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.
“Thanks Be to the Sea”, is a traveling UNESCO Cascade Head Biosphere Reserve art and science exhibition. This visual underwater journey is inspired by an original poem of the same name and contains photographs and “gyotaku,” Japanese folk art fish printings, by Fishpeople entrepreneur Duncan Berry.
Light up the winter with a mosaic class, led by Joanne Daschel. Tuesday Studio Sessions are for students with…
An exciting program of unforgettable music and a sumptuous dinner to benefit the Siletz Bay Music Festival. The “Siletz:…
The LCCC’s 2019-20 Celtic Series drives on with the premiere performance by The Browne Sisters & George Cavanaugh. Their…
See all the short films nominated for this year’s Academy Awards — before the Oscars on Feb. 9! The…
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.
Elves wanted for 8th annual Tree Lighting Party, set for Friday, Nov. 29
MC Reardon’s “EXHALE: earth” exhibit is a collection of paintings and mixed media, as well as photographs that will be included in her newly published art book called “FOREST”
Cappella Romana performs in this Northwest Premiere tour, part of a special Veterans Day performance that features 24 voices and a work that was composed by Alexander Kastalsky nearly 100 years ago
“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