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

  • LCCC Presents: Sofia Talvik

    September 24th, 2017 to September 24th, 2017

    The LCCC’s New Folk series will begin with Sofia Talvik, a singer/songwriter playing Americana with Swedish roots. She’s a North Sea siren, blending sparkle and melancholy as she creates her own special niche, guitar and voice. Since she first began touring the US more than 10 years ago, Talvik has released six full-length albums and a number of EPs, as well.

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  • Sound of Nature, Sound of Art IV

    October 10th, 2017 to October 10th, 2017

    The LCCC is proud to present this fourth annual collaboration of art, music and ecology, a celebration of Cascade Head Scenic Research Area and the rare natural beauty of the Oregon Coast. This year’s featured ensemble will be the Three Centuries Ensemble, the performing works inspired by nature. The music, in turn, will inspire invited artists, who will respond to both the beauty of Cascade Head and the music itself, while the audience looks on. Co-sponsored by the Studios to Schools project, U.S. Bank, the Local 99 AF of M and the members of the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

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  • ”Portals Into Fiber” Fiber Arts Group

    October 13rd, 2017 to November 6th, 2017

    This exhibit strives to share a part of each of the artists involved, focusing on both message and aesthetic. It is a portal to educate viewers on the diversity of fiber as a means of expressing the range of human conditions, as well as an art show of depth and quality Opening reception: Friday, Oct. 13th 5pm-7pm

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  • Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival

    October 13rd, 2017 to October 13rd, 2017

    Join Michael Harrington, curator of the Wandering Reel Film Festival, for an evening of short international films on the theme “You. Me. We.” Featured titles will include “Mare Nostrum,” about Syrian refugees on the Mediterranean coast, and “Artalde,” a Basque film about a shepherd lost in the city, along with other films from Iran, Canada and France. For details, head to www.wanderingreel.org.

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  • Harvest Gold: Tribute to Neil Young

    October 14th, 2017 to October 14th, 2017

    Neil Young interpreter Richie Bean is joined by Chris Ochsner, Monte Allen and Eric Jerde, as they take a journey through the Young’s remarkable career

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  • Theatre West "Calendar Girls"

    October 19th, 2017 to November 10th, 2017

    When Annie’s husband dies of leukemia, she and her best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow members of the WI to pose nude with them for an “alternative” calendar, with a little help from hospital porter and amateur photographer Lawrence. The news of the women’s charitable venture spreads like wildfire, and hordes of press descend upon the small village of Knapely in the Yorkshire Dales. The calendar is a success, but Chris and Annie’s friendship is put to the test under the strain of their newfound fame. “Calendar Girls,” by Tim Firth, is based on a true story. Playing in the LCCC auditorium at 7 pm Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 19-Nov. 10.

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  • LCCC Presents: Jamie Stillway and Ben Bonham

    October 25th, 2017 to October 25th, 2017

    Jamie Stillway and Ben Bonham are setting out on their "mostly annual" fall tour, and will be stopping in Lincoln City for a performance at the Lincoln City Cultural Center on Wednesday, October 25th. Their eponymous debut release snagged serious accolades from all corners, and was named one of the top albums of the year by Willamette Week. "Stillway and Bonham cut through the clatter of pop music with a package that’s part Django Reinhardt and part Rev. Gary Davis, tied up with a ragtime bow. Jamie Stillway not only comps big, fat, swinging and expensive jazz chords but picks with a ferocity that would make Django proud, and her technique is commanding and artful. Ben Bonham devilishly evokes front-porch picking sessions and Hawaiian luaus with his liquid strokes but can cop a nasty swing on demand--both guitarists are supremely accomplished” --Don Campbell, The Oregonian.

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  • “Color Confluence” by Carol Pulvermacher and Virginia Leonnig

    November 10th, 2017 to December 4th, 2017

    This collaborative show between two Oregon artists expresses a shared love of Pacific Northwest wildlife using different mediums and styles. Choosing like subject matter and same size supports, these works create a surprising and unusual confluence of color, energy and creativity. Opening reception: Friday, Nov. 10th 5pm-7pm

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  • “Chiaroscuro: Casting Shadows in Mosaic” Group Mosaic Show

    December 8th, 2017 to January 8th, 2018

    The ancient art of mosaic is enjoying a renaissance in the world today. Artists are using traditional tools and materials and combining them with other materials and a contemporary sensibility to create astonishing new work. This Group of artists from Oregon and Washington all work in the broad medium of mosaic will explore the nature of light and dark, how shadows are cast by materials in their work, or how mosaic materials either reflect or absorb light. Artists include: Lynn Adamo, Joanne Daschel, Scott Fitzwater, Jennifer Kuhns, Karen Rycheck and Mark Brody. Opening reception: Friday, Dec. 8th 5pm-7pm

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  • Connect US 20 by Sal Strom and Lynn Moyers

    January 12nd, 2018 to February 5th, 2018

    Connecting US 20 is a traveling art event that visited libraries across the country with a goal to increases awareness of local commonalities and differences. Community libraries were the catalyst for linking local writers and art across America’s longest highway, US 20. Sal Strom and Lynn Moyers traveled all of US 20; 3,365 miles through 12 states, finishing on May 31st in Sal’s Pacific Coast home town Newport, Oregon. This project is about community, no matter where that community is located and about linking people together through Art. Colorful cheesecloth was used to create hanging maps of the journey and also converge to highlight local authors in photography. This exhibit is a celebration of art and community. Opening reception: Friday, Jan. 13th from 5 to 7pm

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