Drawing on more than 50 years of experience operating the world’s most prominent performing arts complex, we work closely with government, corporate, institutional, and philanthropic leaders worldwide to guide the process of planning and managing world-class arts facilities and cultural districts that can support dynamic international cultural exchange.
A creative, well-informed, and galvanized staff is the key to success for any ambitious project. That’s why we offer Lincoln Center University, customized arts management training intensives and workshops for executives, leaders, and funders of arts and cultural institutions.
Lincoln Center Education (LCE) engages in long-term, customized, arts-based partnerships designed to cultivate critical thinking in schools and cultural organizations. Through LCE’s Teaching Artist and Teacher Training programs, artists, teachers, and administrators of schools and cultural institutions learn how to use LCE’s approach to inspire collaboration, curiosity, and creativity.
The Lincoln Center Global Exchange is a conference that brings art to the center of international discourse by convening a community of distinguished thought leaders and change agents to spur innovation and propel social impact through art. Past Global Exchange themes have explored the intersections of Art and Conflict, Art and the Environment, Art and Cities, Art and the Brain, and Art and Education.