Jackson County and all of Oregon’s unique culture
surrounds us . . .
sustains us . . .
helps us grow.
It plays a crucial role in the lives of Oregonians, in our economy and our future.
It can be found in a local museum or historic cemetery, at a dance performance or creative writing workshop, at a Chatauqua lecture in a local library, and at one of Oregon’s 40,000 archeological sites.
It can be heard in tribal language and oral histories, in Shakespearean verse, in the music of a marching band or symphony.
It can be seen in thousands of galleries, in native basket weavings, and in public art installations throughout our state.
Our culture includes the arts, heritage, and humanities in all their variety.
JCCC Grants for 2019
The Jackson County Cultural Coalition is now accepting applications from 501(c)(3) non-profits and organizations with 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsors for 2019 grant projects.
JCCC typically awards grants between $1,000 and $3,000 for projects and programs within Jackson County that:
- Foster expression and access of the arts, heritage, and/or humanities in individuals and communities throughout Jackson County
- Encourage and engage the youth of Jackson County in arts, heritage and/or humanities
- Coordinate, disseminate and promote arts, heritage and/or humanities throughout Jackson County
Complete applications must be postmarked no later than September 4, 2018 and projects must take place in 2019.