Katja’s qualifications include:
|Free TCCC Grant Writing Workshop
Monday, September 26th, 6:30 – 8pm
Carl Rawe room at Tillamook PUD, 1115 Pacific Avenue, Tillamook
Parking available in back (since it is after hours, entry will be through the back door)
TCCC Grant applications are due October 25, 2016.
Press Questions: Gretta Siegel, email@example.com, 503-381-6448
The Tillamook County Cultural Coalition (TCCC), on behalf of the Oregon Cultural Trust, is soliciting requests from Tillamook County citizens and organizations interested in obtaining grant funding to develop projects that celebrate the arts, humanities, and heritage of our county.
To be considered, projects must address one or more of the following: cultural education, community art, heritage, the environment, and/or traditions.
To be eligible, grant applicants must be an individual(s), a non-profit organization, or a governmental organization. Individuals must be residents of Tillamook County and organizations must maintain registered headquarters in Tillamook County. Priority will be given to activities that will benefit a significant number of Tillamook County residents.
Grants funded have ranged from $500 to $2,000. Recipients of the 2016 awards include: Nehalem Valley Historical Society, Hoffman Center for the Arts, Community Arts Project, South County Celebration of Language and Literacy, Bay City Arts Center, and Art Accelerated 2016.
Grant applications are due October 25, 2016.
Detailed information about TCCC and the grant application are available at: http://www.tcpm.org/tccc.htm.
Applications will be reviewed and applicants will be notified by November 30, 2016. For more information, contact the TCCC at TillamookCCC@gmail.com..
Albert Kaufman, a Portland-based consultant, will conduct four free marketing classes for local small businesses and non-profits Thursday, May 12 and Wednesday, May 18 at the Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita.
Kaufman specializes in using social networking and email campaigns to improve business effectiveness.
The classes offered are:
May 12, at 10 a.m.
“Power of the Inbox: Featuring Social Media Engagement”
Register at http://tinyurl.com/PowerofTheInbox51216Manzanita
May 12, at 1 p.m.
“Live In Manzanita – 60 Ways to Grow Your List + Getting Started with Email Marketing”
Register at http://tinyurl.com/60WaysToGrowYourList51216Manz
May 18, at 10 a.m.
“Stand Out Subject Lines: Get Open, Get Read and Get Results!”
Register at http://tinyurl.com/StandOutSubjectLines51816Manza
May 18, at 1 p.m.
“Automate Your Marketing! Planning Ahead to Convert & Keep”
Register at http://tinyurl.com/AutomateYourMarketing51816Manz
Questions about the classes can be referred to Kaufman at firstname.lastname@example.org. His website is albertideation.com
The Hoffman Center held a special meeting Apr. 23 to solicit ideas about the center in the wake of a decision to close down their studio building. The building was shuttered due to concerns about its safety.
“There was a strong desire that we not sell the studio building lot, but retain it for a future structure that would be compatible with and complimentary to the library,” said Center president David Dillon. “People felt that is what Lloyd and Myrtle Hoffman envisioned when they left their property and assets to the community.”
“The building, located at 595 Laneda Ave, will still be torn down – and soon,” Dillon added.
A group of attendees volunteered to form a Mortgage Retirement Committee to address paying down the mortgage on the Center’s main building, located at 594 Laneda Ave.
Another group offered to form an Advisory Committee to take a long-term view of the Center and its future. That would include what and when to build on the soon-to-be vacant studio building land.
“It was a good idea to bring in so many people with good ideas,” said Dillon. “Having cultural activities, including the library on both sides of Laneda, the intersection would be the cultural hub of north Tillamook County and a more beautiful entry into Manzanita.”
The Hoffman Center Reference Library collection is now online for you to browse from your computer. For directions on how to logon click here.
At this time special arrangements need to be made to visit the library, but with enough interest we may have open hours on a regular basis. Studio artists in the Hoffman house may use the library at any time.
Books are tagged and are searchable by categories, including Art Education, Art History, Drawing, Sculpture, Painting, Ethnic Art, Graphic Arts, Printmaking, etc.
Remember that this is a Reference Library, not a Lending Library, so books may be used in the library or in the foyer of the Hoffman house, but must be returned to the shelf when you are finished with them.
Please email Peggy Biskar for more information