After several years without its own building, in 1958 Riga Technical School of Culture and Education Employees was granted building in Bruņinieku Street 57 – it is the same building where is placed the successor of Riga Technical School – LCC. Since 1962 changed requirements for admission – it varied in accordance with study department, nevertheless it was 7 or 8 years study at elementary school or secondary education.
During the 70’s and 80’s in Riga Technical School of Culture and Education Employees students could gain diploma leaders (directors) of dance and amateur groups and collectives, leaders of wind orchestra, there was also cinema – photo department.
In 1999 was framed new study program that allow students to gain Culture manage specialization.
In 2002 Latvian Culture School was reorganized into Latvian College of Culture that became one of the first colleges founded by the Latvian Cabinet of Ministers – higher education institution that offers first level professional higher education.
Since 1 January, 2012 Latvian College of Culture has become an agency of Latvian Academy of Culture with the full name – Latvian College of Culture at the Latvian Academy of Culture.