Columbia Gorge Arts and Culture Alliance (CGACA) supports and promotes a large, diverse, and highly creative Arts, Culture, and Heritage community along the Oregon/Washington border ‘State of the Gorge’. This website is a resource for connecting visitors and local residents with Gorge area Arts, Culture, and Heritage news and events. REGISTER to post your own events (no product ads) or use this FORM to SUBMIT one.
Picture yourself lacing up your boots for a Gorge hike–except this time, the day hike with great views and wildflowers becomes a multi-day adventure trekking … Read more>>>
Apply now to participate in the 12th annual GORGE ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS TOUR
Application Deadline September 1, 2017
Tour Dates April 20, 21, 22, 2018
Information: Gorge Artists … Read more>>>
The 2nd Hear in the Gorge podcast on the Crag Rats, the oldest Mountain Rescue Team in the Country, has been released. You can listen to … Read more>>>
Let your ears lead you on audio explorations through this amazing place we call home, the Columbia River Gorge. Hear in the Gorge is a new series … Read more>>>
Tuesday March 28th is Minoru Yasui Day. Let’s discover and celebrate our unique Gorge history by listening to this handy digital postcard and sharing it … Read more>>>
“Hear in the Gorge” is an audio podcast companion to the Gorge Owned (GO!) acclaimed “Sense of Place” lecture series. We’ve taken lectures that captured hearts … Read more>>>
Take a virtual tour of the Cascade Volcanoes with Dr. Tom Pierson, USGS. Friday, February 17 at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum.
Iconic snow-capped volcanic … Read more>>>
Public art is now easier to find in Washougal. The Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance recently put out a free map highlighting 25 public artworks spread … Read more>>>
This Jeffrey Brown report for PBS is about an encouraging direction in education, incorporating arts to make math and reading much more interesting and effective. … Read more>>>