• CCC Art Collection 

    artwork - fountain 01When you visit our Clackamas Community College Oregon City campus, make sure you take time to enjoy the expansive grounds, with their beautiful scenery, new buildings and impressive artwork.

    The Oregon City campus is home to a vast collection of art, featured in the Alexander and Pauling galleries, in several public outdoor spaces, and in most buildings across the campus. CCC has assembled a permanent collection of original art by contemporary Northwest artists. Acquisition of new artwork is ongoing and directed by the Cultural Arts Committee and the Art Department. 

    The Alexander Gallery, located in the Niemeyer Center, features exhibits of work by regional as well as internationally-recognized artists. Lectures and presentations are often offered in connection with gallery exhibits. Receptions, lectures and presentations are open to the public. You may have an opportunity to meet the artists.

    The Pauling Gallery, located in the lobby of the Pauling Science Center features art exhibits of student work. An annual art show during Spring Term showcases the best student work of the year.

    Art on campus abounds at CCC. We invite you to step up and take a look.

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