Q: When the Art Van goes to schools or private parties, do the activities take place inside the actual van?
A: No they do not. The LUX Art van travels to low-income schools, St. Elizabeths, Youth Services center and so many more places with all of the supplies that are necessary for that certain class, workshop or activity. The space provided to us is the space that we use to carry out our lesson plans or activities.
Q: How does my business or corporation sponsor an upcoming exhibition, special event, or the education programming?
A: Any person, corporation, business, etc. can sponsor any upcoming exhibition by contacting either Whitney Lee Perry or Jo Ann Emerson. They will be able to provide you with all of the information and specifics that you may need.
Q: How can I become more involved with the LUX? Are there specific requirements?
A: There are numerous ways you can get involved with the LUX. As a not-for-profit we are always excepting volunteer applications that can be dropped by the LUX or emailed to Susan Stark-Johnson. If you are interested in becoming a board member and helping the LUX fulfill its mission you can contact Jo Ann Emerson. If you would like to become a member we would love to have you on board with us, please contact Whitney Lee Perry.
Q: Does it cost money to come in and look at the artwork?
A: LUX Center for the Arts is always free and open to the public. Our hours are located on the right hand side of our website and you can stop by anytime and enjoy the many works we have on display in both our galleries and our gift shop. First Fridays are always a big event for us at the LUX because you can come in between 5-8pm and enjoy the new shows that we have in our Folsom or West galleries, chat with other appreciators of the art as well as have beverages and snacks while you walk around.