ABOUT

Edmonds Center of the Arts

Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) opened its doors to the public in 2006. ECA, a non-profit organization hired by the City of Edmonds Public Facilities District, manages the facility. ECA presents an array of outstanding performing artists from around the world, provides space, production management, and technical expertise for a variety of community partners and rental clients, and serves more than 75,000 patrons who enjoy the facility annually.

About - Edmonds Center for the Arts
About - Edmonds Center for the Arts
About - Edmonds Center for the Arts

Refreshing ECA's 5 Year Strategic Plan

Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) opened its doors to the public in 2006. ECA, a non-profit organization hired by the City of Edmonds Public Facilities District, manages the facility. ECA presents an array of outstanding performing artists from around the world, provides space, production management, and technical expertise for a variety of community partners and rental clients, and serves more than 75,000 patrons who enjoy the facility annually.

Vision

A vibrant Community in which the performing arts are woven into our daily lives and valued for their power to entertain, educate, and inspire.

Land Acknowledgement

Edmonds Center for the Arts is grateful to host our performances and programs on the culture-rich indigenous lands of the Coast Salish people. On behalf of our staff, Boards and volunteers, we are committed to working with local tribes to acknowledge and honor their ancestral lands.

Mission

To celebrate the performing arts, strengthen and inspire our community and steward the development and creative use of the ECA campus.

Values

  • Creativity
  • Quality
  • Partnership
  • Service
  • Diversity
  • Stewardship
  • Transparency
  • Accountability

Additionally, 5 key focal points were determined:

  • Arts programming and outreach
  • Funding and finances
  • Facility maintenance and capital improvements
  • Facility redevelopment planning
  • Governance and organizational capacity