2005 — LACC is renamed LexArts. As this new entity, LexArts is dedicated to contributing to and expanding the Lexington arts community, as well as promoting artist events all across the Lexington-Fayette area.
2003 — Dynamic Doors: Portals to Creativity Artists, school groups and community organizations transformed doors from the raised Bluegrass/Aspendale housing project into works of art displayed throughout the city. LACC launches Distinguished Speakers Series. A Night for the Arts expands to Arts Showcase Weekend.
2002 — LACC undertakes management of the new Downtown Arts Center. Dee (Peretz) Fizdale retires after 23 years of service. James M. Clark hired as LACC's new President & CEO.
2001 — Horse Mania auction raises $758,688 for local charities, enabling the Public Art Fund to be established by LACC. Eighty charities received more than $350,000.
2000 — Horse Mania, a community-wide public art project, presented by LACC.
1999 — Mrs. Lucille C. Little provides Endowment Challenge.
1996 — LACC secures an endowment from Mrs. Lucille C. Little and establishes a separate endowment with the Bluegrass Community Foundation.
1994 - present — Downtown Gallery Hop program initiated and coordinated by LACC
1992 — First annual "A Night for the Arts" showcase at the Opera House in Lexington.
1991 — Apollo Awards initiated, major awards to businesses and individuals.
1989 — Merger of the Lexington Council of the Arts and the Fund for the Arts forms the Lexington Arts & Cultural Council (LACC).
1988 — NEA Local Government Incentive Grant results in LFUCG's $250,000 support of the annual Campaign for the Arts.
1987 — Leadership involvement in the development of magnet schools, including the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA), in the Fayette County Public Schools.
1985 - 2003 — Over $13 million raised to support the operations of Beneficiary Organizations, offering programs and services to artists, arts organizations and the community.
1984 — Fund for the Arts (United Arts Fund) is established.
1984 - 2003 — Art á la Carte and Gallery Exhibitions employ local artists of all disciplines.
1980 - 1983 — Renovation of ArtsPlace into a major community arts center - $1.4 Million raised.
1978 - 1979 — Leadership involvement in the development and implementation of the Arts in Basic Education Program in the Fayette County Public School system.
1972 - 2007 — created and produced ArtScene, a monthly calendar for the arts
1972 — 21 arts and arts related organizations form the Lexington Council of the Arts