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.
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Since the inception of the Livermore Cultural Arts Council over 50 years ago, its member groups (all non-profits) have struggled to find….
Explore how the intersection of mathematics, science, art and computers can be used to visualize and create artistic pieces which also describe and explain nature. This is a joint presentation by …Find out more »
Beginning April, our Chorale will dip into its library to each month bring you a short song or two plus a bit of fun trivia about the piece or its …Find out more »
LAA's first online show, New Dawn, taught us a lot about how to put together a show. Join us for a lecture and conversation with Christine Watters, LAA's webmaster who …Find out more »
Historic Homes & Buildings of Livermore's North Side. Presented by Richard Finn, Livermore City Historian, Use this link to join the event: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82860280219 Sponsored by the Livermore Heritage Guild and …Find out more »
The Bankhead is excited to announce that live entertainment is coming back to the Bankhead this month! New Courtyard Concerts will offer comedy and music outdoors in the intimate courtyard …Find out more »
“Lisa Wolpe is her own woman and joyfully speaks her mind, but her greatest legacy will undoubtedly be her creative vision and determination to create a platform and a voice for …Find out more »
A special event one week before Mother's Day specializing in cards, jewelry, and gifts.Find out more »
Our Featured Video This Month
A 3 minute selection from “Peter and the Wolf”
CLICK HERE to see the entire production (28 minutes)