Louie Foxx throws confetti promoting his One Man Side Show
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Lincoln City Cultural Center - Delake School Building
Lincoln City Cultural Center - Delake School Building
Celtic Series: Heron Valley

Performing Arts

Celtic Music Series

The 2023-24 Celtic Series begins with Heron Valley on Sept. 27, followed by Gadan on Oct. 8. Tickets on sale now. See multiple shows and save big with our Celtic Series Music Packages.

Celtic Series: Heron Valley
PJC Current Exhibit

PJ Chessman Gallery

“Between Tides”

Oregon Coast clay artist, Liz Fox and painter, Sandra Roumagoux team up for this visual adventure of estuaries and the written word.

PJ Chessman Gallery
Fiber Arts Studio Gallery

Fiber Arts Studio Gallery

“Pieced Observations”

Janet Webster combines fabric and stitching in combinations that are sometimes collage and other times quilts. Beautifully combined with intricacies and a skillful grasp of color and composition.

Fiber Arts Studio Gallery
Plaza Construction Updates

On Saturday, Nov. 18, arts lovers and culture fans gathered at the Lincoln City Cultural Center for a special occasion: the activation of the newly completed Cultural Plaza project.

Plaza Construction Updates
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Fostering Arts & Culture

For over 25 years, our nonprofit has brought people together in the spirit of arts and culture. Housed in the historic DeLake School building, the Cultural Center is home to diverse artistic disciplines and genres across the visual & performing arts.

The Stomptowners

Events Calendar

Learn more about upcoming concerts & community events.

Couple looks at visual art on the walls of the Chessman Gallery

PJ Chessman Gallery

Learn about our upcoming exhibitions & featured artists

Wine & Beer Maker at the Lincoln City Farmers & Crafters Market

Farmers & Crafters Market

Learn more about the community market held in our courtyard

Handwoven by Linda Borntrager

Fiber Arts Gallery

Handmade art, clothing, and other textile items 

Plaza Aerial View - Overall Site

Lincoln City Cultural Plaza

Our outdoor renovation project is underway

Five years in the making, the Cultural Plaza Campaign has finally commenced. The grounds of the Lincoln City Cultural Center are under heavy construction; and in order to assist the contractors in their work, we'll be temporarily closed from July 3 to August 8, 2023. Click below to learn more about the project, see full renderings of how the property will look, as well as donation and commemoration options.

Upcoming Events & Activities

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Updates from the Cultural Center

A painting from Vivid Existence by Riley Hoagland

“Vivid Existence” by Riley Hoagland

Opening reception on Friday, Feb. 16

February 16 through March 31 in the Chessman Gallery LINCOLN CITY- The Chessman Gallery, inside the Lincoln City Cultural Center, is pleased to bring you an exciting new exhibit by Riley Hoagland entitled “Vivid Existence.” The public is invited to the opening reception with the artist,…

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Welcome the holidays at the Cultural Center

Ornaments, cookies, carols and Santa await

Holiday kickoff event returns: Tree Lighting Party at the LCCC LINCOLN CITY – After a summer and fall full of construction, Lincoln City Cultural Center is counting its blessings. One of them is the new Plaza parking lot, which is ready and waiting for the center’s…

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Lincoln City! Activate the Plaza Nov. 18

Music, Food and Family Friendly Fun

LINCOLN CITY – On Saturday, Nov. 18, arts lovers and culture fans will be gathering at the Lincoln City Cultural Center for a special occasion: the activation of the newly completed Cultural Plaza project. After five years of fundraising and nine months of construction, the Plaza’s…

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Testimonials

“The Cultural Center fills a need in our culture-starved community. It is a beacon of light for the arts. Well-managed and innovative.”
—Ron, Gleneden Beach

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Testimonials

“We have a second home in Lincoln City and like what the Lincoln City Cultural Center offers the community.” —Alan & Sherry, Keizer

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Testimonials

“I grew up on this music. I never thought I would get to hear it again, played live, like it was last night. There were tears in my eyes.” — Jerry, Lincoln City

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