Visual artists in Oregon are invited to submit their artwork(s) to the 2021 Beaverton Arts Mix!Read More Artists Needed
Beaverton Arts Foundation is excited to launch $100K in 100 Days to close the gap on the funds needed in the community campaign to build the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts.Read More $100K in 100 Days
Three illuminated sculptures have been installed at the recently completed Beaverton Public Safety Center at 6125 SW Hall Blvd.Read More Illuminated Public Art Installed at Beaverton Public Safety Building
The first of four public artworks have been installed near the site of the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts, currently under construction.Read More New Public Art Finds Common Threads in Beaverton’s History and Future
The construction of the Beaverton Public Safety Center (PSC) was completed in 2020, including the creation of a new public plaza at the corner of Southwest Hall Boulevard and Southwest Allen Boulevard.Read More Name the Public Safety Center plaza!
The city is soliciting applications for grant funding to support arts-related projects within the city that serve residents of Beaverton.Read More Are you an Artist with an Idea in Need of Funding? Apply for a Grant!
Downtown is receiving two new murals as a result of the Beaverton Downtown Association’s partnership with two local artists.Read More Check out Downtown’s Newest Murals
2020 was unlike any year our community has seen. The city maintained regular services in innovative ways to ensure all stay safe during the pandemic.Read More 2020-2021 Annual Report
Currently under construction at The Round, the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts will be the first performing arts center of its kind to be built in the Portland-metro area in more than 30 years, and will be a state-of-the-art multidisciplinary performing and visual arts center.Read More Bringing the Arts to the Heart of the City
In Beaverton, the arts are a part of our identity. The Beaverton Arts Program contributes by funding arts and cultural events and programs that celebrate our community values and help connect residents to their artistic and cultural heritage. This year, the Arts Program provided 29 grants and more than $100,000 in funding to local arts organizations. In addition to ongoing grant programs, Arts Program staff recognized the need […]Read More Artists, Arts Organizations Receive Relief Grant Funding