Arts in the Community - Application deadline has passed. Winners will be notified in November.
Arts in Education
The Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission thanks you for your interest in 2019-2020 Arts in Education Grants. Teachers of Lafayette schools may apply for a grant to support arts-related projects with local students. Applications are due April 11. Notifications will be sent the last week of school. Checks will be available after the start of school in August 2019.
ision Statement:LCAC works to develop Lafayette as a creative district with a unique cultural arts identity founded on the city’s rich history and progressing into the contemporary cultural climate.
Mission:To promote, nurture and celebrate the visual, performing and language arts in Lafayette by connecting artists, building partnerships, and enhancing and supporting diversity.
We do this by:Providing Resources; Building Capacity; Creating Infrastructure; and Promoting Programming
Goal 1: To support and develop new community capacity for high quality arts and cultural programming.
Goal 2: To increase public infrastructure that enhances the cultural arts identity for Lafayette.
Goal 3: Promote arts and cultural programming to benefit Lafayette citizens and to attract external audience participation to drive visitors and improve livability within the City.
Objective 1: Grow the funding available from the Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission (LCAC) to support local cultural arts efforts.
Objective 2: Build the capacity of local arts, education and cultural organizations to provide quality activities, events, and programming in Lafayette.
Objective 3: Improve infrastructure and enhance cultural arts identity by utilizing both permanent and temporary public art installations.