At the heart of Lux’s mission is the month-long residency program, which invites artists to live and work at the institute while they develop new projects. The artists who reside at Lux are recognized nationally and internationally, and draw on a wide variety of styles and themes, from 15th-century Dutch still-lifes, to Haitian folklore, to traditional Chinese imagery meets psychedelic pop culture. Lux is proud to share their work with scholars, art patrons and a regional and national audience.
Lux is thrilled to partner with accomplished local artists who bring their creativity and their talent to the Education Pavilion. Visiting artists both exhibit in the Linda Formo Brandes Gallery in the Education Pavilion and teach a variety of classes ranging from painting, to bookmaking, to jewelry design. Course offerings change throughout the year, as different artists bring their expertise to Lux.