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NOW HIRING:  Center Manager

Columbia Arts seeks an enthusiastic, goal-oriented self-starter to fill the position of Center Manager. The Center Manager will provide administrative leadership for the 501(c)3 nonprofit community arts organization and manage the Columbia Center for the Arts facility (“CCA”). CCA is located in downtown Hood River, Oregon and features a 136-seat theater, a large workshop studio, and a 1700 square foot multi-use/gallery space, a small catering kitchen and bar, and a lobby/gallery common area. The Center Manager will provide organizational leadership to fulfill the goals and objectives of the Columbia Arts 2022-2027 Strategic Business Plan. A full job description is available for download here.

Interested candidates should submit a Letter of Interest, Resume/CV, and provide three professional references to:

Columbia Arts
PO Box 1543
Hood River, OR 97031

Faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted.

The position is open until filled.

Columbia Center for the Arts
Strategic Business Plan

In the Gallery

New Works, by Karen Watson

September 1st – 30th, 2023

Opening Reception FIRST FRIDAY
September 1st from 5pm – 8pm

In The Lobby For Local Art – Entryway Gallery

Bold Shapes Bold Colors, by Sally Bills Bailey

September 1st – 30th, 2023

Opening Reception FIRST FRIDAY
September 1st, from 5-8pm

Continuing Exhibition

The Works of Valerie Erichsen Thomson

Fall 2023

In collaboration with
Dove Lewis Veterinary Hospital

Rent CCA!

Columbia Center for the Arts
is Available for Rent!

We have space open for limited event rentals.
Click below to submit your inquiry.

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

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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.

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