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Sunday, April 05 | CLOSED Cause to Create: SJSS Exhibit

COVID-19 UPDATE: The LCCC is closed through March 31.

This year’s creative work by the kindergarten-8th-grade students of Lincoln City’s St. James Santiago School form this lively and eclectic show. Teachers at the non-profit elementary know the creative arts are fundamental to learning, so they integrate the visual, musical and dramatic arts across the school curriculum. Drawing from studies in science, literacy and the school’s current world study of Russia and Northern Europe, students produced individual and collaborative pieces in a wide range of media, including drawing, painting, mosaic, writing, scientific illustration, clay, and textiles.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, March 13, 2020.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, April 6, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Friday, April 10 | Exhibit: “..a thing with feathers”

The Chessman’s annual Bird themed art show features 3-D sculpture and paintings by Robert Schlegel, Clay work, art prints and paintings by Marilyn Burkhardt, Mixed media and fabric art by Cheri Aldrich and fire paintings by Cynthia Longhat-Adams. Spring will come alive in the gallery with this diverse and texture filled display of bird-themed artwork.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, April 10.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, May 4, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Friday, April 10 | “..a thing with feathers” (Reception)

The Chessman’s annual Bird themed art show features 3-D sculpture and paintings by Robert Schlegel, Clay work, art prints and paintings by Marilyn Burkhardt, Mixed media and fabric art by Cheri Aldrich and fire paintings by Cynthia Longhat-Adams. Spring will come alive in the gallery with this diverse and texture filled display of bird-themed artwork.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, April 10.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, May 4, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Sunday, April 12 | POSTPONED Kevin Burke

This event has been postponed due to the COVID-19 restrictions. We are working to reschedule this concert. Tickets purchased for this event will be automatically transferred to that date. All refund requests will be handled over the phone, call 541-994-9994 and leave a message. Thank you!

The LCCC’s 2019-20 Celtic Series continues with the amazing Kevin Burke. Burke’s fiddle playing has been at the forefront of traditional music since the 1970’s. His far-reaching solo album, “If the Cap Fits” and his work with such distinguished performers as Arlo Guthrie, Kate Bush, Christy Moore and the Bothy Band established him as a first-class musician.

Never one to be restricted by geography or genre, his decades-long career has seen several innovative collaborations with notable musicians of differing styles – Classical, Old-Time, Bluegrass, Pop and Rock as well as the Irish Traditional music for which he is so well known. Some of the eminent players he has worked with are: Grammy winner, singer and instrumentalist Tim O’Brien; Liam O Maonlai, lead singer of the Hothouse Flowers; classical violinists Gilles Apap and Greg Ewer; Old Time favorites, The Foghorn String Band; renowned Irish bands Dervish, Solas and Lunasa and his most recent recording is a collaboration with veteran rock guitarist John Brennan.

Sunday, April 26 | Erica Brookhyser sings Russian Songs

Erica Brookhyser has emerged as a formidable mezzo-soprano in the lyric and now the dramatic repertories. Her concert appearances include Moses und Aron with Boston Symphony Orchestra under the baton of James Levine, Blizzard Voices with BMOP under Gil Rose, Bach St. Matthew Passion and Mozart Mass in C-minor with the Cincinnati May Festival conducted by James Conlon, Das Lied von der Erde and Wesendonck Lieder with Orchester Staatstheater Darmstadt under the baton of Elias Grandy, and the Mahler Rückert Lieder with Newport Symphony Orchestra conducted by Adam Flatt.

“The dark chocolaty voice with that tinge of astringency that the melancholic Mahler requires. She effortlessly pierced his densest textures, and surfed the cresting orchestral waves with the thrilling brilliance of her upper register.” — Brian Hanna, Newport News Times

Erica Brookhyser is the final performance of the LCCC’s new 2019/20 Vocal Arts Series. Tickets are $25 general, $23 for seniors ages 60 and up, and $12 for youth ages 18 and under.

Friday, May 08 | ART on the EDGE Studio Tour Showcase (Reception)

Our third annual ART STUDIO TOUR, based out of the Lincoln City Cultural Center, will feature 25 exclusive artists’ studios for the weekend of May 29th, 30th and 31st . The Chessman Gallery will be hosting a showcase exhibit including work from all participating artists throughout the month of May.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at this opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, May 18.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, June 8, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

For more information on the Studio Tour portion of Art on the Edge, please visit artstudiotourLCCC.com or contact Krista Eddy, Gallery Director.

 

Friday, May 29 | ART on the EDGE Studio Tour

Over 40 artists, 30 locations, and 18 different artist mediums are represented in this self-guided tour of the studio spaces of well known, coastal visual artists ranging in location from Neskowin to Newport. These artists will show off their exclusive locations, demonstrate their creative processes and sell their work. Our fourth annual ART STUDIO TOUR, based out of the Lincoln City Cultural Center, will feature 25 exclusive artists’ studios for the weekend of May 29th, 30th and 31st.

The Chessman Gallery will be hosting a showcase exhibit including work from all participating artists throughout the month of May.

For more information on the Studio Tour portion of Art on the Edge, please visit artstudiotourLCCC.com or contact Krista Eddy, Gallery Director.

Art on the Edge Studio Tour

Friday, June 05 | “Honk! JR.”

Lincoln City Playhouse for Youth will present “Honk! JR.” on stage at the LCCC June 5, 6 and 7. Adapted for young performers, and with a score by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe (Mary Poppins), “Honk! JR.” is a heartwarming celebration of being different that is sure to delight audiences of all ages with its sparkling wit, unique charm and memorable score.
Ugly looks quite a bit different from his darling duckling brothers and sisters. The other animals on the farm are quick to notice and point this out, despite his mother’s protective flapping. Feeling rather foul about himself, the little fowl finds himself on an adventure of self-discovery, all the while unknowingly outwitting a very hungry Cat. Along the way, Ugly meets a whole flock of unique characters and finds out being different is not a bad thing to be.
“Honk! JR.” is on stage at the LCCC four times: 7 pm Friday, June 5; 2 pm and 7 pm on Saturday, June 6; and 2 pm Sunday, June 7 at the LCCC. Tickets are $10 for adults (ages 18 and older), $5 youth (ages 6-17) and free for children (age 0-5). Sorry, LCCC Members Discounts and complimentary tickets do not apply for this special presentation.

Friday, June 12 | Exhibit: “From the Banks of the Nechesne”

In honor of Sitka’s 50th anniversary, Frank and Ian Boyden present an exhibition of works related to the environment of the Salmon River.

It is a powerful display of paintings, print work, and sculpture from each decade of Frank’s artistic journey rooted with a sense of place to the beautiful Cascade Head area.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, June 12.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, July 6, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Friday, June 12 | “From the Banks of the Nechesne” (Reception)

In honor of Sitka’s 50th anniversary, Frank and Ian Boyden present an exhibition of works related to the environment of the Salmon River.

It is a powerful display of paintings, print work, and sculpture from each decade of Frank’s artistic journey rooted with a sense of place to the beautiful Cascade Head area.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, June 12.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, July 6, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Tuesday, July 07 | LCCC Presents: Ben Cosgrove

Join us for an evening of music and conversation with Ben Cosgrove, a traveling composer-performer whose solo piano compositions explore themes of landscape, place, and environment. Ben has performed his “electric and exhilarating” music in every U.S. state except Delaware and Hawaii, and held artist residencies and fellowships with institutions including the National Park Service, the National Forest Service, Harvard University, Middlebury College, the Schmidt Ocean Institute, and the Sitka Center for Art & Ecology. His recent album “Salt,” which compares feelings of ungroundedness, loss, and confusion to landscapes of flux and ambiguity, was described by Seven Days as a “majestic entry into the composer’s catalog… replete with near-imperceptible embellishments and forward-thinking concepts.” Junction Magazine called the album “a poetry of tones and turns and motion and play that transcends the gross signification of everyday language,” and both Sound of Boston and Red Line Roots deemed it one of the best local releases of the year.

For more about Ben’s work, including a full biography and audio samples, please visit his website at bencosgrove.com and watch videos here, here, and here. His music is streamable on Spotify here.

Friday, July 10 | Exhibit: “Spirit Animals”

Every year the Lincoln City Cultural Center honors its membership by exhibiting work of all kinds exclusively done by our member artist. These shows are always creative, colorful and inspirational. This year the theme is “Spirit Animals”.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at this opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, July 10th, 2020.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, August 10, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

To learn more about becoming a member of the Cultural Center, please visit our website, call (541) 994-9994, or come to the DeLake School building, 540 NE Hwy 101, Lincoln City.

Friday, July 10 | “Spirit Animals” (Reception)

Every year the Lincoln City Cultural Center honors its membership by exhibiting work of all kinds exclusively done by our member artist. These shows are always creative, colorful and inspirational. This year the theme is “Spirit Animals”.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at this opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, July 10th, 2020.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, August 10, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

To learn more about becoming a member of the Cultural Center, please visit our website, call (541) 994-9994, or come to the DeLake School building, 540 NE Hwy 101, Lincoln City.

Saturday, July 11 | LCCC Presents: The Coffis Brothers

Jamie and Kellen Coffis, born and raised in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Northern California, don’t tend to overthink their music. Nothing in their repertoire is overwrought or outstays its welcome. This is pure roots rock, focused on melody, harmony, rhythm and mood. There are echoes of The Byrds, Tom Petty and The Jayhawks, and from years of touring, they have honed their sound into shimmering, high-energy rock and roll. They’re positioned in a long line of sibling duos that stretches back to the Delmores, the Louvins, and the Everly Brothers.

On their fourth full-length studio album The Coffis Brothers sought out the help of Tim Bluhm of The Mother Hips, who worked as the producer throughout the entirety of the record. Recorded at 25th Street Studios in Oakland at the beginning of 2019, and finished over several months at Bluhm’s home studio in Fairfax, In The Cuts is a 12 song rock and roll album that marks the latest installment in The Coffis Brothers’ catalogue. All songs were written and sung by Jamie (vocals and keys) and Kellen (vocals, guitar), and were performed by Kyle Poppen (lead guitar), Aidan Collins (bass, backing vocals), Sam Kellerman (drums and percussion), and Tim Bluhm (backing vocals, and guitar.)

The brothers, Jamie and Kellen formed the band in 2010 along with childhood friend and neighbor Kyle Poppen. In 2011 the band recorded and released their debut full-length self-titled album which was followed up with their Single, Waiting For You in 2012 and their second full-length album in 2014 titled Wrong Side of The Road, all of which were produced by Andy Zenzcak at Gadgetbox Studios in Santa Cruz. Following the release of Wrong Side of The Road, Aidan Collins joined the band on bass guitar ahead of recording their third album, Roll With It (produced by Andy Zenzcak at Barefoot Studios, 2017.) The following two years consisted of constant touring of the West Coast with Sam Kellerman on drums prior to recording of In The Cuts.

Monday, July 20 | Theater Magic! Two-week Theater Camp for Kids in Grades 3-12

Time to plan ahead for the LCCC’s third annual children’s theater workshop: “Theater Magic! Tales From Around the World.” Once again, the experience will be filled with fun, challenge and rewards for participating students. This year’s play is filled with wacky characters derived from a variety of traditional folk tales. Under careful direction, students will build their acting skills by participating in daily theater games, warm up exercises and rehearsals specific to the script. Throughout the two weeks, they will learn to use voice, body language, improvisation and mime skills to develop each character. There are rich and complex roles for the experienced students and delightful roles for the beginner. Everyone gets a speaking part and rehearsals build on critical thinking and cooperative problem solving, as characters develop and actors form friendships. Students will also be involved in negotiating props and creating set pieces. The workshop culminates in a polished performance on stage at The Lincoln City Cultural Center, guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages.
The group will meet at the Lincoln City Cultural Center from 9 am to 11 am Monday through Friday, July 20-24 and July 27-31, and for the final public performance on Friday, July 31. Registration fee is $100 per student. Forms will be available at the LCCC starting on April 1.
Limited financial aid is available, to inquire contact the directors at sjsschoollc@gmail.com.

DIRECTORS
Kaline Klaas has worked with hundreds of children in playful and creative theater workshops in public and private schools and has directed over 50 children’s plays. She was the Director of Let There Be Arts and currently teaches drama a St. James Santiago School in Lincoln City.
Julie Fiedler is an artist, teacher, script-writer and administrator. She has worked with hundreds of children in schools and summer arts camps for many years. She is a delightfully creative face painter and can be found designing colorful masterpieces on children’s faces throughout the summer months at the Lincoln City Farmer’s Market. She is currently the Director of St. James Santiago School.

Friday, July 31 | Theater Magic! Public Performance

The culmination of a two-week performance workshop for youth in grades 3-12, featuring wacky characters and wonderful “Tales From Around the World.” Under the direction of Kaline Klaas and Julie Fiedler, the students have participated in daily theater games and exercises to build acting skills and develop characters using voice, body language and mime. See what they’ve learned, on stage tonight. Tickets are $12 for adults, $7 for youth ages 5-18, free for kids 4 and younger.

Friday, August 14 | Exhibit: “Bare Bones & Thrown Stone”

Longtime Oregon mixed media painter and surface maker, Judy Vogland, and artist daughter, Taylor Ryder, Pacifica, CA, each breathe life into narrative assumptions and juxtapositions of everyday life from individual points of view.

Included are works of Oregon clay master, Patrick Horsley, with architecturally directed pieces that speak of primitive and contemporary references from temple and home.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception of “Bare Bones & Thrown Stone” by Judy Vogland, Taylor Ryder and Patrick Horsley: 5-7 pm on Friday, August 14.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, September 7, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Friday, August 14 | “Bare Bones & Thrown Stone” (Reception)

Longtime Oregon mixed media painter and surface maker, Judy Vogland, and artist daughter, Taylor Ryder, Pacifica, CA, each breathe life into narrative assumptions and juxtapositions of everyday life from individual points of view.

Included are works of Oregon clay master, Patrick Horsley, with architecturally directed pieces that speak of primitive and contemporary references from temple and home.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception of “Bare Bones & Thrown Stone” by Judy Vogland, Taylor Ryder and Patrick Horsley: 5-7 pm on Friday, August 14.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, September 7, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Friday, September 11 | Scorpaenid: Rockfish of the Northeast Pacific Ocean

This exhibit by Kenneth Robert Dust is a special study of the Scorpaenid species of the Northeast Pacific Ocean (The Northwest Coast of North America). Dust shows his skill at wildlife art creations using colored pencil painting on paper to masterfully illustrate these local aquatic residents.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, September 11.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, October 5, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Friday, September 11 | Scorpaenid: Rockfish of the Northeast Pacific Ocean (Reception)

This exhibit by Kenneth Robert Dust is a special study of the Scorpaenid species of the Northeast Pacific Ocean (The Northwest Coast of North America). Dust shows his skill at wildlife art creations using colored pencil painting on paper to masterfully illustrate these local aquatic residents.

Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at the opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, September 11.

The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, October 5, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

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