Regional Arts

Go-to source for arts info


Based in Newport on the central Oregon coast, Oregon Coast
Council for the Arts (OCCA) is the hub of coastal arts
opportunities, offers exceptional
variety, provides world-class arts
experiences, strengthens the arts,
and nurtures the artist in
everyone through education. OCCA serves Clatsop,
Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos and Curry counties, as well as coastal
towns in Lane and Douglas counties, as regional arts council.
OCCA also manages the Newport Performing Arts
Center (PAC) and Newport Visual Arts
Center (VAC).

Oregon Coast Council for the Arts

Based in Newport on the central Oregon coast, Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (OCCA) is the hub of coastal arts opportunities, offers exceptional variety, provides world-class arts experiencesstrengthens the arts, and nurtures the artist in everyone through education. OCCA serves Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos and Curry counties, as well as coastal towns in Lane and Douglas counties, as regional arts council. OCCA also manages the Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC) and Newport Visual Arts Center (VAC).

National Theatre Hangmen

Matthew Dunster's new play, at 7 p.m. July 22.

OCCA Summer Theatre Camp

Register now for OCCA Theatre Camp: July 18-29.

Capitol Steps Early Bird Discount

Save 15% – order now for Nov. 3 or 4 shows.

Visual Arts Center Open House

Preview Art Fridays classes on August 13.

Event Search

-
search

Performing Arts Center

One Day to Play (a 24 Hour Theater Event)

Our THIRD 24 Hour Theater Event! One night only! Imagine the world premiere of five new plays that weren’t ev ...
Learn More
View all PAC events

Visual Arts Center

Year of the Cubs

The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts presents “The Year of the Cubs,” an exhibit of Newport High ...
Learn More
View all VAC events

Up and Down the Coast

Astoria Music Festival - NORTH COAST SYMPHONIC BAND “AMERICAN HEROES”

Conductor DAVID BECKER leads the Symphonic Band in its celebration of American Heroes the eve of Independence ...
Learn More

Sponsors