supporting and stimulating our community through the arts
Business & Community Partners
The Arts Council of Lincoln County thanks these partners for primary funding:
North Carolina Arts Council
NC Arts Council is a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.
Arts Council of Lincoln County
We are located in the Lincoln Cultural Center at 403 East Main Street
in Lincolnton, North Carolina.
Post Office Box 45 l Lincolnton, North Carolina 28093
© 2015 Arts Council of Lincoln County. All rights reserved.
Calendar of Events
2015 Senior Showcase
March 3-27, 2015 - Opening Reception: Tuesday March 3, 2014 @ 10am
The Arts Council of Lincoln County and Lincoln County Senior Services will showcase local senior clay art. Work will be exhibited at the Lincoln Cultural Center. Reception sponsored by Healthy @Home
Robinson-Lineberger Literary Competition & Awards
April 21, 2015 – Student Awards Presentation @ 7-8:30pm,
April 24, 2015- Adult Awards Presentation
The Robinson-Lineberger Literary Competition provides cash awards for poetry and prose writers are past or present Lincoln County residents. Categories: adult, high school, middle school, and elementary school students. Sponsored by the ACLC, Lincoln County Schools, the Flo Robinson Estate, and the Robert Lineberger Estate.
Kiser Camera Club Gallery Show
Display: April 17- April 30, 2015 - Opening Reception: Thursday April 16, 4-6pm
Students from Kiser Intermediate School Camera Club will display their works in the galleries of the Lincoln Cultural Center. Reception will be hosted in the galleries of Lincoln Cultural Center, 403 East Main Street, Lincolnton. For information call 704 732-9044
114 East Main Street, Lincolnton, NC 28902
115 West Main Street, Lincolnton, NC 28093
P.O. Box 400, LIncolnton, NC 28093
Contact: Shelly Johnston
32th Annual RobinsonLineberger Literary Competition
The Arts Council of Lincoln County is holding its annual RobinsonLineberger Literary Competition. The trustees of Mrs. Flo Robinson's estate established this competition to memorialize her lifelong interest in poetry and prose and to encourage writers to pursue excellence in their craft. The Robert Lineberger estate has added its support to ensure that this tradition continues to give a voice to so many members of the Lincoln County community.
Poetry Entries: one per person, on any subject, in any style, free verse, blank verse, or rhymed should be limited to 32
lines or less.
Prose Entries: one per person, an essay or short story on any subject, limited to approximately 750 words. Entries in prose and poetry must be titled, original, unpublished, and must never have won a cash award before.
The competition is open to students in public schools, private schools, and to adults. All entrants must be present or
past residents of Lincoln County. Student entries must come through the school and not be delivered individually to the Lincoln County Schools central office or the Arts Council of Lincoln County. For more information: LINK
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