Royal Nebeker Art Gallery

The CCC Royal Nebeker Gallery,  established in 1979 and uniquely overlooking the Columbia River, is an important community-gathering place and forum for critical, contemporary art dialogue. Formally named the CCC Art Gallery, it was renamed in the 2015-2016 Academic Year in honor of artist, teacher and mentor Royal Nebeker.

The Gallery is dedicated to:

  • Sustaining and promoting contemporary art and visual culture through exhibitions and programming, which creates a stimulating environment conducive to learning and creative expression.

  • Enriching the cultural life of the campus, the local community, and the North Coast region.

  • Providing local and statewide leadership in the exhibition of contemporary art through regional, national, and international exhibitions.

  • Enhancing visual literacy and critical thinking while promoting the highest professional standards of artistry and craft.

  • Fusing our instructional programs in the Arts and Humanities directly to the cultural vitality of the community.

2019-20 Gallery Schedule

  • Three Artists: Three Journeys (Au Naturel Award Exhibit)

    Drea Frost, Tom Jensen, and Beth Kehoe
    September 23rd – October 24th
    Reception Date: October 17th

  • Workshop: Tom and Beth Argue about Art

    Led by Tom Jensen and Beth Kehoe
    Friday, October 18th, 10 – 2:30 PM
    with a half hour lunch break

  • Workshop: Collage Transformation

    Led by Drea Frost
    Monday, October 21st, 10 – 2:30 PM
    with a half hour lunch break

  • Work Spaces

    Photography by Michael Mathers
    October 28th – November 27th
    Reception: Thursday, November 7th

  • Au Naturel: the Nude in the 21st Century

    Annual International Juried Art Competition
    January 23rd – March 12th
    Reception Date: Thursday, February 6th

  • Watercolor Society of Oregon Exhibit

    April 4th – April 30th
    Reception Date: Saturday, April 4th

  • Annual Art Student Show

    May 7th – June 5th
    Reception Date: May 14th

Virtual Student Center
is Now Online

All CCC classes will go online for the start of Spring Term, and Spring Term will start one week later than previously advertised on Monday, April 6, 2020.