The Livermore Cultural Arts Council (LCAC) is a coalition of non-profit arts and education groups supporting each other through networking, resource sharing, and coordination. These collaborative efforts serve to strengthen the organizations while promoting greater community engagement in the cultural arts.
LCAC mission: The Livermore Cultural Arts Council promotes cultural and educational activities within the greater Tri-Valley and strives to heighten community awareness of and appreciation for the arts.
November 27, 2021
As Valley Dance Theater’s The Nutcracker returns to the Bankhead Theater and the Valley Concert Chorale to the First Presbyterian Church, a growing sense of well being is palpable. If, like me, you treasure the cultural arts for entertainment, enlightenment and education, and cannot envision a world without such offerings, please donate generously to local arts and culture non-profits this holiday season. The Livermore Cultural Arts Council continues to support its member organizations through educational presentations, advocacy, marketing, networking and resource sharing. Such support is essential to a thriving cultural arts scene.
If you are looking for something to do, LCAC’s Events Calendar is a terrific way to keep current on cultural arts programming and exhibitions in and around the Tri Valley. We are also on Facebook and Instagram.
The COVID pandemic has provided the Livermore Cultural Arts Council an opportunity to reflect on and reassess LCAC’s purpose leading to the establishment of a strategic planning committee to address issues of impact, governance, and expansion. One outgrowth of these ongoing discussions was our first Mixer jointly hosted with Livermore Downtown, Inc. at Wingen Bakery. The self-introductions and sharing of information by arts organizations, heritage groups, and businesses highlighted our common goal of enhancing quality of life through creative expression.
We wish you a happy and healthy holiday season!
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Four performances! LVO presents Verdi’s OTELLO in an ambitious production worthy of its our return to the Bankhead stage. The crowning work of a master composer at the peak of …Find out more »
Our Featured Group This Month
Valley Concert Chorale
Friday December 10, 7:30 pm
Saturday December 11, 7:30 pm
First Presbyterian Church
2020 Fifth Street, Livermore