Lux needs you and your passion for contemporary art. The incredible support of community supporters and local volunteers makes it possible for us to sustain the programs that connect art lovers with art and artists. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Liaisons are vitally important to the visitor experience at Lux. Liaisons serve as the link between Lux’s artist-in-residence and the public by conducting studio tours, facilitating dialogue between visitors and the artist, and assisting with onsite workshops.
Lux welcomes lifelong learners from all stages of life – college students, recent graduates, working professionals, stay-at-home parents, retirees – who seek a volunteer opportunity that offers exposure to world-renowned art and artists.
If interested, please email email@example.com
Lux Art Institute’s internship program provides high school, college, and graduate students with in-depth training and valuable work experience in an intimate non-profit museum environment. Student interns support designated departments of the organization and gain valuable exposure to diverse aspects of museum administration. While at Lux, student interns are mentored by Lux staff and participate directly in the development and implementation of Lux programming.
If interested, please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always looking for donated materials and found objects to use in our inventive and environmentally friendly youth art projects. Before you throw away wood and metal scraps, fabric, buttons, frames and anything else that might just thrive in a second life as part of an art piece, think of Lux! Or if you have business contacts, see if they will start saving their scrap material for us. Click here to see what materials we are currently seeking.
Light-weight metal scraps – watch parts are ideal
Ribbon, yarn, string
Outdoor activity equipment – balls, hula hoops
Games – jacks, cards, puzzles
Hand towels or tea towels
Event equipment – pop-up tents, folding tables, dollies/hand trucks
Step stools and small ladders
Wallpaper sample books, other design samples
Maps or Atlases
Bottle caps, bread ties
Small ceramic pieces
Artificial flowers, leaves, fruit
Interesting still life objects
Crepe paper and tissue paper
Small game and toy parts, cards, bingo and poker chips, dominoes, scrabble letters
Plastic bins or containers – small or large, with lid
Mason jars or other containers for holding pens and paintbrushes
Old digital cameras in working condition
Trunks or toy chests
Empty tennis ball containers
Art tools (scissors, rulers, hot glue pens, wire cutters, pencil sharpeners)
Art supplies (pencils, colored pencils, markers, bulk papers)
Lux is always looking for donations of the following items:
Digital SLR cameras (video capable preferred)
SD memory cards
Adobe Creative Suite software