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.

All Directory Listings with a medium type of Performance Art
  • Sylvia Beach Hotel

    Welcome to the Sylvia Beach Hotel.

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  • Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center

    Coastal Treasures Art Show

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  • Shore Acres State Park

    Perched on a scenic bluff above the Pacific Ocean, Shore Acres began as a private estate with luxurious gardens featuring trees, shrubs, and flowering plants brought from around the world aboard the sailing ships of pioneer lumberman and shipbuilder Louis J. Simpson.

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  • Seventh Day Adventist Church

    Seventh Day Adventist Church 102 Park Avenue Brookings, Oregon 97415

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  • Stout Park

    Stout Park, adjacent to the Manley Art Center, is a great place for a picnic or to simply sit and enjoy the many wild plants, herbs, azaleas, a variety of trees, and even an old apple orchard.

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  • Taft High School

    Taft High School - Lincoln City Oregon

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  • Tempo Art Gallery

    Tempo Gallery is an artists collective located in downtown Astoria.

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  • The Artist Loft Gallery

    The Artist Loft Gallery is a co-op representing about 25 local artists. We feature original paintings, prints, & cards plus jewelry, ceramics, turned wood items, etc.

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  • The Dolphin Playhouse

    The Dolphin Players were organized in 1979. Our mission: Producing Quality Theater in an intimate setting. In 2011 we found our permanent home. With the help of private donors, we are purchasing and renovating the old Sunset Theater/lodge hall in the Empire District of Coos Bay. The City of Coos Bay, through Urban Renewal funds, has provided funds to bring the building up to ADA standards. We are always looking for directors who want to produce shows that meet our Mission Statement, as well as prospective participants. Many skills are needed, both on and off stage, and we welcome new volunteers. The Dolphins also sponsor a monthly play reading group and have participated in community fundraisers and telethons. We are actively involved in the Community Coalition of Empire and partner with several community organizations.

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  • The Hawthorne Gallery

    The Hawthorne Gallery represents the artwork of the talented Hawthorne family as well as many other outstanding contemporary artists.

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