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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The past year of dark theaters, financial challenges and social unrest has of necessity been a time of reflection. As we emerge from the pandemic, LCAC and its member organizations are left to wonder how best to move forward in a rapidly changing world.
In the recent past, LCAC has been successful in:
(a) promoting its member organizations and the Livermore cultural arts scene generally,
(b) facilitating connections between cultural arts groups with ties to Livermore,
(c) providing a single point of contact for LCAC’s member groups with the City of Livermore, Alameda County, the schools, the Livermore Chamber of Commerce, Visit Tri-Valley, Livermore Downtown, Inc. and other agencies, and
(d) offering information and educational opportunities on topics of interest to the cultural arts community.
As we move forward, LCAC will be examining whether to modify its mission and/or expand its reach.
A three-hour strategic planning session is scheduled for:
August 15, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.
(Zoom or location TBD based on Covid status)
Anyone interested in Livermore’s cultural arts scene and LCAC’s future role is welcome to attend.
We will consider three models. Join us! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details and to register.
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