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October 2019 News from Columbia Center for the Arts

Columbia Center for the Arts

First Friday Gallery Opening Reception October 4, 6-8pm October Art Exhibitions Best of the Gorge — Juried show Ted Olson — the eastern gorge Claire Dibble — Columbia River Source to Sea Schedule: Juror’s talk and awards: 6:30pm Claire Dibble artist talk — Columbia River Source to Sea: 7pm in the Theater Nancy Richardson Fischer book signing — The Speed of Falling Objects: 6-8pm Best of the Gorge October 1-26 Opening Reception: October 4, 6-8pm

Our relationship with this landscape and its people is what the Best of the Gorge exhibition is about, as artists create work that speaks directly to their connection to place.

Ted Olson’s the eastern gorge October 1 – 26 Opening Reception: October 4, 6-8pm oak savanna, open grassland, fields of wildflowers, broken basalt buttes and, of course, the sky Claire Dibble’s Source to Sea September – October Opening Reception: October 4, 6-8pm (With a

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Columbia Center for the Arts- Exhibitions & Events in February 2019

Oregon Scholastic Art Awards February 2019 Lobby Show

UPCOMING EVENTS National Identity February 2019 Exhibition January 30 through February 24, 2019

Artists illustrate their emotional and intellectual responses to their sense of National Identity—perhaps through their country of birth, their ancestral past, or their own ideology of their personal identity.

Participating Artists: Kecia Florendo, Anita Jackson, Anita Davis, Brianna Stacon, Edward Heath, Paul Rowley, Roya Mahjour, Ghazal Mahjour, SEPALI Artisans, Francisco Bautista, Laura Bautista, David Bautista, Cinthya Bautista, Teri-Jo Yazzie, Kayla Jones, Brutis Baez, James Greeley, Unique Bryant,Greta White Elk, Shayleen Eagle Speaker, Wiona Strong, Beaulah Tsumpti, Emily Courtney, LaMinnie Caldera, and Jason Smartlawit

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Also this February, Windermere will feature an Exhibition of Michael Dinning’s work. Columbia Center for the Arts curates a monthly art exhibition at the Hood River Windermere Real Estate Office at 315 Oak Street in downtown Hood River, OR.

More Info Oregon Scholastic Art Awards February 2019 Lobby Show January 30

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