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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  • Rowboat Gallery

    Hand-driven art and design, at the beach in Pacific City.

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  • Ryan Gallery

    Ryan Gallery has 2 stories of fine art, over looks a wooded stream with outdoor picnic area.

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  • Sage Place

    Sage Place is a studio for creative arts and art education, located at the corner of 11th Street and Elmira in Bandon, Oregon. Sage Place: Unleash your imagination! Escape into art workshops. Enjoy charming showrooms featuring local artists. Beads, Glass, Gifts, Fun!

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  • Saint Peter The Fisherman Lutheran Church

    St. Peter the Fisherman Lutheran Church shares its facility for local musical events.

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  • Salishan Spa & Golf Resort

    With over 16,000 square feet of flexible meeting space and extensive business amenities, our breathtaking setting provides the perfect place for a wedding, reunion, high-level business meeting or retreat. We feature magnificent guestrooms, world class dining, and cutting edge recreation activities to compliment your event.

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  • Sawdust Theatre

    On any given Saturday night (and most Fridays) in Coquille between Memorial Day and Labor Day, you can experience a trip down memory lane by attending the Sawdust Theatre. The performers refer to themselves as Sawdusters.

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  • Schweigert Studio

    Artist studio

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  • Sea Fern Studio

    Sea Fern Studio in Toledo, Oregon is Heather Fortner's thousand-square-feet space set up with tall tables and a wonderful 30″ etching press for monoprinting. The goal of this studio is teaching about nature printing (both gyotaku [fish printing] and plant printing), and paper making.

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  • Seaside Museum & Historical Society

    The Seaside Museum & Historical Society of Oregon is a non-profit educational institution incorporated by the State of Oregon to collect, preserve and interpret materials illustrative of the history of Seaside, Oregon, and the surrounding area.

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  • Seaside Public Library

    Seaside Public Library offers many services to readers and researchers of all ages, including online databases, downloadable audio books and videos, staff book reviews and recommendations, regular art exhibits, resources for home-schooling, access to live chat with a librarian, and the Learning Express Library interactive online learning site, directed at skill-building and career development tools, including GED preparation.

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