Entries by Cherie Wheeler

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Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Completes Bridge to the Future Renovation Project

The Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation, the non-profit organization that owns and operates Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC), has completed its $11.4M multi-phase Bridge to the Future renovation project, resulting in major physical upgrades to the 44-year-old facility that improves the patron experience and increases its accessibility, safety, and security. “We are thrilled to […]

LBC announces $1 Million commitment from Joan and Mack Schwing, completing the Bridge to the Future renovation project

The Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation, the non-profit organization that owns and operates Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC), today announced a $1 million commitment from Joan and Mack Schwing —long-time LBC supporters—for the multi-phase Bridge to the Future renovation project. Their gift completes the $11.5 million needed and is well-timed as the scope of […]

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Grand Reopening of Sculpture Garden Following October 2017 Wildfires

NEW EXHIBITION HARMONIES: KATI CASIDA, CATHERINE DALEY, AND JANN NUNN SHOWCASES WORKS OF BAY AREA ARTISTS OPENING THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC) announced today that it will reopen its outdoor Sculpture Garden Thursday, September 13, 2018 with Harmonies, an exhibition featuring works by Bay Area artists Kati Casida, Catherine Daley, […]

Your LBC Now Open

#YourLBC is now open We look forward to seeing you! Performances resume on Thursday, November 9. Check our events page for upcoming shows. Our doors are open to the community and we are back presenting performances and events. Reminder that there were some shows that had to be cancelled during the recent fires. These include: […]

LBC Reopens Today! Special Offer

Find Solace in the Arts Your LBC reopens today, Monday, November 6 and we look forward to welcoming you back! The Board, staff and volunteers at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts are looking forward to the Center reopening its doors on November 6. YourLBC has been an integral part of this community for over […]

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Major Facility Changes begin June 2017

The Board of Directors of the non-profit Luther Burbank Memorial Foundation, which owns and operates Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (“the Center”), announced it is making additional improvements to the facility, as a continuation of the Bridge to the Future project. The plans will increase accessibility and improve the patron experience in the main […]

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LBC Included in Sonoma County’s Upstream Investments Policy

  LUTHER BURBANK CENTER FOR THE ARTS RECOGNIZED AS FIRST ARTS ORGANIZATION TO BE INCLUDED IN SONOMA COUNTY’S UPSTREAM INVESTMENTS POLICY THE CENTER’S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: ARTS INTEGRATION TOOLS FOR TEACHERS PROGRAM TO BE INCLUDED IN PORTFOLIO OF MODEL UPSTREAM PROGRAMS Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (The Center) has been recognized as the first arts […]

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New Sculpture Garden to Open in June

  Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Announces New Outdoor Sculpture Garden Featuring Monumental Art Pieces By Contemporary Regional Artists   Inaugural exhibit “Root 101” showcases works by highly acclaimed local artist Bruce Johnson Opens to the Public June 6, 2015–Free and Accessible to the Community SANTA ROSA, CA (April 9, 2015) –Luther Burbank Center […]

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Read the latest coverage of our renovation

  Read the latest coverage on the renovation and re-opening of our 1600-seat Ruth Finley Person Theater, and visit our blog to look back at the renovation: SF Chronicle (August 15, 2013): Renovated Luther Burbank Center for the Arts reopens Press Democrat (August 15, 2013): Lady Patti LaBelle: Singer, author, actress brings her powerful voice […]

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30 years and growing!

It’s been a great year for the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts and we couldn’t have done it without your support–Thank you Sonoma County and beyond!  And now, on to the next 30 years! To read the article in the Press Democrat, click here.

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