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Lincoln Art Center Has Been Nominated for the wKREDA Tourism/Art/Culture Business of the Year
29 Jan 2020
The Lincoln Art Center Has Been Nominated for the wKREDA Tourism/Art/Culture Business of the Year. They were nominated by Kelly Larson of the Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation. The Lincoln Art Center began over 25 years ago when a group of volunteers rehabilitated a downtown building to provide high quality arts education and exhibit space to the community.
About the Lincoln Art Center
The Lincoln Art Center has been active in the community since 1986. They welcome new exhibits from all kinds of artists including but certainly not limited to painting, photography, fiber art, ceramics, sculpture, installations and woodworking. One of their best attractions is their gift gallery featuring the work of artists and craftsmen from throughout the Midwest. You will find hundreds of hand-made, one-of-a-kind items for sale at modest prices. The Lincoln Art Center is active in their rural community and regional area bringing various arts opportunities to all ages. They host weekly studio nights, art classes for beginners, and a summer art camp for area youth.
They are a valuable asset to Western Kansas and demonstrate how the strength of one business or organization can benefit the entire community. By participating in community events, creating jobs for local residents and helping to grow the economy, the Lincoln Art Center has contributed to the economic growth occurring throughout the region.
Congratulations to the Lincoln Art Center for being nominated to win the wKREDA Tourism/Art/Culture Business of the year. Please visit their website to learn more about the work they are doing in Western Kansas.