Featured Partnerships

Ainsworth House & Gardens is our sister organization, and is located in historic Oregon City. A remarkable convening venue for ceremonies and celebrations of all kinds, AH&G has been an occasional satellite venue for Cerimon House, most notably our well-received performance of Jane Austen's Persuasion. With thanks to Kevin & Bud, and the entire AH&G staff, for years of colleagueship and mentorship.

Pomegranate Communications, Inc. - with thanks for their dedication to us in support of The Restoration Celebration, The Charles Addams Art Exhibit, and our beloved Puzzles & Pie events. Pomegranate is one of Cerimon House's favorite organizations. Now located in Portland, this world renowned publishing company creates paper treasures like no other. Thoughtfully conceived and engagingly intricate, Pomegranate's interlocking jigsaw puzzles combine superb color reproduction, stunning and unusual images, and sturdy construction to delight generations of novice and veteran puzzle solvers alike. With subjects ranging from fine art, nature, and architecture to humor, the metaphysical, and more, Pomegranate puzzles offer something for everyone. Visit www.pomegranate.com to see the full and bounteous selection.


Programming Partnerships

As a community-based humanities and cultural arts organization, Cerimon House delights in partnering with other like-minded and
mission-driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit groups. In 2016 we welcome our colleagues at Earth Arts NW 
as a programming partner, a group that shares a dedication to ecology and earth science issues and programming. 
We look forward to the potential of new partnerships forged within our community, though are not accepting unsolicited proposals at this time.
We thank you for attending our events, and supporting Cerimon House and the partners that we program with.

Earth Arts NW

EARTH ARTS nw is an Arts and Humanities program based in Portland, ORegon. Since 2003, they have integrated learning and awareness of Pacific NW eco-systems, history, and culture into outcome-based art activities and events for children, families, and the community-at-large.

Earth Arts NW was founded by Robin Chilstrom and Judith Yeckel, beloved local teachers, and together they have built a curriculum of educational offerings including residencies, special projects, gatherings, and workshops. Cerimon House is proud to partner with Earth Arts NW, and to embrace their programming as an addition to our own offerings. To learn more about the organization, and the work that they will be producing at Cerimon House as well as in Portland Public Schools, please visit their website: EARTH ARTS NW WEBSITE.