Our vibrant Arts Community appreciates your support as it continues to grow and flourish. IRVAC was created in 2000 by a small group of
artists and merchants who shared a common goal: To provide the Arts in our schools, support for local artists, and the art experience to the residents of the Illinois Valley. We're fortunate to have
an active Board of Directors and cohort of dedicated volunteers plus a generous and supportive community that extends well beyond the IV.
Our success as an organization depends on the talent and generosity of people like you! Join us today and become a Member of IRVAC. Your Membership or Donation will help to fund our constantly evolving spectrum of major programs and events. With your support, we can develop projects that expand the breadth and depth of the Arts in our schools and our community.
IRVAC is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit. Therefore, donations are tax deductible within the scope of federal and state law.
IRVAC has joined the ranks of over 1200 cultural non-profits as an approved Oregon Cultural Trust participant. By donating money to IRVAC you can earn a 100% tax credit and reduce your Oregon taxes owed by up to $500.00 for individuals or $1000.00 for couples filing jointly when you match your gift to the trust. For more information call 503-986-0088 or visit www.culturaltrust.org.
To become a member download pdf, fill out and mail back.
We have added Community Events Calendar and links to post your event
Artisan's Holiday Faire
December 10-11 from 10AM-4PM at the Josephine County Building, Cave Junction
– Moon Tree Run & Firefighters Fair, 2016
– Hathkapasuta River Celebration, 2016
– Rusk Ranch Nature & Art Festival, 2016
Harvest Moon Honky-Tonk October 14, 2017 5:30-9:00 PM Selma Community & Education Center 18255 Redwood Hwy. Selma, Oregon
"Can't Buy Me Love" a Beatles Tribute dinner and dance at the Selma Center, benefit for LTA program. March 25, 2017.
Second Friday of the month, May-Aug. during the CJ Farmers Market, Jubilee Park, Cave Junction, 4-7 pm. We showcase a local artist, offer music or an activity, and host the Kids' Art Tent, where Sue Brockman helps children to make cute and crafty objects to take home.