In this exhibition, John Holmgren and Nick Conbere present photographs, drawings, and mixed-media prints that explore ways to visually interpret manipulations and transitions of landforms, based on observations of the dams of the Columbia River in both Canada and the United States. A central theme is the struggle to comprehend the implications of human constructions […]
Student Award Ceremony: May 26th @ 6 pm in the Esvelt Gallery This exhibition gives students a chance to submit their work in a juried exhibition. It includes painting, drawing, illustration, photography, graphic design, 2-D design, and ceramics. The Esvelt Gallery would like to thank the ASCBC for their support. For more information please email the CBC Gallery […]
May 16 through June 9 Gallery Hours: 8 am – 8 pm Monday thru Thursday 8am-noon Friday Student Award Ceremony: May 26th @ 6 pm in the Esvelt Gallery This exhibition gives students a chance to submit their work in a juried exhibition. It includes painting, drawing, illustration, photography, graphic design, 2-D design, and ceramics. The […]
Join us as we spend an hour with the CBC Faculty and talk about the work they have exhibited in our current exhibition. March 3rd at 4:30 pm, online via Zoom. Register in advance for this webinar HERE.
The Columbia Basin Concert Band partners with the Pasco High School band program to present an evening of classic and new wind band repertoire. Open and free to the public. Masks required
CBC’s Jazz Band and Jazz Choir perform in concert. Open and free to the public. Seating is limited Covid attestation, masks and social distancing required while in the CBC Theatre.
Jazz Choirs from CBC and their special guest Northwest Nazarene University will share music with the public. Open and free to the public. Seating is limited Covid attestation, masks, and social distancing are required while in the CBC Theatre.
Thursday, March 17, 2022 7 PM, Richland Public Library How do film and television portray romance for strong, independent women? Why should we care? Join Professor Allison Palumbo as they explore 40 years of fighting female characters onscreen—from private eyes to cops and spies—who struggle to find love. Even in these fictional worlds, where anything […]
Thursday, February 17, 2022 **UPDATE** – Online via Zoom at 7 pm- Register here! Murder isn’t what it used to be. Explore the shifting role of the victim in detective novels, and how that shift reflects broader social changes. From Poe and Sherlock Homes to British cozies and Hardboiled pulps, novelist Matthew Sullivan traces the […]
Thursday, January 20, 2022 7 PM, Franklin County Historical Society Agrarian scenes are among the most prominent works by great artists throughout history. From van Gogh and Picasso to American regionalist Thomas Hart Benton and primitivist Grandma Moses, they focus attention on life’s essentials and the beauty of the countryside known to rural inhabitants since […]