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We are an arts promoter that empowers communities, to conserve the cultural and artistic energy and improve livelihoods thru arts.

We strive for a better understanding of arts as a discipline, empowering the artist and communities by providing dynamic experiences with art and culture in the diverse community of Sugar Land, TX.

Stay open-minded

Go out there and discover what those things are.

Lend a hand

Ever feel like you need some help? We do, too. 

Protect the Earth

Together, we can all make a positive impact on the world!

Support the arts

If we don’t support the arts, no one will do it for us.

The arts are vital to the community

Stay optimistic

Don’t let your situation get you down.

Work together

We have a mission: to get more people around the world to work together for the arts.

Work from love

Now, over a decade later, we're still working from love.

Be an open book

We are a community organization that is fully transparent and accountable in everything we do.

Supporting the culture
Loving and promoting the arts

The Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation (SLCAF) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that exists to:

- Promote the cultural, performing, and visual arts in Sugar Land.
- Preserve, renovate, and restore historic Sugar Land Auditorium to the cultural arts center it once was in the community.

Founded in 1999, the SLCAF formalized a community grassroots effort to restore historic Sugar Land Auditorium. Built in 1918 by the Imperial Sugar Company, Sugar Land Auditorium is the oldest public building in Sugar Land. It once served as the site for all important community events, including graduations, plays, church services, dances, recitals, band concerts, and silent movies. The historic building is located adjacent to Lakeview Elementary School, at 226 Lakeview Drive, at the intersection of Lakeview Drive and Wood Street.

To-date, the interior of the 394-seat auditorium has been fully restored and upgraded with air conditioning and state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment. Phase 2 restoration included the repair and restoration of the exterior of the historic landmark, the construction of dressing rooms, a green room, storage areas and loading dock as well as restoring the historic rooftop balustrade.

Phase 3 includes patron restroom facilities, recreation of the historical covered pergola, and finishing touches on the interior of the building, as well as the exterior. The SLCAF is responsible for all fundraising efforts and oversees the restoration work and rental of Sugar Land Auditorium.

Our mission for diversity, inclusion, and growth

Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation celebrates and supports the unique voices of our community. Based on our belief in the unifying power of the arts, Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation commits to championing policies and practices of cultural equity that create a climate of inclusion. We understand that all members of our community offer distinct life experiences, cultural backgrounds, ideas and interpretations. These diverse perspectives foster creativity, innovation, and economic growth.

Meet the team of people making it happen.

Our leaders set our direction, goals and 
strategies, and support nearly 500 team members 
working in the City of Sugar Land.

Tim Stubenrouch
Adrienne Barker
James Drew
Natalie Lerner
Cindy Sutton
Charles “Chip” Sutton
Stacy Borgfeldt
Sharon Galvan
Michael T Madden
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Donna Molho
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Beth Wolf
Ray Glath
Apurva Parikh
Bridget Yeung
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Lindsay Davis
Janette Lapus
Ruth Stubenrouch
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We invest in a better tomorrow for the arts and all its people.


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LET’S Take action now 
to support the arts.


Sugar Land Arts Fest 2k22 

Built in 1918 by the Imperial Sugar Company, Sugar Land Auditorium is the oldest public building in Sugar Land. The historic building is located adjacent to Lakeview Elementary…

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