JN Long Cultural Arts Complex 

a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization 

Mission: to enhance the quality of life in Cleburne and Johnson County 

by building a strong Cultural Arts Community and increasing public awareness of the arts.

JN Long Cultural Arts Complex

Our Story

Founded as Cleburne Friends of the Cultural Arts (CFCA) in 2011, the ambition has always been
to provide a space for artists and art groups to meet and make the arts available to the community.
Ten Years Later, most of the founding groups are still members.
In 2014 CFCA became the sole owners of the former JN Long Elementary School.
Now known as the JN Long Cultural Arts Complex the main building was erected in 1915.
The community can enjoy the many art Shows and contest in two art galleries, visit the museums or join a club.
Celebrating our 10th year all our volunteers look forward to continuing to share the arts with Cleburne and Johnson County.
 
Open to All Artist 18+ 
Open to All Artist 18+ 
Artwork must be received on November 12th or 13th. No late entries will be accepted.

Please read the prospectus and follow all rules. 

 
 

Art washes away from the soul the dust of every day life.

Picasso
 
On Guidestar 
On Guidestar 
Our organization earned a 2021 Silver Seal of Transparency! Now, everyone can learnmore about our programs and areas served and find us on social media. Check out ourupdated #NonprofitProfile on Candid:
<p>Proud members of the Cleburne Chamber of commerce.</p>
We are proud members of the Cleburne chamber of commerce.
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Our programs are supported in part by a Relief Grant from Humanities Texas.
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