Regional Arts

Go-to source for arts info

Based in Newport on the central Oregon coast, Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (OCCA) is the hub of coastal arts opportunities. It offers exceptional variety, provides world-class arts experiences, strengthens the arts, and nurtures the artist in everyone through education. OCCA serves Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos and Curry counties, as well as coastal towns in Lane and Douglas counties, as the regional arts council. OCCA also manages the Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC) and Newport Visual Arts Center (VAC).

Oregon Coast Council for the Arts

Based in Newport on the central Oregon coast, Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (OCCA) is the hub of coastal arts opportunities. It offers exceptional variety, provides world-class arts experiencesstrengthens the arts, and nurtures the artist in everyone through education. OCCA serves Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos and Curry counties, as well as coastal towns in Lane and Douglas counties, as the regional arts council. OCCA also manages the Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC) and Newport Visual Arts Center (VAC).

Youth Art Fridays

After school at the Newport Visual Arts Center.

Met Opera: Rusalka Feb. 25

Fairy tale of love and longing, at 10 a.m. Feb. 25.

Met Opera La Traviata Mar. 11

Verdi's tale of the tragic courtesan – at 10 a.m.

Newport Paper & Book Arts Fest

Registration is now open for classes Apr. 21-23.

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Performing Arts Center

OMTA Spotlight: Broadway Movies & Fun

The Lincoln County Oregon Music Teachers Association presents their Winter Spotlight on the Teachers Benefit ...
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Visual Arts Center

Ready or Not: Sculptural Works by Dawn Stetzel

The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts welcomes Dawn Stetzel and her exhibition, “Ready or Not,” t ...
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Up and Down the Coast

Seaside Jazz Festival

Featuring some of the top performers of traditional jazz and traditional jazz inspired music, the Seaside Jaz ...
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