Mary Bauer, RACC's Communications Specialist welcoming all the Art Spark guest!
Eloise Damrosch, RACC's Executive Director chatting up the Create Plenty table, http://www.createplenty.org
The Creative Advocacy Network (http://theartscan.org/) table illustrating the divide in arts funding across the region. Shortes ballon show Portland's region being the lowest.
Katy Asher and Mack McFarland representing Portland Stock, http://portlandstock.blogspot.com
Drew Anderson shooting video with his video on a stick! Check it out http://s.mohdi.com/artspark Oh and that's Tonisha Toler, RACC's Grants and Outreach Coordinator and coordinator of the Art Spark event!
Ním Wunnan, founder of the Research Club, an innovative think tank! Monthly fun brunches! http://research-club.org, chatting up a Art Spark attendee
Stephen Marc Beaudoin of Phame Academy of Fine Arts getting an ear full from Keith Daly, Outreach Coordinator for the Creative Advocacy Network, CAN, http://theartscan.org/
Now this table! Wow, great shot! From left, Lindsey Newkirk founder of Junk to Funk Trashion Collective, http://www.junktofunk.org; Tucker Teutsch 3.0 of the PDX Bridge Festival, http://www.pdxbridgefestival.org/ and Nicki Harms Account Executive for Dept. Zero
A slice of the crowd mingling at this art community mingling! Everyone was so engaged!
Jane Pagliarulo of Atelier Meridian, a master printer showing us printing on the Print Arts NW printing table, http://www.printartsnw.org
The Oreon Women's Caucus for Art http://www.oregonwca.org was working on a collage at the event.
This was the Wells Arts Institue http://www.wellarts.org and Film Action Oregon http://www.filmaction.org table.
Barbara Mason, Print Arts NW, http://www.printartsnw.org
On left, Lawrence Morrell a local artist, Robyn Williams, PCPA's Executive Director. Thanks for letting Art Spark invade you lovely lobby once again!
A little slice of the crowd at Art Spark that evening. Thanks for coming out to play guys!
Jessica Jarratt, Executive Director for the Creative Advocacy Network, giving the low down on what CAN's goal are and how we can help! Please visit http://theartscan.org to learn how to get involved. See you next time!