Photo of sculptures and artwork in the Print Making Exihibit
Lincoln City Cultural Center - Delake School Building
Up close photo of a detailed wood sculpture
PJC Current Exhibit

PJ Chessman Gallery

Jordan Schnitzer
Print Making Exhibit

The 20th Anniversary Folio of the Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency at the Sitka Center, established in 2002 to provide working artists with little or no printmaking experience the opportunity to explore a new creative medium.

PJ Chessman Gallery - From the Ground Up
Fiber Arts Gallery

Fiber Arts Gallery

Artisan textile art

See looms, wheels and other equipment alongside exhibits of some of the most accomplished artisans working today. Open from 10 am to 4 pm Thursday through Sunday, and by appointment. 

Fiber Arts Gallery
PJC Up Next

Up Next in the Gallery

Journeys with Wood

Renown wood and fiber artist and longtime instructor at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Monica Setziol-Phillips, is exhibiting her work alongside 8 of her former students. This exciting and skilled line up will demonstrate the compelling qualities of art with wood.

PJ Chessman Gallery - Annual Members Show
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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 

Upcoming Events & Activities

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Updates from the Cultural Center

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Whale Sighting in the Fiber Arts Gallery

Hegira, a free form fiber art piece created by Christina Harkness, depicts a female Humpback Whale swimming above a coral reef. She is on her migration journey and we are not sure how long she will stay so, please visit soon, and often.   Hegira is the…

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Art to Save the Sea

Washed Ashore creatures are headed to the Lincoln City Cultural Center, opening Oct. 23

The Lincoln City Cultural Center announced this week that Washed Ashore, a touring exhibit of sea life sculptures made entirely of marine debris, will bring its message of ocean stewardship to the central Oregon Coast this fall. Thanks to the generosity of regional funders and foundations, a 19-piece collection of Washed Ashore: Art to…

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Festival board enacts new safety protocols

Siletz Bay Music Festival opens Sept. 4 at the LCCC. The board of directors of the festival have issued the following safety update: “No one thought that having a live festival in the midst of a pandemic was going to be easy but the board and…

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“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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“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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“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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