Experience community while keeping your distance

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Participate in local arts & culture
LIVE from your living room

Starting on March 26 and until further notice, we will broadcast an online video at 7 pm every evening, Monday through Saturday, and 2 pm on Sundays. Whenever possible, the video will be live, allowing all those who are watching to post comments that the artist can see in real-time.

The LCCC’s Creative Quarantine Studio will be a daily dose of art—by our community and for our community—free and accessible for everyone.

You’ll find these and other events and activities on the Cultural Center’s Facebook page (@LincolnCityCulture) and through Creative Quarantine family art projects. These resources will be available starting on Thursday, March 26, and will continue through the end of April – and beyond, if necessary.

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An exciting & evolving line-up

A multi-media session with Nora Sherwood, a natural science illustrator, and her musician husband, Gary Burman, set for 2 pm this Sunday, March 29.

Celtic music lovers should also mark their calendars for Sunday, April 12, when fiddler Kevin Burke will give a special 30-minute concert from his home studio in Portland. Burke was originally scheduled to perform at the LCCC at the same time and place. He’ll be taking requests from LCCC Celtic season ticket holders for this special Creative Quarantine presentation.

The schedule is still under construction, but look for art demonstrations, yoga sessions, gallery tours, cooking classes and more. If you’d like to be included in the schedule, leave a message on the @lincolncityculture Facebook Page or write to LCCC director Niki Price at lcccdirector@gmail.com.

 

Free for everyone to watch & participate

It’s completely free to watch and participate in the online Creative Quarantine.

We will be broadcasting the daily video to Facebook with an opportunity to donate to support creativity on the Central Oregon Coast.

Each day’s contributions will be split evenly between the nonprofit Lincoln City Cultural Center and the featured artist (or the artist’s chosen charity).

There will be occasional promotions and giveaways, to spice up your social isolation. On March 29, for example, Nora Sherwood will be giving away three sets of notecards featuring her illustrations of flora and fauna.

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Give $35 or more receive a FREE Chessman Gallery shopping bag

The LCCC will also reward its donors—both new and renewing members—giving $35 or more with the official Chessman Gallery 2020 canvas shopping bag.

Tough, useful and beautiful, this tote has an original graphic owl design by Danelle Jones on one side and the 2020 gallery schedule on the other.

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