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.
These five talented artists will each have an opportunity to share photos of previous art installations and talk about their vision for this project.
Winter in Lincoln City is a time to experiment with creativity. This community collaboration exhibit will be made up of interactive art pieces that will grow, change and be built entirely by gallery visitors during the month. Please join us for this hands-on art experience.
Join us for a casual, local matinee with complimentary Cape Foulweather Coffee and pastries. This Coffee Concert program will…
Barreling through a variety of musical styles relevant to today’s youth, including rock, rhythm-and-blues, and hip-hop, “We the People” instills American pride in audiences of all ages—and inspires them to get involved and make a difference.
Audiences are spellbound and enchanted with their unique show of breathtaking music both Traditional and original, with wondrous stories and humor entwined. Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter are a multi-instrumentalist duo with Celtic Harps, Swedish Nyckelharpa, Ukrainian Bandura, Bouzouki, Cittern and more.
Large-scale installation proposed for SW corner of the Cultural Center grounds
Cultural Center's 10th Annual Winter Rummage Sale set for Jan. 17 & 18
The Cultural Center will present its first-ever celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Applications available online and at City Hall
Mark your calendars for a pre-holiday pick-me-up that will strengthen your community and spread the joy of the season: the Giving Tuesday Generosity Bazaar & Volunteer Fair.
“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
“We have a second home in Lincoln City and like what the Lincoln City Cultural Center offers the community.” —Alan & Sherry, Keizer
“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