The Lea County Commission for the Arts, Located at the Center for the Arts in downtown Hobbs, is a growing, non-profit, member supported, organization that exists to provide you with information about visual, performing, live music, and the literary arts. The LCCA supports Southwest Symphony, the Hobbs Community Players, Llano Estacado Art Association, Western Heritage Museum, Lea County Museum, and the Center for the Arts.​


The mission of the Lea County Commission for the Arts is to provide leadership, vision, and support to ensure the availability and diversity of the arts in Lea County. The objective of the commission is to support excellence in the further development of the visual, literary and performing arts in Lea County.

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LCCA Officers:

President - Joyce Walker

Treasurer - Paulie Gladden

Secretary - Christene Mitchell


Directors:

Robert Schumacher, Paul Newey, Ashley Bertschinger, Bryan Cross, Jean Peter, Monica Cervantes, Gabrielle Payne and Triffney Leik


Program Director:

Douglas Levy



The Center for the Arts holds a monthly board meeting every second Monday at 6:15pm of each month. These meetings are held at The Center for the Arts and are open to its members and to the public.