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.

All Directory Listings with a medium type of Fashion
  • Cannon Beach Library

    From its very beginnings, the Cannon Beach Library has been an independent operation created and nurtured by volunteers.

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  • Cannon Beach History Center & Museum

    Founded in 1969, the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum's goal is to preserve the history of Cannon Beach by seeking, collecting, and protecting historical artifacts and memorabilia of all kinds, by recording oral histories, and by making these materials available to the public whenever possible. The museum is also home to the famous Cannon Beach Cannons.

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  • Canyon Way Bookstore & Restaurant

    Canyon Way Bookstore & Restaurant

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  • Chapel at Camp Wi Ne Ma

    Neskowin Chamber Concerts are held at the historic Beulah Chapel, located in the center of Wi-Ne-Ma Christian Camp. The Chapel is located at 5195 Winema Rd., about seven miles south of Cloverdale, Oregon. From Hwy 101, turn west on Winema Rd. between milepost 93 and 94.

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  • Chetco Community Public Library

    The Chetco Community Public Library exists to provide library materials and services, and guidance to those materials and services, from which Curry County residents may choose in meeting their informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs.

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  • Chetco Playhouse

    The Chetco Playhouse is an intimate theatre with cushioned seats and a non-smoker’s atmosphere. Wheelchair access, seating and restroom are provided. The snackbar offers coffee, soft drinks, popcorn and candy bars for your enjoyment.

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  • Clatsop Community College

    The main campus of Clatsop Community College is located in Astoria, OR. The campus contains classroom/meeting spaces of various sizes as well as a gymnasium and art gallery. Art from the College’s permanent collection is displayed in the Dora Badollet Library and throughout other buildings. The Art Center contains work spaces for painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, photography and computer aided design.

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  • Clatsop Community College Performing Arts Center

    The CCC Performing Arts Center is an historic church located in Astoria OR. The building was purchased by Clatsop Community College in 1975 and converted to use for music, theatre and education. The building contains a 250 seat theatre-style auditorium with a stage, lighting and sound equipment, a grand piano, and the historic Estey Opus 1429 pipe organ. The basement of this building contains multiple classroom/meeting spaces.

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  • Clatsop Community College Royal Nebeker Gallery

    The Art Gallery, established in 1979 and uniquely overlooking the Columbia River, is an important community-gathering place and forum for critical, contemporary art dialogue.

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  • Clatsop Community College - South County Campus

    Clatsop Community College - South County Campus is located in Seaside, Oregon, about 17 miles south of the Main Campus and has classroom and meeting room spaces.

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