The Columbia Gorge Arts and Culture Alliance (CGACA) supports and promotes a large, diverse and highly creative arts, culture and heritage community along the ‘State of the Gorge’ Oregon/Washington border. This website and our e-news (sign-up here) are resources for connecting visitors and local residents with information on arts and culture events taking place in the Gorge.
When you’re able to read this post you’ll be looking at a new website for Columbia Gorge Arts and Culture Alliance (CGACA). Actually, other than this post you shouldn’t see any differences between the old and new websites. Both our website addresses, ColumbiaGorgeArtsandCulture.com and GorgeCulture.org should both still bring up … Read more>>>
Columbia Gorge Arts and Culture Alliance (CGACA) is pleased to officially announce the sponsorship of Weinstein PR, a prestigious local firm offering a wide range of public relations and communications expertise in media and advertising for a broad segment of local, regional, national, and international clients.
Owner/director, Lee Weinstein, was instrumental … Read more>>>
36 known and lesser-known art and culture destinations are highlighted in this handy map!
Just in time for the spring/summer visitor high season, the Columbia Gorge Arts & Culture Alliance (CGACA), has released its first “Columbia Gorge Art and Culture Tour” map featuring 36 known and lesser-known art and culture destinations … Read more>>>
Please join us on May 18th for our grand reopening and celebration of our 8th Anniversary of representing art in the Heart of the Gorge.
Our new gallery home: 360 Wa Na Pa, Cascade Locks
We have finally moved into our new location, a 120 year old hardware store just west of … Read more>>>
The Columbia River Gorge is one step closer to becoming an international destination for art, culture and heritage! Stacey Malstrom of Maxwell PR, Kasey Cordell of Portland Monthly, and Linea Gagliano of Travel Oregon spent an afternoon visiting some of our region’s wonderful venues and talented artists.
Portland Monthly’s editor, Kasey Cordell, … Read more>>>