openings- Associate Curator:

Newspace Center for Photography Newspace Center for Photography is an educational and cultural nonprofit that is dedicated to promoting photographic education and appreciation to the public as well as providing a space and building a community where photo enthusiasts can learn, create, discuss and show their work.
Artist Residency:
Exhibition Opportunities:
Job Opportunities:

Oregon College of Art and Craft Today Oregon College of Art and Craft is a private, accredited, independent college offering a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, two certificate programs, continuing education for adults, and youth classes and workshops.
Artist in Residence:

Playa Near Summer Lake in Lake County, Oregon, Playa manages a two residency programs. Playa supports those who are committed and passionate about their work and who will benefit from time spent in Playa’s remote location. Fellowship Residencies are Playa’s primary program and span two multi-month sessions each year.
Arts, Literature, and Natural Sciences Residencies:
Deadline Passed, Check Back December 2013

Portland Art Museum Founded in late 1892, the Portland Art Museum is the seventh oldest museum in the United States and the oldest in the Pacific Northwest.
Job Opportunities:
Northwest Film Center Membership Assistant
Production Hand for our Events Set-Up Crew.
The Janet & Richard Geary Curator of European Art

Portland Institute for Contemporary Art PICA’s annual Time-Based Art Festival (TBA) draws artists from across the country and around the globe for a convergence of contemporary performance and visual art in Portland, Oregon.
Submission for the Time-Based Art Festival and PICA:

Signal Fire Wren Residence Signal Fire was formed in 2008 in response to the urban demand on working artists. We bring artists to the farthest stretches of our remaining wild and open places. Utilizing Oregon’s vast area of public lands, we advocate for the importance of access to and protection of these places in order to enrich and sustain society.
Applied Arts, Curating/Research, Literature, Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts: Deadlines Oct. 10, Dec. 1