This month, the Lincoln City Cultural Center is having a pop-up Orphan Art Adoption Sale in its Principal’s Office space.
By choosing to adopt some art in need, people are helping to put an end to the art overpopulation problem accumulating at the cultural center. Some of this orphan art was discovered in nooks and crannies as people at the center have been cleaning out the building and making upgrades. Others are from donations through the years, and still more were left behind after art shows, classes or rummage sales.
All proceeds from art sales will benefit the cultural center. Organizers want this artwork to find loving homes in order to make more space for a permanent collection, which is in its beginning stages and will be made up of works by coastal artists who have played a significant role in the formation of LCCC and the arts community of the area and which documents, in some way, life and culture on the Oregon coast.
The Lincoln City Cultural Center is located at 540 NE Highway 101.