Friday, July 31, 2020 (All day) to Friday, August 21, 2020 (All day)

The 37th Annual Charbonneau Festival of the Arts is going virtual for 2020.

Given the uncertainty of COVID-19 restrictions and in order to assure everyone’s safety, the all Virtual Exhibition will be live for the entire month of October. While we are disappointed we are unable to present a live gallery experience, this year’s online event will broaden the audience for all.

Jazz and Classical music artists who perform as soloists or in small combos or ensembles are invited to submit their materials for review.

There is no live performance. This is an online showcase for your music.

Musicians selected for inclusion will be able to present their music on their own portfolio page with sound clips and video and where fans can contact the musician directly.

Preparing the virtual environment for artists and musicians will take the summer to prepare, so we invite you to register as soon as you can.

SUBMISSIONS CLOSE AUGUST 21, 2020. APPLY EARLY!

Apply online here: https://charbonneauarts.org/octa-instructions-2020

For more information write to: musicstage@charbonneauarts.org

Details

July 31, 2020 to August 21, 2020
(All day)

Organizer

The Charbonneau Arts Association (C.A.A.) was started in 1982 by a small group of Charbonneau artists, as a place for them to share their love of art with others. From there it has grown to one of the largest festivals in the area (and the oldest), with artists now coming from many surrounding cities.

Up to this point, the annual fundraiser has been a 3-day art festival, featuring the work of artists local and beyond. All types of hand crafted, painted and sculpted art are represented including outdoor art, literary art, music and glass art, as well as the more traditional subjects. The mission of the Charbonneau Art Association (CAA) is to provide a venue for the appreciation and promotion of visual arts and other fine arts, create opportunity for local public high school students to exhibit and demonstrate their art and provide ongoing support for the public school art programs in the Wilsonville and Canby areas of Clackamas County.