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At Artisans of Corvallis, we believe in the power of community partnerships to help us achieve our mission of supporting local artists and promoting the arts in Corvallis.


We are grateful for the support of our dedicated community partners who play a vital role in helping us carry out our mission. They provide us with resources, support, and connections. We are grateful for their commitment to making a difference in our community.


Thank you for sharing our vision.

Community Partners


The Arts Center inspires creativity and contributes to community well-being through equitable access to and engagement with the visual arts. We collaborate to offer exhibitions, learning opportunities, artist development, and cultural events in the greater Corvallis area.


Organized entirely by artists, the Northside Open Studios Tour (NOST) is modeled after the South Town Art Walk. A grassroots effort, the NOST encourages visitors to explore North Corvallis home studios to view locally created works and the artists' creative practice and spaces.


The Corvallis Sustainability Coalition provides grassroots leadership, inspiration, resources, collaboration, and solutions to help Corvallis and Benton County become more sustainable. Our purpose is to accelerate progress toward a sustainable future by fostering greater communication and collaboration.


The Southtown Stand & Farmers’ Market is held on Tuesdays from 5-7pm during May through October at Flicker & Fir’s urban farm. This market features vegan desserts, gluten free items, crafts, drinks, jams, pickles, plants, mushrooms, fruits, cookies, and freshly made foods such as tamales, Indian food, pizza and salads.


Highland Woodshop is a small shop located on family property run by dedicated folks excited to bring woodshop knowledge and access to our community. Membership models include options that foster creative community, knowledge sharing, and localized environmental action.


Tarweed Folk School stewards opportunities for community-based, hands-on learning to all ages by hosting classes  taught by local educators, craftspeople, scientists, tradespeople, small business owners, and members of our Willamette Valley communities. 

Interested in partnering with us?

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