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.

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  • Lincoln County Historical Society: Carriage House

    A History of Preserving History

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  • Little Theatre on the Bay

    Little Theatre on the Bay

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  • Lodge At Otter Crest

    The Lodge at Otter is located at the Inn at Otter Crest, in Otter Rock, Oregon.

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  • Log Cabin Museum

    The Log Cabin Museum of the Lincoln County Historical Society opened in 1963.

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  • Log Church Museum, Yachats

    A quaint little historic church.

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  • Lower Umpqua Hospital

    LUH lobby - various local artists and CDABA First Friday event each November.

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  • Lum's Auto Center

    Lum's Auto Center hosts local author's support SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) literacy for Clatsop County schools.

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  • Lunar Boy Gallery

    With a focus on contemporary and low brow art, Lunar Boy brings together an impressive fine art collection including everything from children's book illustration to edgy pop surrealism.

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  • Manley Art Center & Gallery

    Mission Statement To promote, through education, the appreciation, distribution, and enjoyment of fine arts and crafts. Value Statement Present the Manley Art Center and Gallery to the community by showing respect, support and encouragement in the enhancement of art education. Vision Statement The Manley Art Center and Gallery will promote an open artistic environment and welcome people regardless of their age or ability.

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  • Marshfield Sun Printing Museum

    A weekly newspaper and job printing shop from February, 1891 until June, 1944, it was the last hand-set newspaper in Oregon and one of the last in the United States. All of the original 19th century printing equipment is in its original location and it is all in working condition.

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