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Lincoln Center is holding on to the important role the arts play in our lives, especially in this time of heightened anxiety and vigilance. Your support will play a part in helping Lincoln Center share the world’s greatest arts with the widest possible audiences:

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General Support

Our Lincoln Center At Home website continues to use performing arts as an agency to reflect, educate, and celebrate the lives of our community, now serving over 1 million audiences, teachers, and families around the globe. These are some of many ways Lincoln Center is re-imagining itself to meet the moment. It is also part of our commitment to dismantling structures that foster inequity and replacing them with ones that promote true inclusivity.

Lincoln Center Education

Lincoln Center Education (LCE) is the educational cornerstone of Lincoln Center with a presence in 220 New York public schools. LCE enriches the lives of students, educators, and lifelong learners through opportunities for engagement with the highest-quality arts on the stage, in the classroom, online, and in the community. It offers unparalleled school and community partnerships, professional development workshops, consulting services, and its own repertory. Spanning four decades, LCE’s work has reached more than 20 million students, educators, administrators, parents, community members, teaching artists, and artists within and beyond NYC.

Accessibility

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is committed to providing access to the greatest achievements in the performing arts for guests with disabilities through exceptional guest care, physical and programmatic accommodations, and leadership in accessibility and inclusion. In addition to production of Braille and large print programs at performances across campus, adapted tours with American Sign Language and verbal description, and a variety of accommodations, Accessibility at Lincoln Center produces Lincoln Center Moments, a performance-based program for individuals with dementia and caregivers, Passport to the Arts, a free and supportive introduction to the arts for children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families, and Access Ambassadors, a job training program for high school students with developmental disabilities.

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Donate today to help us share the world’s greatest arts with the widest possible audiences.

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Connect With Us

Development Office:
Rachel Winkler
rwinkler@lincolncenter.org