Columbia Center for the Arts' has something for everyone. We regularly host music events, film, literary events, book discussions, and other special events of interest to communities we serve.
We encourage partnerships with other organizations and individuals. If you're interested in developing an event or a series of events, please let us know. Call us at 541-387-8877.
Rocky Horror Picture Show Returns to Columbia Center for the Arts! On Oct. 29th the Art Center travels back in time to 1975 and joins, Brad, Janet, Dr. Frank-N-Furter and the cast of Rocky for a night of fun, food and laughter. Grab your friends, your costumes and your dancing shoes and come do the Time Warp Again!
Heart of Hospice presents, Let’s Talk about Death, a free educational event featuring Antoine Tissot, J.D.
Learn more: Let’s Talk about Death
Gorge Owned (GO!) invites you to spend an evening learning about the Columbia River Highway, now known as the Historic Columbia River Highway, with an expert from the Oregon Department of Transportation. Learn how the Historic Columbia River Highway, which became a National Historic Landmark in 2000, originally came to be and discover how it continues to be reborn.
Kickoff party: Friday Nov. 7th at 7:00pm. Films at 8:00 p.m. Films showcased in 4 venues throughout the weekend. Awards at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday Nov. 9th with a special screening of the multi-award winning film, Meet the Patels at 7:00pm. Festival 3 day pass $35, single day tickets $15.
Learn more: MHIFF
Join our group of local storytellers for a night of personal discovery.
Learn more: Art of Personal Narrative
Columbia Center for the Arts and Cooper Spur Race team join forces to bring a night of ski films in celebration of the snow show, proceeds will benefit Cooper Spur Race team.
Learn more: Ski Films
The world flute music of Gary Stroutsos with special guest David Revelli - World Percussion. Gary brings alive time honored stories and songs, with beautiful images and audience participation, to better understand and preserve the music of the American Indian.
Celebrate the holiday season with Groove Project and their Christmas Jazz concert. Last year, the group played to a packed house and really raised the roof with a wonderful performance. This year the groups is aiming to do even better!
Learn more: The Groove Project
Find links to all of the completed films here: 48 Hour Film Project