Play Your Part
As the Gorge grows and changes, our community’s need for an arts center only gets stronger. When we open again at full capacity Columbia Center for the Arts has big plans as an innovative arts hub
You have the power to keep this arts center in our community. Your support will help us weather this crisis and make our plans a reality.
Columbia Center for the Arts is excited to present Metamorphosis, a group show featuring work that highlights transformation. Opening on Friday July 3rd, the gallery will be open from 6-8pm.
Metamorphosis features work by Justin Gibbens, Renee Adams, Hannah Newman, Jessie Weitzel Le Grand, Rodney Stewart, Drew Devereaux, Sarah Arnold, Cleo Sterling, Eileen Holzman, and Rachel Denny
Summer Camp Experiences
This summer we provide both visual arts and theatre camps for youth ages 4-18 to engage & empower them in the creative process. Young people will explore their natural creative gifts and learn new techniques to build confidence & skills. We have camps in person and on-line! All supplies are provided, some scholarships are provided to support maximum engagement.
Art and Wine Night
Glass Mosaic for Beginners Friday July 10th 6:30 – 9:30pmPST – in the art studio at CCA! With Artist Peggy Wooten
Find a creative outlet with the vibrancy and geometric intrigue of colored glass shapes in designing your own glass mosaic. No art experience necessary! Participants will be guided every step of the way. Come learn something new, create something original, and give your creative side some space to play!
During the days of COVID-19, our theater has spent far too many evenings empty. We’ve decided to feature intimate performances in this amazing space, featuring dancers, musicians, storytellers, and other local artists. Help support us while we navigate these challenging times for the arts.
Staff Member Blogs
Follow our staff updates (Leith Gaines, Carolyn Hopkins, Tijana Jovanovic, Katrina Zavalney, Nubia Contreas Villa, and Tim Ortlieb, as we all collectively stay passionate about the arts and inspect how COVID-19 is impacting our lives.