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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  • Porthole Players, Ltd.

    Porthole Players is a non-profit community theater group, established in 1972 and sponsored in part by the City of Newport, the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts, and many wonderful volunteers.

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  • Polly Plumb Productions

    Polly Plumb Productions (PPP) is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization that was formed in 2015 by Burgundy Featherkile and Linda Hetzler.

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  • Red Octopus Theatre Company

    Red Octopus Theatre Company has been in Newport, Oregon offering the central coast the best in comedy, drama, classics, musicals and original theatre for over thirty years.

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  • Shore Pine Studios

    A community of artists working together on the coast of Oregon. We write and create books, weave, take photographs, sketch, paint, and design, and we teach our skills to children and adults.

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  • Show Sherpas

    A festival and events planning company focused on giving back to the community, Show Sherpas is committed utilizing their festivals and events to enhance communities and raise awareness of regional non-profits.

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  • Siletz Public Library

    A beautiful public library with over 20,000 materials to lend; computers and free Wi-Fi; copy, fax and printing capabilities; a dedicated children’s room and conference room available by reservation.

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  • Sitka Center for Art & Ecology

    Founded in 1970, the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology fosters creativity, intellectual inquiry, and education. By helping others discover more about their core creative selves and their connections to nature, the Sitka Center works to fulfill its mission of expanding the relationships between art, nature and humanity.

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  • South Coast Folk Society

    The South Coast Folk Society is an all-volunteer, nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the preservation, study, teaching, enjoyment and continuing evolution of traditional and historical dance, music and song.

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  • Stringalongs

    The Stringalongs are a group of six women who like to play once a month at senior citizens' nursing homes. The Stringalongs play a wide variety of bluegrass and Americana music.

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  • Tempo Art Gallery Artist Collective

    Tempo Gallery is an artists collective located in downtown Astoria. Tempo's eleven members create art in numerous mediums from oil, to photography, watercolors, jewelry making and printmaking. The Tempo Collective shares gallery space with the Astoria Music Festival.

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