Lincoln City Cultural Center

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Address:

540 NE Highway 101

Lincoln City, Oregon 97367

Contact Info:

541-994-9994

Hours:

10am-4pm Thursday-Monday (excepting classes or events)

Place Description:

Lincoln City Cultural Center was first known as The Lincoln City Arts Forum when established on August 10, 1992. It was renamed the "4C's" (Coastal Communities Cultural Center), and received its Articles of Incorporation on December 20, 1996. The organization obtained Non-Profit altStatus as IRS 501(c)3 on October 14, 1997.

Six months later, in April of 1998, its first by-Laws were established and later revised in 2003. In September 2006, the 4C's leased DeLake School from the city of Lincoln City; and adopted its new business name of Lincoln City Cultural Center in February 2007.

Since 1929, historic DeLake School has been a center for education for the children of Lincoln City. LCCC continues this tradition for ALL ages, offering classes in art, dance, music, literature, and theater.  The Lincoln City Cultural Center also sponsors play writing contests, fund raisers, and activities to encourage artists of all ages. 

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Upcoming Events in Lincoln City Cultural Center

  • “Sandscapes and Second Chances” by Dorcas Holzapfel and Jennifer Norman

    November 9th, 2018 to December 10th, 2018

    This two-woman show is an exciting reflection of our talented local arts community and an echo of our unique coastal environment with the use of interesting found objects. Jennifer Norman’s assembled pieces and jewelry art work are created from recycled or repurposed items and Dorcas Holzapfel’s sandscapes are made with sand, acrylic paint and found objects. Opening reception: Friday, Nov. 9 from 5- 7pm

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  • Celtic Series: The Gothard Sisters

    December 9th, 2018 to December 9th, 2018

    Spend your Sunday afternoon with The Gothard Sisters, a dynamic musical group of three sisters who sing, dance and play several instruments (violin, acoustic guitar, mandolin, bodhran, djembe, whistle and more) for a warm, celebratory welcome to the holidays. This contemporary Celtic trio has released seven albums of music that is called “vivid, inspirational and captivating.” Part of the LCCC’s first full season of Irish, Scottish, American and fusion music and dance from around the Celtic-verse.

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  • “Form, Function and Film” group show by Kirk Jonasson, Kelly Howard and Rick Martin

    December 14th, 2018 to January 7th, 2019

    These three artists, Kelly Howard, Kirk Jonasson and Rick Martin, each working separately within their chosen medium (hand blown glass, photography printed from film and bent wood sculpture), have cooperatively created an exquisite exhibit with a common thread of black and white aesthetic. Opening reception: Friday, Dec. 14 from 5 – 7pm

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  • “Imaging Time” By Ralph Elliott

    January 11st, 2019 to February 4th, 2019

    A collection of photos comprised primarily of water and immersed object images creating ephemeral landscapes that emphasize action, event, process and time over object studies. Opening reception: Friday, Jan. 11 from 5 – 7pm

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  • Celtic Series: The Stomptowners

    January 12nd, 2019 to January 12nd, 2019

    The Stomptowners is a rare experience blending dynamic traditional Irish music with voice and hot Irish dance. This four piece ensemble uses Uilleann pipes, Irish bouzouki, fiddle, whistles, breathtaking vocals and driven foot percussion. The tradition comes to life with the all energy today’s audience craves. It is often said about The Stomptowners is that there is something for everyone. A typical performance includes smoking hot Irish and Scottish tunes, choreographed Irish dance, voice with foot percussion, arranged songs as well as evocative a cappella pieces. The Stomptowners repertoire is always kept fresh, alive and relevant to the season. Part of the LCCC’s first full season of Irish, Scottish, American and fusion music and dance from around the Celtic-verse.

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  • Celtic Series: The Outside Track

    February 3rd, 2019 to February 3rd, 2019

    Winner of 'Best Group' in both the Live Ireland awards and the Tradition In Review awards, The Outside Track are one of the top Celtic acts in the world. They were 'Best Live Act' nominees in the MG Alba Scots Traditional Music Awards, and won the German Radio Critics Prize, for their album Flash Company. Live Ireland called them, 'Among the top bands in the world - stunning on every cut!'. The Outside Track’s marriage of Celtic music, song and dance has been rapturously received around the world. Hailing from Scotland, Ireland, and Cape Breton, its five members are united by a love of traditional music and a commitment to creating new music on this as a foundation. They blend fiddle, accordion, harp, guitar, flute, whistle, step-dance and vocals with breathtaking vitality. Their blend of boundless energy and unmistakable joie de vivre has won them a large following around the globe. Part of the LCCC’s first full season of Irish, Scottish, American and fusion music and dance from around the Celtic-verse.

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  • Celtic Series: Realta

    March 7th, 2019 to March 7th, 2019

    Hailing from the Ulster city of Belfast, Realta is an award winning multi-instrumentalist group presents an enchanting program of dance music interspersed with the occasional story, air and song. While Conor Lamb and Aaron O’Hagan pursue the melody on uilleann pipes and whistles, guitarist and vocalist Deirdre Galway explores the harmony and rhythms within the tunes. All-Ireland champions Dermot Mulholland and Dermot Moynagh complete the line-up with dynamic accompaniments on double bass, bouzouki, banjo, voice and bodhrán, making this one of the most exciting acts on the Irish music scene today. Part of the LCCC’s first full season of Irish, Scottish, American and fusion music and dance from around the Celtic-verse.

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  • Celtic Series: The Tannahill Weavers

    April 7th, 2019 to April 7th, 2019

    The Tannahill Weavers are one of Scotland's premier traditional bands. Their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, and original ballads and lullabies. Their music demonstrates to old and young alike the rich and varied musical heritage of the Celtic people. These versatile musicians have received worldwide accolades consistently over the years for their exuberant performances and outstanding recording efforts that seemingly can't get better...yet continue to do just that. The final concert in the LCCC’s first full season of Irish, Scottish, American and fusion music and dance from around the Celtic-verse.

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