Directory

OCCA strengthens the arts by ensuring that the Oregon coast has a rich and vibrant arts community through support and promotion of arts organizations and individual artists.

This directory represents the coastal areas of Oregon, which include Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos, and Curry counties and the coastal towns of Lane and Douglas counties.  OCCA is the regional arts council for this area. Learn more about OCCA's regional arts activities.

Directory Listings that are Presenters with a medium type of Digital Art with a location of Astoria
  • Astor Street Opry Company

    ASOC is a 501-C3-community performing arts organization, based in Astoria, Oregon. Since 1983, our mission has been and continues to be to strengthen our community through cultural enrichment while supporting regional economic growth.

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  • Astoria Music Festival

    In one short decade the Astoria Music Festival has become one of the most active summer musical events in the Northwest. There’s something for every taste and pocketbook this summer, from Verdi’s La Traviata, Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos, and the West Coast Premiere of the recently rediscovered sequel The Magic Flute, Part 2: Das Labyrinth to Symphonic Masterworks, free “Classics 4 Kids,” intimate Chamber Music and informal Happy Hours. It’s a feast for the senses.

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  • Clatsop Community College

    Clatsop Community College presents original art exhibits in its Art Center Gallery and a versatile menu of arts and cultural activities on campus and at other locations in Clatsop County. The college’s Arts & Ideas series of events can be found at https://www.clatsopcc.edu/community/arts-ideas.

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  • Columbia River Maritime Museum

    The Columbia River Maritime Museum is one of the finest maritime museums on the West Coast. Six Galleries, the Great Hall, and the Lightship Columbia interpret the Pacific Northwest’s rich maritime history.

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  • Coast Community Radio

    Covering the North Oregon and Southwest Washington coast with local news, public affairs and an eccletic mix of music

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  • KALA@Hipfish Monthly

    KALA is the ground floor presentation space and upper loft production office of HIPFiSHmonthly, the Columbia Pacific Region's free alternative monthly newspaper. KALA features monthly exhibits in conjunction with Astoria's Second Saturday Art Walk, and live performance; including music, theater, authors and more. For events at KALA, visit our website.

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  • Liberty Theater

    The Liberty Theater, in the heart of downtown Astoria, was designed to transport you to a Venetian Palace and is one of Oregon's best examples of a 1920's vaudeville-motion picture palace.

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  • Lower Columbia Diversity Project

    The mission of the Lower Columbia Diversity Project (LCDP) is to engage pro-actively with diversity issues in the region, educate the community on the benefits of diversity, tolerance, and inclusion, and provide a forum through which individuals, groups, and organizations may address concerns relating to diversity in the community.

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  • North Coast Chorale

    The North Coast Chorale is a welcoming; community-based non- profit organization dedicated to the presentation of great choral literature and is committed to the promotion of music education. You'll find us at our winter and spring concerts as well as special events such as the Messiah Community Sing-along to benefit local foodbanks, collaborating with the Astoria Music Festival, and other concerts.

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  • North Coast Symphonic Band

    The North Coast Symphonic Band is a community wind band based in Astoria, Oregon.

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