Welcome to the Pendleton Center for the Arts… a great place to express your creative self and enjoy the creative work of others. Located in the heart of Eastern Oregon, our beautifully restored 1916 Carnegie Library building overlooks the Umatilla River at the north end of Pendleton’s charming downtown. Browse the galleries, shop for finely crafted wearable and functional art, take a free or low-cost class, take in a live music, literary arts or dance event, or hold your own event in our historic building.
We are open by appointment! If you’d like to view an exhibit, shop in the Pendleton Foundation Trust Fine Craft Gallery or book an hour of private studio time, call Roberta at 541-310-7413 and we’ll set up a safe, private experience for you. Hope to see you soon!
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RIGHT NOW at PCA
FIRST DRAFT WRITERS’ SERIES
Thursday, January, 21,2021
Email us for a ZOOM invitation:
director (at) pendletonarts (dot) org
A longtime reporter for The Washington Post and The Oregonian, Colburn was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in feature writing. His full-length book, As If Gravity Were a Theory, won the Cider Press Book Award.
Teresa Dunn: Longing to Be
Feb. 4-March 31, 2021