Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) is an arts presenter, advocate and service provider to artists and arts groups throughout Lower Manhattan. LMCC was founded by David Rockefeller and other business and civic leaders in 1973. Today it is Manhattan’s largest arts council, bringing cultural experiences to new audiences in unexpected ways and serving as a gateway to culture, information and resources across the borough.
LMCC offers innovative temporary studio space for artists, funding and training opportunities for artists and art groups, and a calendar of free cultural programming. Events are held at venues all over Lower Manhattan, though many programs are held at Building 110 Art Space on Governors Island.
- Disability Access
Building 110 Art Space on Governors Island is wheelchair accessible; contact LMCC for disability access information about other downtown venues.