With a mission to create accessible entry points to the collection for all audiences, education is at the heart of the Lucas Museum. The Education department designs impactful and innovative programming that inspires creativity, enhances the public’s understanding of narrative art, and creates new opportunities for connections with each other.
Although the museum is still under construction, the Education team has already begun developing and providing education programming in the surrounding community.
You can view information on past programs including our Draw Your Power comic art program, Through the Lens filmmaking workshop, Family Art Day at Leimert Park, Lucas Nights: The Art of the Card - Tarot and Lotería, and a film program that featured screenings of The Wiz and Do the Right Thing
- The Storybook, 1921
Educational programs at the Lucas Museum will be designed for people of all ages and will include:
- School visit programs
- Student internships
- Educator programs and classroom resources
- Guided gallery tours tailored for different visitor needs
- Website and digital learning experiences
- Pre-screening talks and film screenings
- Exhibition-related workshops and programs
- Talks, lectures, panel discussions, and symposia
- Film and media arts workshops
- Programs for visitors with disabilities and alternative learning styles
- Family days and festivals
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