Discover a variety of classes taught by accomplished local artists who are excited to share their expertise with young people. Classes usually meet for four consecutive weeks and class themes and techniques vary widely, from portraiture to jewelry making.
Lux’s in-depth, after-school art program for young artists ages 5-12 gives kids the opportunity to interact deeply and playfully with work by the current artist-in-residence. Each four-week session corresponds to the Lux residency schedule and is based on the ideas, style, and technique of the artist residing at Lux.
Working with the education staff's teaching artists and inspired by trends in contemporary art, students will work on a variety of art projects both independently and collaboratively as part of the camp program. Projects will include drawing, painting and sculpture. Space is limited. Be sure to register early!
Ages 7-12. Join our first artist-in-residence Lia Halloran for a fun and engaging 2-hour workshop. Lia creates cyanotypes that commemorate and empower women's contributions to science. Discussion of her fascinating process and inspiration will be paired with a hands-on cyanotype art project using images from photographic glass negatives from Harvard Observatory. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER MORE >