Current Exhibit

Anne-Marie Carr: 100 Day Project

An Art Journey through Leukemia. Featured: "Untitled", mixed media.



The Art Gallery in the beautiful Rose Center for the Arts is home to art exhibits featuring a variety of artists and mediums.

Upcoming Art Exhibits

Anne-Marie Carr: 100 Day Project

"100 Day Project: An Art Journey through Leukemia" an exhibit of artwork by Anne-Marie Carr.

  Opening Reception: September 18, 2018, 4 - 6 pm

  Exhibit: September 19 - October 11

Carr began her art project during treatment for Hairy cell leukemia, which isolated her from directly interacting with other people for about three months. Inspired in part by the flowers sent to her, Anne-Marie painted, photographed, and printed prolifically in her vivid and cheerful style during this journey, using Instagram to connect with the outside world.

She is currently in remission.

Hart James

  Opening Reception: October 30, 2018, 4 - 6 pm

  Exhibit: October 31 - November 29

Paulette Landers & Claire B. Jones

  Opening Reception: January 8, 2019, 4 - 6 pm

  Exhibit: January 9 - January 31

Print Arts Northwest

  Opening Reception: February 26, 2019, 4 - 6 pm

  Exhibit: February 27 - March 21

 Gallery Hours

Fall/Winter/Spring Quarters
10 am - 4 pm

Summer Quarter
M/T/W 10 am - 4 pm

Student Art Exhibit
M/T 10 am - 6 pm
W/Th/F 10 am - 4 pm

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If you are interested in exhibiting please email Melinda Harbaugh with your name and email address.

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Learn More About

Rose Center for the Arts

Extensive use of timber establishes a bond with the region's history of lumber production and enhances the aesthetics and acoustics

Arts & Communication Programs

People who pursue careers in arts and communications are generally creative, expressive individuals who are good at communicating and are passionate about their craft.

About the Art Gallery

Lower Columbia College's art gallery located in the Rose Center for the Arts features twenty foot high walls with ample space and complete flexibility for the display of art. The second level of the gallery is more intimate in nature and displays special items and the college's permanent collection, much of which has been donated. Natural light from a slot skylight gently illuminates the room to enhance the overall experience in the gallery.


Contact Art Gallery

  Melinda Harbaugh, Dean of Instruction

   (360) 442-2662

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