A man in a white t-shirt with a bottle of liquor stares off, as military service person in uniform stands by

Opera Explores PTSD & Veterans Issues

Community invited to FREE screening of 'Canticle of the Black Madonna' on April 13 & 14

Created by Oregon composer Ethan Gans-Morse and librettist Tiziana DellaRovere, “The Canticle of the Black Madonna” is a moving new opera that tells the story of a soldier with post-traumatic…

6 Benefits of Local Arts and Culture

Why should you turn off the TV for once and get out there to take in some culture? The benefits are not as tangible as how exercising will help you drop 10 pounds, but the rewards are undeniable.

Art and culture enhances every part of our lives. They bring us joy, and help us to make sense of our own experiences and to empathize with others. And frankly,…

Rugs donated by The Kelp Bed for the 2018 Culture, Of Course! Raffle

Culture, Of Course! raffle tickets now on sale

Fifth annual benefit set for May 4

You cannot lose when you buy a 50/50 Raffle Ticket as part of this year’s Culture, Of Course!, a benefit to support the Lincoln City Cultural Center. One lucky winner…

The Amazing Bubble Man engulfs a woman inside of a soap bubble

Bubbles, Magic, Juggling, & tons of fun!

The Festival of Illusions returns to Lincoln City this March 24-April 4 for a Spring Break filled with weather-proof activities for kids & families.

Kids, families and those who love to wonder – you’re all invited to the 8th annual Festival of Illusions, March 24-April 4 at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. This year’s…

Painting from the exhibit "2 Water Ways" by Bill Shumway

Gallery show brings attention to water conservation on March 8

Bill Shumway and Pam Serra-Wenz both focus their art on the characteristics of water and the beauty that water beholds in its natural setting.

The Chessman gallery, inside the Lincoln City Cultural Center is proud to announce its next exhibit, “2WATER WAYS” by Bill Shumway and Pam Serra-Wenz. This water themed body of work…

Conversation Project group with several people sitting in a circle

Ecology of Creative Space: Gathering Inspiration From the Natural World

Free discussion about creative spaces and the natural world set for Sunday, Feb. 17

Oregon is experiencing a shift in the landscape of creative spaces in our communities. Population changes, (dis)investment, public policy or the lack of it, and climate change have all had…

Kuri Gill of Oregon Heritage talks with John Lavrakas of the Newport Symphony Orchestra

Conversations with Grant Funders and Partners

More than $5 million in funding available for arts & cultural non-profits in 2019

More than $5 million in funding will be available when Oregon Cultural Trust Manager Aili Schreiner joins with colleagues from the Cultural Trust’s Statewide Partners and other funders Feb. 12…

Mill Creek Fantasy by Ralph Elliott

“Imaging Time” by Ralph Elliott

This exhibit is a collection of photography, by local artist Ralph Elliott, comprised primarily of water and immersed object images creating ephemeral landscapes that emphasize action, event, process and time….

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