Artists who exhibit or sell their work and maintain a consistent artistic practice are invited to submit their information for a statewide artist registry.

The Oregon Arts Commission, in partnership with The Ford Family Foundation, is building the list to increase access to funding programs and build a case for greater professional artist resources. This could include everyone from painters and photographers exhibiting in galleries to people making jewelry or tie-dyed T-shirts to sell at fairs and farmers markets — and everything in between.

To register, visit development.oregon4biz.com/acton/media/14786/artistregistrysurvey. For questions, contact Carrie Kikel at carrie.kikel@oregon.gov or 503-480-5360.

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