K-8 students experience creativity in action with a field trip to Lux Art Institute. Each Luxcursion includes a docent-led tour through the artist’s studio, exhibition areas, sculptural installations, and native landscape of the Lux grounds. Following the tour, students take part in a hands-on art project related to current exhibition(s).
Luxcursions are available:
Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
Lux can host a maximum of 32 students per school group.
Cost: $8 per student or $5 per student for Title 1 or Head Start Program
Sample Luxcursion Schedule
9:00–9:20: Introduction and site tour with Lux Liaison
9:20–9:40: Studio tour
9:40–11:00: Hands-on art project
Please call for rates at 760.436.6611. Discount rates for Title 1 or Head Start Programs.
Keep art alive in San Diego public schools. Sponsor a Luxcursion tour. Contact Carla Roemer at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Bring an interactive art experience into your classroom! Each valise is a portable work of art that provides students a complete experience – from seeing, discussing, and touching the art to creating works of their own. With curricular connections to math, language arts, social studies and science, The Valise Project offers a powerful interdisciplinary learning opportunity.
A Lux teacher will bring a valise to your classroom and lead an interactive 2-hour session that includes a project focused on the valise. Before the visit, you will receive a teaching guide with suggestions for incorporating The Valise Project into appropriate grade-level curricula.
Call for rates. Multiple presentations offered at a discounted rate. Or contact Erick Perez at email@example.com. We kindly request that you schedule presentations at least one month in advance.
Valise programs are also available for senior centers and community organizations.
The Valise Project is graciously supported by Coastal Community Foundation, an organization that provides substantial grant funding to instructors across North County San Diego. Additional support comes from the David T. and Dorris E. Staples Foundation, the Carlsbad Education Foundation, and the Nordson Corporation Foundation.
Bring your class for an interactive tour that includes a 45-minute docent-led exploration of the artist studio for high school and college groups. Students have the opportunity to meet the artist-in-residence during residency periods or to sketch in the studio during non-residency times.
When: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday mornings; Open hours on Thursdays or by appointment during non-residency periods.
Join us for a free preview of Lux education programs and teacher resources while enjoying complimentary food and drinks in our courtyard garden. Explore cross-curricular learning opportunities with current Artist in Residence Lia Halloran, whose art explores how art and science push and innovate the understanding of the other. View all the portable works of art in our Valise Program, tour our current exhibit and discover the artists and projects lined up for Season 12.
September 13, 2018
Free for educators.