Columbia Center for the Arts is excited to present the arts exhibition, Migration, for the month of April. CCA challenges artists to consider and respond to the definition: “movement from one part of something to another.” Migration is an opportunity for artists to bring attention to the ways and reasons for movement around the world. Whether it be economic, political, cultural, religious, environmental, or a reason beyond one’s control, people have and will continue to migrate. CCA’s Lobby will have a solo show of Rich Bergeman’s photography. In the Nook, CCA will display the Hood River Reads Poster Contest by HRVHS students, as well as feature the photography series “The Hands that Feed Us” by Laurel Sparks.