What occupies the space between fine art and the day-to-day? Functional art!
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The Remains moves to street-level this weekend and Columbia Center for the Arts goes “Off the Wall.”
Columbia Gorge Women’s Action Network will host a showing of the documentary “RBG,” on the life and career of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on Wednesday, Aug. 22 at Columbia Center for the Arts.
HAHRC (Healthy Active Hood River County) features May as Mental Health Month, which was started 69 years ago by the organization “Mental Health America” and its affiliates. (For more information on May is Mental Health Month, visit Mental Health America’s website at www.mentalhealthamerica.net/may.) Well, what is mental health?
On Friday, May 4 at 6 p.m., Columbia Center for the Arts will present “Talk to Everyone & Everything about Race,” an ongoing, socially engaged art project. This community discussion brings participants together to talk with people and places about race in open and meaningful ways.
Selections will vary greatly, from quiet two-person studies on aging to the boisterous “Chicago: The Musical,” as local actors look ahead to a busy 2018 for local stage productions including Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association (CGOA), Hood River Valley Adult Center, Columbia Center for the Arts, and Plays for Non-Profits.
Hood River Valley High School art students recently learned their placement in the Oregon Scholastic Art Awards, and gold key winners are being featured in the lobby of the Columbia Center for the Arts in February. Lanterns made from recycled materials by Matt Gerlick’s students will also be on display.