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Columbia Arts is seeking community input for development of a new strategic business plan!

We are planning several community and stakeholder meetings and work sessions to come this fall and we want to hear from you! Please contact us at and let us know how best to reach you and hear your ideas for the future of our community arts center.

Columbia Center for the Arts is Available for Rent!

We are open for rentals!
We have space open for limited event rentals.
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We Need Your Input!

Are you an artist or gallery enthusiast?
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Are you a performer or theatre enthusiast?
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Coming up in the Theatre

Sense of Place – Presented by the Mt. Adams Institute

Season Kicks off October 19th, 2022

Sense of Place returns for its 13th season. Sarah Fox, host and curator of Sense of Place, and the entire team are excited for this season’s lively, exceptional, and always educational lineup. Topics range from living snow, wildfires, and history-making leaders (to name a few). Season 13 will not disappoint!

The season will launch on Oct. 19th, 2022, at 7 pm with a lecture by Ralph Lampman titled: Bloodsucker, Eel, Asum, Ksuyas, Parasite, Lamprey: Many Names, but What Does it Mean to Us?



Welcome to CCA’s Artist Spotlight Series!

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.

Art Studio

In person adult classes in our studio are limited this year. If you are interested in holding your own class, the studio is available for rent. Click below to apply.

Virtual Learning & Lecture Series

Check out these fun projects you can do at home!

Arts In Education of the Gorge – Instructional Videos

Through a partnership with Arts in Education of the Gorge we are bringing K-12 arts education to you! Learn about watercolors! Free Art Kits available for pick-up.

Bilingual Art
Instructional Videos

Columbia Center for the Arts in collaboration with Arts in Education of the Gorge presents ART FUN! Learn how to make an Easy Peasy Puppet or a Magical Musical Instrument!

Mount Adams Institute
Sense of Place Lecture Series

This lecture series features presenters with a unique knowledge of the Columbia River Gorge, who consider the natural, cultural, and political history that has shaped this place.

Thank You To Our Sponsors

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