The Arts Council Welcomes You
"Art is Life"
The Arts Council serves communities in southern Oregon by promoting art experiences and art education through programs in schools and in local venues. We are volunteers giving our time to many programs, and we rely on the generous donations of community members to help fund programs. We support music by sponsoring concerts, resident artist projects, and supporting Chorale performances in Cave Junction.
We receive grant funding for art education and enrichment programs. We receive grants from Oregon foundations for Learning Through Art in Evergreen Elementary and Lorna Byrne Middle School.
Our many fun projects have included the Gateway Project, Garden Art Project, Poetry Slam, public art projects, classes, and other creative efforts to include the whole community in what we do.
Learning Through Art
A Distinct Identity
Our art charity was formed in 2001 and has been building on its foundation each year to add more art events and programs for our changing community.
Support our community programs!
Making A Difference
Our programs are funded with grants from Oregon foundations, from membership fees, your generous donations, and from local fundraising events. We can't do it without you. Please make a donation to IRVAC this year!
We plan to resume doing all these programs this year, but we need you! We need your participation, donation, and talents to make it all come to life. Contact us to learn how you can help: Judy Hoyle (541) 592-4444, email@example.com, or mail to IRVAC at P.O. Box 522, Cave Junction, OR 97523. Thank you!
With this initiative, our goal is to promote
learning through art, art events, fundraiser dinners, concerts, dances, art walks, and adult art classes. You can be a part of this amazing arts organization!
With access to the arts and taking part in them, people are empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. Learn more about our work by getting in touch with our team today.
"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"