Noggin has the Juice!

NW Noggin is thrilled and honored to receive an award at the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) Juice breakfast ceremony on Thursday, March 1, 2018!

Juice is the annual breakfast event put on by RACC, where members of the business and arts community come together to celebrate outstanding achievement in expression, support and service in arts and culture in the tri-county area…

According to RACC, “think of Juice as RACC’s love letter to the arts by celebrating art’s power through video stories, performance and awards. This is our opportunity to help business and the broader community truly understand the critical need for art and all the ways our community can support the people producing it. We hope to inspire increased value and investment in the arts through story and connection. More than 400 people attend Juice. They represent the business, artist, nonprofit and government sectors.”

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Noggin was nominated for “providing arts integrated neuroscience education to the public.”

Our nomination was submitted by our friends and collaborators at Portland State University and Oregon Health & Science University, both strong supporters of innovative arts-integrated neuroscience outreach, education and research…

These institutions don’t just talk about communicating science, but also encourage and invest in creative community activities throughout the Pacific Northwest  –  and beyond…

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MORE FROM RACC: 

“Noggin will be honored alongside the following for their significant impact to our region’s arts and culture:  Kevin Cavanaugh, Guerrilla Development Co., New Expressive Works and Wyse Real Estate Advisors, Paul Susi, Profile Theatre, Red Door Project and Portland Police, Tyler White, I Love This Place PDX, Valerie Otani, City of Hillsboro, YWCA, Imago Theatre and Fred Meyer…”

This award belongs to our tireless outreach volunteers, graduates and undergraduates in neuroscience and art who are excited about their own work, and discovering how to effectively let others share in their discoveries. Many thanks to RACC, and to our community collaborators, for recognizing their welcome contributions…

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