The Siskiyou Institute is 501 ( c) (3) non profit arts organization located in Ashland, Oregon
The purpose of this organization is to promote quality artistic events in the southern Oregon area and to provide educational opportunities to students, teachers, artists and performers.
We are dedicated to fostering the growth of the performing arts in Southern Oregon by providing a high quality venue in an intimate setting for performers of all artistic disciplines; Seeking grants and contributions and promoting workshops, symposiums, and classes in appropriate venues.
Board of Directors:
Rick Soued - President
Siskiyou Institute Advisory Board:
Support the arts with your membership in The Siskiyou Institute
The Siskiyou Institute invites you to become a member of our organization and support music education and performance in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
The Siskiyou Institute is an IRS-registered 501 (c) (3) non-profit arts organization. Your financial support makes it possible for us to present quality music experiences in an environment that is conducive to creative expression and a special intimacy between artist and audience. Equally important, your membership assists The Siskiyou Institute in promoting music education programs for students and teachers in our community.
Listed below are the membership levels and the excellent benefits you will receive when you become a Siskiyou Institute supporter.
Membership levels and member benefits:
Friend of the Siskiyou Institute ($50-$149)
Producer ($1,000 & up)
*Unclaimed reserved seats will revert to "open" seating 5 minutes before Showtime.
Business and/or Individual Sponsorships
Become a Concert Sponsor and partner with The Siskiyou Institute to present a Friday Night Concert. We guarantee to make it a special evening for you and your company or family. Please call (541) 488-3869 for more details.
The Siskiyou Institute Artists-in-Schools Program
In 2006, the Siskiyou Institute began offering a new Artists-in-Schools component to its programming. With education being a primary focus of our mission, we¹ve developed this visiting artist program for the schools in our area. The idea is to expand upon the Concert/Workshop Series by having the guest artist(s) (when available) lead a workshop in a school or schools during their visit to the Rogue Valley. The program will also recruit artists from the fine music teachers/performers in our local area to provide year-round program opportunities.
To enable us to continue and expand this program, we will need support from local businesses and individuals. If you would like to support music education in our schools, please contact the Siskiyou Institute and we can tell you more about this program and how to make a contribution.
All contributions are tax-deductible (as allowed by law)
Please make your check payable to:The Siskiyou Institute.