We are excited to share the recruitment information for the Regional Arts & Culture Council’s Community Reviewer cohort opportunity. The RACC Grants team is seeking practicing artists and/or folx who have experience managing or designing arts programming, or running an arts-based business to review Make|Learn|Build grant proposals between October-December 2021 and February-April 2022. The cohort will be contracted and paid to select awardees for the next two rounds of grants for both individual and arts organization support, funded by the City of Portland, Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties, and administered by RACC.
Find the full role description and application for the Community Panel Reviewer position here: https://racc.bamboohr.
RACC strives for diversity in our reviewer cohorts, including consideration of artistic discipline, age, race, gender, and geography. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, LGBTQIA+, and people of all gender identities/expression are encouraged to apply.
If selected, reviewer are not eligible for a Make|Learn|Build grant. Our timeline (narrowly) allows those who are NOT selected as reviewers to apply before Round 3 of Make|Learn|Build grants closes on Oct. 6. There is a Round 4 as well that doesn’t close until January 26.
This announcement was originally published by the Regional Arts & Culture Council. Click here to learn more.