You are here
Book and Print Department Head Barb Tetenbaum Awarded Oregon Arts Commission Career Opportunity Grant
Barb Tetenbaum, OCAC professor and head of the Book and Print department, has received an Oregon Arts Commission Career Opportunity Grant with further funding from the Oregon Community Foundation. The grant will be used to support a public art project, "The Slow Read: A Summer-long Public Simulcast of Willa Cather's 'My Ántonia', Created in Honor of its Centenary Publication," which is scheduled for 2018.
Career Opportunity grants range from $300 to $1,500 and enable individual Oregon artists to take advantage of unique opportunities to enhance their skills and career.