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 $25 million to the Trust. The Trust has awarded over $11 million in grants to every corner of the state. Over 40,000 cultural license plates are fueling the Trust's efforts in all regions.

Tatiana Hargreaves, fiddling champion. Corvallis.

Tatiana Hargreaves, fiddling champion. Corvallis.
Tatiana Hargreaves, fiddling champion. Corvallis. Photo: Holly Andres (view small | med | large | orig)

Oregon Cultural Trust

Oregon Cultural Trust
Photo from Progress Report 'Access to Arts and Culture for Young People' (view small | med | large | orig)

Oregon Cultural Trust

Oregon Cultural Trust
Photo from Progress Report 'A Local Boy's Artistic Expression Comes Home' (view small | med | large | orig)

Shannon Applegate, Applegate House, Yoncalla

Shannon Applegate, Applegate House, Yoncalla
Photo from Progress Report 'Celebrating Oregonians Who Make Culture Happen' (view small | med | large | orig)

Paulanne Peterson, Multnomah County Library

Paulanne Peterson, Multnomah County Library
Photo from Progress Report 'Bringing Culture Alive in Every Corner of Oregon' (view small | med | large | orig)
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