In compliance with CDC ruling regarding COVID-19 Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History and Community Education offices and galleries will be closed to the public through May 8, or until further notice.
Community Education (CE) is dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals through distinctive service and exceptional programs. CE is a department under the Office of the Provost. We offer accessible lifelong learning courses year-round with a variety of delivery methods. Courses are available throughout the LC Valley, and through the outreach locations in Orofino and Grangeville. Courses range in subject and include topics in art, technology, dance, personal finances, health, and educational tours of the surrounding areas. Some courses qualify for continuing education units. Other educational opportunities we provide include the Women's Leadership Conference, Silverthorne Artist's Series, Road Scholar programs and Kids College.
CE is also the coordinating department for popular LC Valley events Dogwood Festival of the Lewis-Clark Valley, Art Under the Elms, and the Dogwood Show & Shine.
The CE office is located in the heart of beautiful downtown Lewiston on the second floor of the historic Center for Arts & History building at 415 Main Street. Visitors are encouraged during hours of operation, 8AM-5PM Monday through Friday during the regular school year. We can also be reached by phone at 208-792-2447 or by email at email@example.com.
LCSC Kids' College is a short-format, educational summer program offered to youth ages six through fifteen. Kids' College strives to offer a variety of high-quality, fun, educational classes to youth in the LC Valley each summer.Find out more!
The Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History is located in the heart of historic downtown Lewiston, Idaho. The Mission of the LCSC Center for Arts & History is to connect campus to community and the world through education and experiences in arts, culture, and the humanities.Find Out More!