This June, six artists will be debuting 30 new pieces that they created over the course of a month. Most pieces are small in scale and proportionally priced.
Learn More: Art-A-Day
CCA is proud to present Carolyn Crystal as our Nook Gallery artist. Carolyn is a glass maker from Hood River, OR. This June, Carolyn will be displaying fine glass beads, servingware, and jewelry.
Columbia Center for the Arts is inviting writers to participate in its annual Plein Air Writing Exhibition. Participants join visual artists in five sites around the Columbia River Gorge for creative inspiration.
This July, Columbia Center for the Arts Gallery presents our annual photography show, titled “The Earth Laughs in Flowers.” The show features scenic, close-up, and artistic renderings of wild flowers from the Columbia Gorge area.
This July, Columbia Center for the Arts Gallery presents J. Neils Harvey, acrylic painter. Inspired by the pointillist paintings of Georges Seurat, and a fascination with mosaics, J. Neils Harvey has pioneered a unique style.
Learn More: J. Neils Harvey
Columbia Center for the Arts Gallery and Friends of the Columbia Gorge invite you to a special presentation by Jason Waicunas of Outdoor Viewfinder. Jason will share inspiration to enhance your gorge photography experience.
Learn More: Jason Waicunas
In Partnership with Trout Lake Festival of the Arts, Columbia Center for the Arts invites you to enjoy "Fine Art, Music and Food with a Mountain View" on July 13th and 14th.
Mark your calendar, the 9th Annual Pacific Northwest Plein Air begins August 30th.
CCA Education + Outreach is offering Summer Art Experiences for kids k-12. From silk painting to advanced theatre classes, there are fun and innovative art experiences to be had.
Learn More: Summer Art Experience
Columbia Center for the Arts invites you to join Karen Watson as she explores "playing" with pastels. This class is open to all levels. Karen will teach a variety of application techniques to aid students in creating their own expressive imagery.
CCA Education and Outreach proudly presents award winning plein air artist Thomas Kitts. He will be leading
demonstrations, brief lectures, and one-on-one assistance to participants.
Join Columbia Center for the Arts for open studio sessions to paint or draw a live model. All skill levels are welcome. Easels and tables are provided; please bring your own supplies.
Learn more: Open Studio
Columbia Center for the Arts Stage Troupe presents a staged reading of The Clean House directed by Tom Burns. Sarah Ruhl’s The Clean House is a comedy that takes place in the home of a married couple who are both doctors. They have hired a Brazilian housekeeper named Matilde, an aspiring comedian who's more interested in writing the "perfect joke" than in house-cleaning.
Columbia Arts Presents invites you to the June, Mt. Hood Independent Film Series films: The Crime of the d’Autremont Brothers and Brightwood on June 26th at 7:30pm.
Join Wet Planet & CCA for two nights of the REEL Paddling Film Festival World Tour-best paddling films of the year!
Columbia Center for the Arts Stage Troupe presents Love, Loss and What I Wore, a play written by Nora and Delia Ephron based on the book of the same name by Ilene Beckerman. Love, Loss and What I Wore delves into women’s relationships using the female wardrobe as a time capsule of a woman’s life.
Do you hate cancer too? Do you like good music? Columbia Center for the Arts invites you to join us for a performance by local talent, Molly Schwarz and friends.
Learn More: I Hate Cancer
CCA presents a preview screening of local filmmaker Daniel McCabe’s first feature length film: “Eve and Emily”. Two couples learn the REAL truth about their relationships, over the dinner.
Learn More: Eve and Emily
CCA presents Romancing the West: How the West was Sung. An all Star Line Up Brings to Life 240 years of the American West decade by decade in the music of every era in this time traveling documentary concert.
Columbia Center for the Arts Stage Troupe invites you to audition for William Shakespeare's Macbeth, one of his darkest and most powerful tragedies,
directed by Lisa Roth.
Columbia Center for the Arts is proud to present nationally and internationally acclaimed singer songwriter and author Dar Williams in concert with Anne Weiss on Sunday Oct. 6th at 7:30 p.m.