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PATRONS

BROADWAY COMMONS - SALEM ALLIANCE CHURCH

Artists in Action has been meeting at the Broadway Commons facility since April 2011. This meeting space is being provided to Artists in Action at a greatly reduced cost through August 2013. Artists in Action wants to acknowledge this generous contribution which makes it possible to save money that we can use for Artists in Action programs and activities.

Artists in Action meets every month in the Broadway Commons' Mexico Room. Like all the Broadway Commons meeting rooms, it is very well equipped with all the latest Hi Tech equipment and services.

Special thanks to Tim France, General Manager of the Broadway Commons and his helpful and very talented staff. Also many thanks to the Broadway Commons owners, The Salem Alliance Church.

LIFE SOURCE NATURAL FOODS

Life Source Natural Foods generously provides meeting space at no cost for the Artists in Action Board meeting each month.

Established in 1994, LifeSource Natural Foods is Salemís independent and locally owned full-service natural and organic foods store. We take customer service very seriously and have a friendly and knowledgeable staff available to help answer any questions you may have.

ROGER YOST PROPERTIES -- REED OPERA HOUSE

Many thanks to Roger Yost and Rebecca Maitland for all their support and generous contributions to Artists in Action over the past several years!

Roger and Rebecca have been instrumental in making the annual AiA event "Something Red" a huge success over the past several years including hosting the "Something Red" Receptions and providing AiA with free gallery space for the event at the Reed Opera House. Roger and Rebecca have also been our host in years past for one of the AiA "Paint the Town" locations.

Roger and Rebecca have also been the inspiration and driving force behind much of the effort for Down Town Salem's First Wednesday events.

ELSINORE FRAMING & FINE ART GALLERY

Many thanks to Brent Allen and Barb & Steve Narkaus, Elsinore Framing & Fine Art Gallery for hosting the Annual AiA "Paint the Town" event reception and awards ceremony this year and in years past.


THE ART DEPARTMENT INC.

Salem Oregon's permier art supply house supporting local and regional artists. The Art Department has been a big supporter of Artists in Action over the past years! Many thanks!

FoxBlue - fox blueprinting company, Inc.

Artists in Action wants to thank FoxBlue for their continuing support in providing outstanding printed materials at a very affordable price for Artists in Action events and programs.

"Great service is the key to success in most any business. Outstanding quality is equally important. At FoxBlue we work to exceed your expectations by offering superior customer service, competitive pricing and years of experience."

SALEM MULTICULTURAL INSTITUTE --- WORLD BEAT FESTIVAL

Each year The Salem Multicultural Institute -- (World Beat Festival) donates a "double wide" tent setup to Artists in Action. This donation is given to AiA because AiA member and current Vice President Tricia Young donates her time and talents to the World Beat Festival event. AiA wants to thank The Salem Multicultural Institute and AiA especially wants to thank Tricia for all her hard work to make this event happen. Tricia also chairs the committee that coordinates all the effort needed to bring AiA to the World Beat Festival each year.

SALEM ART ASSOCIATION

Artist in Action wants to thank The Salem Art Association for there continuing support.

Artist in Action also wants to thank the Salem Art Association for providing AiA with a "double wide" booth at a reduced cost for this years (2011) Salem Art Fair & Festival.

Once again Artists in Action will present its fundraiser booth as part of the "Cultural Corridor" at the Salem Art Fair & Festival on July 15 - 17, 2011.

MARY NARY

Mary Nary is Artists in Action's only yearly donor. Mary has been a big AiA supporter for several years. AiA very much appreciates her continued support!!!

Thank you Mary!!!



PARTNERS

KEIZER ART ASSOCIATION

The Keizer Art Association strives to be a valued leader in the Keizer-Salem community, providing its citizens with art awareness and education; a strong presence of diverse Oregon art in its businesses and throughout the community; and, a reputation throughout the Pacific Northwest as being a place where artists thrive in the production and marketing of their art.

KEIZER PUBLIC ARTS

Keizer Public Arts is a collaboration between the Keizer Chamber of Commerce, Artists in Action & the City of Keizer.






SALEM ART ASSOCIATION

Celebrating and supporting the arts in the Mid-Willamette Valley for 90 years, the Salem Art Association is one of the largest, oldest and most comprehensive arts organizations in the Northwest.

THE OREGON CULTURAL TRUST

The Oregon-Cultural Trust was authorized in 1999 to increase public and private support for Oregon's arts, heritage and humanities. Its visionary goal: create a sustainable $200 million permanent endowment for culture. Since 2002, Oregonians have contributed over $17 million to the Trust. The Trust has awarded over $8 million in grants to every corner of the state. Over 31,000 cultural license plates are fueling the Trust's efforts in all regions.

The Oregon Cultural Trust has a program that allows you to "match" your contributions to your favorite cultural non-profit organization(s) to the Oregon Cultural Trust. The Oregon Cultural Trust has a list of 1,200 Oregon cultural non-profit organizations which are qualified for this program and Artists in Action is one of those organizations.

You can read all about this program HERE.

AiA encourages you all to take a look at this program and seriously consider sending a matching contribution to the Oregon Cultural Trust.


THE OREGON ARTS COMMISSION

The Oregon Arts Commission was established in 1967 to foster the arts in Oregon and ensure their excellence. Nine commissioners, appointed by the governor, determine policies, establish Long-Range Plans, and review applications to grants programs to determine funding levels.

In 1993, the Oregon Arts Commission became a division of the Oregon Economic and Community Development Department. All Commission business meetings are open to the public.


 

 
 
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