Arts

D'Arcy Out At Oregon Arts Commission

OPB | Oct. 29, 2013 7:14 a.m. | Updated: Oct. 29, 2013 1:19 p.m. | Portland

The head of the Oregon Arts Commission says she’s left the organization. Christine D’Arcy made the announcement in an email. She’s been with the Commission for 19 years, and said it was time to move on, but did not indicate the reason, or whether the choice to leave was hers.

D'Arcy has an administrative background, having worked for arts organizations in Alaska and New York before the Oregon Arts Commission

D'Arcy has an administrative background, having worked for arts organizations in Alaska and New York before the Oregon Arts Commission

Oregon Arts Commission

The commission distributes arts funds from the federal government, and money raised for the arts by the Oregon Cultural Trust.

D’Arcy’s responsibilities included advocacy for arts funding, and overseeing the grant process.

She served under both Governors Kitzhaber and Kulongoski, and has been around for a number of changes to the state’s funding and administrative structures for arts and culture.

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