[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2019-02-08
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Oregon Heritage News 2019-02-08
In this issue:
- Are you collecting visitation data?
- Introducing our 2019 Oregon Heritage Summit Facilitator
- Oregon historic theaters participate in "Coraline" screenings to aid wildlife recovery efforts
- Public Meeting Notice for the Oregon Commission on Black Affairs
- Nonprofit board training in Tillamook March 9
- Preservation funds for brick/mortar: deadline March 1
- Metro seeks Indigenous Community Liaison
- Historic Cemetery Preservation Workshop in Eugene Feb. 23
Are you collecting visitation data?
Oregon Heritage will conduct a workshop this spring to help heritage organizations collect and use visitation data to connect with the tourism infrastructure in their community. Help us get a sense of what visitation data your organization currently collects by taking this short survey! (Survey takes approximately 2 minutes to complete.) https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2QRVBN6
Introducing our 2019 Oregon Heritage Summit Facilitator
Meet Marc Smiley, facilitator for the 2019 Oregon Heritage Summit on the Culture of Board Engagement!
Marc Smiley is the Principal with Solid Ground Consulting and has been a consultant in Oregon for more 30 years. He specializes in organizational development, strategic planning and fundraising. Marc has worked extensively with nonprofit and public organizations nationally, involved in a spectrum of issues including land and river conservation, energy conservation, affordable housing, historic preservation, and human services. He has held leadership roles with organizations such as Columbia Land Trust, Online Networking for the Environment Northwest (ONE/Northwest, now Groundwire), and REACH Community Development and has served as the Executive Director for the Oregon Natural Resources Council (now Oregon Wild) and the Yakima Greenway Foundation. Marc is also an adjunct professor at the Institute for Nonprofit Management at Portland State University's Hatfield School of Government. Marc has written two books on effective nonprofits: Land Trust Board's: Preparing for Perpetuity, and Building the Foundation of Fundraising Success.
For more information on the Summit, including scholarships now available to attend, visit here<https://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/OHC/Pages/Conference.aspx>.
Oregon historic theaters participate in "Coraline" screenings to aid wildlife recovery efforts
It's been 10 years since audiences followed a blue-haired girl to a mysterious Other World in the Oscar(r)-nominated 3D stop-motion fantasy, "Coraline"<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/diapjl>. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the film, Oregon-based animation studio LAIKA<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/tabpjl>, in partnership with Oregon Film<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/92bpjl> and Travel Oregon<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/pvcpjl>, will offer public screenings of the movie in six historic theaters around the state-from Portland's Hollywood Theatre to the Varsity Theatre in Ashland (the film's fantastical setting). In this combined effort to support wildfire recovery, all box office proceeds will benefit the North Umpqua Trail Project and the Lower Deschutes River Post-Fire Restoration Project.
A true #OregonMade <https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/5ndpjl> classic, "Coraline" transported moviegoers to a place they'd never been before: an animated parallel world full of thrilling adventures and startling secrets. Premiering at the Portland International Film Festival in February 2009, "Coraline" was the first stop-motion animated movie to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3D and was nominated for an Academy Award for Outstanding Animated Feature Film.
"We will always have a deep love and affection for 'Coraline' because it paved the way for the rest of our films," says Travis Knight, LAIKA's President & CEO. "We are thrilled to be part of this anniversary partnership with Oregon Film and Travel Oregon to celebrate our original 3D stop-motion film."
Screening Events Dates, Times & Ticket Purchase Link (embedded in venue name below):
* Monday, Feb. 11- Hollywood Theatre<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/lgepjl> (Portland) - 7 p.m.
* Saturday, Feb. 16- Egyptian Theatre<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/18epjl> (Coos Bay) - 7 p.m.
* Sunday, Feb. 17- Liberty Theatre<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/h1fpjl> (Astoria) - 7 p.m.
* Presented in partnership with The Oregon Film Museum<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/xtgpjl>
* Monday, Feb. 18- Old St. Francis Theatre<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/dmhpjl> (Bend) - 7 p.m.
* Presented in partnership with BendFilm<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/teipjl>
* Friday, March 1- Ross Ragland Theater<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/96ipjl> (Klamath Falls) - 7 p.m.
* Presented in partnership with Klamath Independent Film Festival<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/pzjpjl>
* Saturday, March 2- Varsity Theatre<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/5rkpjl> (Ashland) - 7 p.m.
* Presented in partnership with Ashland Independent Film Festival<https://t.e2ma.net/click/x94ibb/x162xs/lklpjl>
"We're so lucky as a state to have these classic theaters that can still bring together a community for a film like this," says Tim Williams, Executive Director of Oregon Film. "With the anniversary celebration events, we're showcasing these historical landmarks and helping support and stimulate local economies," says Williams. Tickets can be pre-purchased online on each theater website, or at the box office on the day of each screening for $10.
Public Meeting Notice for the Oregon Commission on Black Affairs
Oregon Commission on Black Affairs (OCBA)
Saturday, February 9th, 2019
9:30AM - 11:30AM
The meeting will cover Commissioners' reports, consideration of Bylaw changes: Final review and approval; and other topics of interest to the Commission.
Public may attend the meeting at:Oregon State Bar, Sandy Room, 16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd., Tigard OR 97224
Guest speaker: Meies-Amour Matz, Senior Research & Analytics Manager, Oregon Department of Human Services, Office of Reporting, Research, Analytics & Implementation (ORRAI)
The meeting location is accessible to persons with disabilities. Requests for accommodations for people with disabilities should be made at least 48 hours in advance. Contact Nancy Kramer at nancy.kramer at oregon.gov<mailto:nancy.kramer at oregon.gov> or 503.302.9725 regarding accessibility or any other concerns.
Nonprofit board training in Tillamook March 9
Training for Your Nonprofit Board (Brought to you by Nonprofit Board Training and Resources, and the Ford Family Foundation)
March 9, 2019
The workshop explores the legal duties, rights, and responsibilities of board members under Oregon law. It also includes training in:
* Safeguarding charitable assets
* Handling restricted funds
* Understanding financial information
* Attorney General oversight of nonprofits
Tillamook Bay Community College
4301 Third Street
Tillamook, Oregon 97141
Cost: $35 per person/group discount
* Susan Bower, Assistant Attorney General Oregon Department of Justice Charitable Activities Section
* Kirk Harvey, Chief Investigator (retired) Oregon Department of Justice Charitable Activities Section
* Katherine DeYoung, CPA, Nonprofit Board Training and Resources
For more information and to register visit here<https://trainingnonprofitboards.org/training-events/training-for-your-nonprofit-board-tillamook-or-march-2019/>.
Preservation funds for brick/mortar: deadline March 1
If you missed the recent National Preservation Fund deadline (Feb. 1) there are still opportunities for grant funding this month through the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Fund for Historic Interiors<https://us.e-activist.com/ea-action/enclick?ea.url.id=191842&ea.campaigner.email=DheinyePr9pVzTNxl0rcdsS5Hda7Kfnj&ea.campaigner.id=X%2BI2NXledwyZkArzVWMSmA==&ea_broadcast_target_id=0> and Johanna Favrot Fund for Historic Preservation<https://us.e-activist.com/ea-action/enclick?ea.url.id=191843&ea.campaigner.email=DheinyePr9pVzTNxl0rcdsS5Hda7Kfnj&ea.campaigner.id=X%2BI2NXledwyZkArzVWMSmA==&ea_broadcast_target_id=0>.
Applications are due March 1. With grants ranging from $2,500 to $15,000, these funds offer support for educational and planning efforts, as well as brick and mortar projects.
* Cynthia Woods Mitchell Fund for Historic Interiors<https://us.e-activist.com/ea-action/enclick?ea.url.id=191844&ea.campaigner.email=DheinyePr9pVzTNxl0rcdsS5Hda7Kfnj&ea.campaigner.id=X%2BI2NXledwyZkArzVWMSmA==&ea_broadcast_target_id=0>: The purpose of the fund is to assist in the preservation, restoration, and interpretation of historic interiors.
* Johanna Favrot Fund for Historic Preservation<https://us.e-activist.com/ea-action/enclick?ea.url.id=191845&ea.campaigner.email=DheinyePr9pVzTNxl0rcdsS5Hda7Kfnj&ea.campaigner.id=X%2BI2NXledwyZkArzVWMSmA==&ea_broadcast_target_id=0>: This fund aims to save historic environments in order to foster an appreciation of our nation's diverse cultural heritage and to preserve and revitalize the livability of the nation's communities.
Additional Funding Update-Spring Deadlines
* Louis J. Appell, Jr., Fund for Central Pennsylvania<https://us.e-activist.com/ea-action/enclick?ea.url.id=191846&ea.campaigner.email=DheinyePr9pVzTNxl0rcdsS5Hda7Kfnj&ea.campaigner.id=X%2BI2NXledwyZkArzVWMSmA==&ea_broadcast_target_id=0>: March 15
* National Fund for Sacred Places<https://us.e-activist.com/ea-action/enclick?ea.url.id=191847&ea.campaigner.email=DheinyePr9pVzTNxl0rcdsS5Hda7Kfnj&ea.campaigner.id=X%2BI2NXledwyZkArzVWMSmA==&ea_broadcast_target_id=0>: May 1
Metro seeks Indigenous Community Liaison
Metro Parks is recruiting for an Indigenous Community Liason.
Salary Range is $68,390.40-$91,644.80
* Coordinate indigenous communities' engagement on Parks and Nature policy and project development and implementation.
* Coordinate the Parks and Nature cultural use permit policy and process to ensure culturally appropriate access to the parks and natural areas that Metro manages.
* Develop and maintain relationships with the Native American/Alaska Native communities in greater Portland.
For more information visit oregonmetro.gov/jobs<https://www.oregonmetro.gov/how-metro-works/jobs>
Historic Cemetery Preservation Workshop in Eugene Feb. 23
Historic Cemetery Preservation Workshop
February 23, 2019
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Eugene Masonic Cemetery, 2575 University St, Eugene, OR 97403
Presented by Bruce Howard with Dave Pinyerd and Bernadette Nederer, sponsored by EMCA
Topics covered include safety, assessment of grave markers, hands-on marker cleaning, demonstration of headstone leveling, resetting and basic adhesive repair - hands-on as appropriate. The event is rain or shine, so dress appropriately Most tools are provided. Bring your own lunch, water and folding chair if desired.
For more information or to register contact Elizabeth at volunteer.emca at gmail.com<mailto:volunteer.emca at gmail.com>
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Oregon Heritage News is a service of Oregon Heritage, a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The news editor can be contacted at heritage.info at oregon.gov<mailto:heritage.info at oregon.gov>.
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