Students from Taft Highschool presenting their artwork
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Painting of a phoenix inspired by the Echo Mountain Fire Complex
Painting of a phoenix inspired by the Echo Mountain Fire Complex
PJ Chessman Gallery

PJ Chessman Gallery

Be Immersed in Art

Join our LIVE gallery tours featuring local artists that delight, educate and inspire, or watch it later via the recording on Facebook. We are open for in-person viewing while observing the latest COVID regulations.

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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
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Current Exhibit in the Gallery

"Up From the Ashes"

A collection of stories, objects from the ashes, artwork and photography in the wake of the Echo Mountain Fire. On display starting April 9 with a LIVE Gallery Tour hosted by Krista Eddy.

PJ Chessman Gallery
PJ Chessman Gallery

Up Next in the Gallery

Art on the Edge Studio Tour

Returning this spring, art lovers will be able to safely visit physical creative spaces all over the central coast, as well as tour the showcase in our gallery with a piece from each tour artist or studio.

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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.

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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

From the Ground Up: Dennis White & Martha Wallace 139

From the Ground Up: Dennis White & Martha Wallace

Opening June 11 in the Chessman Gallery

From the Ground Up is a collection of nature inspired, abstracted, color photographs by Dennis White, as well as raku and traditionally fired works in clay by Martha Wallace. Together this work resonates with surface textures, colors and shapes arranged to elicit a sense of surprise and…

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Glass Float with Fuming by Andrew Schmidt

Online auction fuels the artists of Otis after the Echo Mountain Fire, bidding closes June 12

Auction is filled with original art by Liisa Rahkonen, Kelly Howard, Katia Kyte, Wally Schwab and many more—plus all proceeds go to help the victims of the fires.

The Lincoln City Cultural Center announced this week that the second round of Echo Mountain Arts Fund grants are ready to be dispersed. These funds are going out to help creative individuals and couples who lost supplies, equipment and other parts of their artistic lives, along…

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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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