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Party Report: RACC Celebrates With “In the Garden of Artistic Delights”

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

 

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Paddle raisers “In the Garden of Artistic Delights” at Sampson and Beasley's.

The Regional Arts and Culture Council (RACC) hosted a fundraising event, “In the Garden of Artistic Delights,” on August 1 as part of its 20th anniversary celebration. 

The event's main attraction was the artistic demonstrations stationed throughout Bella Madrona — the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley. The artists who were part of the event were all funded by RACC and included David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance. 

Guests of the event were offered a Crown Paella dinner and wine tastings from A to Z Wine Works, Bethel Heights Vineyard, Duck Pond Cellars, Tequila Cazadorez and Widmer Brothers Brewing. 

The event was chaired by Linda McGeady and sponsored by Portland's grand dame of the art scene, Arlene Schnitzer. The fundraiser raised a net total of $37,000 through a live auction and paddle raise. 

Guests who attended included Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish, gallery owner Charles Froelick, former Multnomah County Commissioner Maria Rojo de Steffey, developer Jim Winkler, RACC Board Chair Jan Robertson, White Bird founders Paul King and Walter Jaffe, animator Joanna Priestley, restauranteur Lisa Schroeder and Rob Sample.

RACC serves the Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties and has both public and private partners that sponsor and provide funding for artists, schools and residents in the community. 

 

Related Slideshow: RACC “In the Garden of Artistic Delights” Fundraising Event

On Saturday evening, August 1st, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special fundraising event “In the Garden of Artistic Delights.” The event, chaired by Linda McGeady, included intriguing artistic discoveries sprinkled throughout Bella Madrona -- the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley – by RACC-funded artists like David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance.

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Carla Rossi

On Saturday evening, August 1st, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special fundraising event “In the Garden of Artistic Delights.” The event, chaired by Linda McGeady, included intriguing artistic discoveries sprinkled throughout Bella Madrona -- the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley – by RACC-funded artists like David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance.

Photo by James Colhoff/Dodge and Burn Studios

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David Eckard

On Saturday evening, August 1st, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special fundraising event “In the Garden of Artistic Delights.” The event, chaired by Linda McGeady, included intriguing artistic discoveries sprinkled throughout Bella Madrona -- the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley – by RACC-funded artists like David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance.

Photo by James Colhoff/Dodge and Burn Studios

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En Taiko

On Saturday evening, August 1st, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special fundraising event “In the Garden of Artistic Delights.” The event, chaired by Linda McGeady, included intriguing artistic discoveries sprinkled throughout Bella Madrona -- the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley – by RACC-funded artists like David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance.

Photo by James Colhoff/Dodge and Burn Studios

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Paddle Raisers

On Saturday evening, August 1st, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special fundraising event “In the Garden of Artistic Delights.” The event, chaired by Linda McGeady, included intriguing artistic discoveries sprinkled throughout Bella Madrona -- the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley – by RACC-funded artists like David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance.

Photo by James Colhoff/Dodge and Burn Studios

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Dinner in the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley

On Saturday evening, August 1st, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special fundraising event “In the Garden of Artistic Delights.” The event, chaired by Linda McGeady, included intriguing artistic discoveries sprinkled throughout Bella Madrona -- the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley – by RACC-funded artists like David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance.

Photo by James Colhoff/Dodge and Burn Studios

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 In the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley

On Saturday evening, August 1st, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special fundraising event “In the Garden of Artistic Delights.” The event, chaired by Linda McGeady, included intriguing artistic discoveries sprinkled throughout Bella Madrona -- the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley – by RACC-funded artists like David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance.

Photo by James Colhoff/Dodge and Burn Studios

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 in the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley

On Saturday evening, August 1st, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special fundraising event “In the Garden of Artistic Delights.” The event, chaired by Linda McGeady, included intriguing artistic discoveries sprinkled throughout Bella Madrona -- the Gardens of Sampson and Beasley – by RACC-funded artists like David Eckard, Carla Rossi, Anita Menon, Dana Lynn Louis, En Taiko and Wobbly Dance.

Photo by James Colhoff/Dodge and Burn Studios

 
 

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