Mission Statement:

The North Central Louisiana Arts Council, believing that the visual, performing and literary arts are a necessary enhancement for all individuals, seeks to enrich the region by fostering opportunities for creative expression; to establish a strong presence of the arts wherein the artists, arts organizations and community can thrive; and to share our diverse cultural heritage, celebrating not just who we are, but what we can become. The North Central Louisiana Arts Council serves the five parishes of Lincoln, Bienville, Claiborne, Jackson, and Union.

Recent Posts: NCLAC's Blog

Art Talk Monday: It’s Summer Arts Camp Time!

This week’s Art Talk Monday is from Jessica Slaughter, NCLAC Executive Director. NCLAC is excited for the upcoming summer months, because summer equals art camps! For over twenty years we have been offering art camps in our region, with talented … Continue reading

Marc Broussard to be Featured at JAZZLAND in Ruston

From our friends at the Boys and Girls Club of North Louisiana. This will be a great concert, so mark your calendars for May 9. Ticket purchasing details are found below: The Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls … Continue reading

Main Street Exchange Will Have Art Opening Thursday Night

Main Street Exchange: thoughtfully created, thoughtfully chosen, thoughtfully benefiting a greater good Main Street Exchange Occasional Shop is a unique place for treasure hunting. They have a carefully selected assortment of furniture and home decor items, as well as earth-friendly products. … Continue reading

Wildwood Express Is Saturday!

This week’s Art Talk Monday is by John Emory, Jr., Programming Director for the Dixie Center for the Arts. One of our biggest Dixie Center events is right around the corner.  On Saturday, April 12, the ninth annual Joe Woods … Continue reading

All Because of Agatha

  RCT Unveils Witchy Comedy All Because of Agatha By Hilary Hileman Ruston Community Theatre’s next production, the witty comedy All Because of Agatha, written by playwright Jonathan Troy, will debut at The Dixie Center for the Arts on May 1st … Continue reading

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