WE WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
WE WILL REOPEN FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4TH AT 11AM FOR NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS.
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The COLUMBIA CENTER for the ARTS is open with public safety as our main concern. It is imperative to provide safe indoor environments for CCA guests (visitors), volunteers, artists, performers, staff (employees), contractors, clients, and volunteers.
Per state guidance, visitors are required to wear a face-covering and maintain six feet of social distance. Free Face masks and sanitizer shall be available at the entrance for you to use during your visit. Learn more.
If coming to a theatre performance bring proof of vaccination. Learn more.
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.
Complete 2022 Exhibit Schedule coming soon!
Contemporary Native Voices: Prints From Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts
February 4th-March 26th
Opening Reception on
First Friday, February 4th from 5-7pm
Columbia Center for the Arts is excited to present
Contemporary Native Voices: Prints From Crow’s Shadow
Institute of the Arts
In collaboration with the Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts and The Dalles Art Center
Call To Artists
Applications Open for Art-A-Day
June 3rd – 25th, 2022
Columbia Center for the Arts is excited to present Art-a-Day, a group show featuring works completed on a daily basis for a full month!
Art-a-Day is an annual exhibition that challenges artists to create one piece of art a day for the duration of a month. Each artist presents their series together allowing viewers to see the development over a 30-day practice. Artists are asked to keep a journal chronicling their experience of creating these pieces and their evolution over the 30days.
In person adult classes in our studio are limited this year. In partnership with Arts in Education of the Gorge we are offering K-12 art activities during First Friday, Gallery openings and we also offer art kits in conjunction with virtual learning videos. See below for more information.
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.
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.