That’s why the Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace is coming to Tillamook with “Building Blocks of Health Insurance,” a free, 90-minute workshop on understanding health insurance.The event, which is open to the public, will be held from 5 to p.m.In 2003, the Oregon legislature moved the operations of the Oregon Cultural Trust to the Arts Commission, streamlining operations and making use of the Commission’s expertise in grantmaking, arts and cultural information and community cultural development.
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A request for an interpreter for the deaf or hearing impaired or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities should be made before the meeting by calling the contact listed above.
An expert from state government will cover these topics: • Types of health insurance, including Medicare, the Oregon Health Plan, and individual and family plans • Summary of Benefits documents • Explanation of Benefits letters • Eligibility for financial assistance To attend, register in advance by calling 855-268-3767 (toll-free) or emailing [email protected]"[email protected] Receive consumer help and information on insurance, mortgages, investments, workplace safety, and more.
### The Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace is part of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, Oregon’s largest business regulatory and consumer protection agency. The practice of using special housing has been the subject of scrutiny because of the harmful impact on incarcerated people, staff, and public safety for the community at large.
She has been awarded numerous artist residencies, including at Ucross (2000), Playa (2011, 2014) and Caldera (2016).
Recently completed projects include “Surface Tension: three landscapes of division and Liminal Matter: Fences,”in collaboration with Portland poet Laura Winter.
Her work has been shown in more than 125 exhibitions including the Pingyao International Festival of Photography in China; the US Embassy in Jerusalem; Houston International Fotofest; Center for Photography at Woodstock; the University of the Arts Philadelphia; and San Francisco’s Camerawork.
The Art in the Governor’s Office Program honors selected artists in Oregon with exhibitions in the reception area of the Governor’s Office in the State Capitol.
Artists are nominated by a statewide committee of arts professionals who consider artists representing the breadth and diversity of artistic practice across Oregon, and are then selected by the Arts Commission with the participation of the Governor’s Office.