LUX organises a number of educational initiatives to support the study of artists moving image work.
LUX is a partner in a number of academic research initiatives as well as PhD programmes with King’s College London and Reading University.
Please contact us for more information.
LUX organises regular courses and dedicated study-days exploring critical histories of artists’ moving image practice from different perspectives.
LUX organises and presents talks, artists’ workshops and screenings for schools and higher education institutions on all aspects of artists’ moving image practice nationwide, we can also host small groups of up to 25 students at the LUX offices.
Please contact our education department to discuss your requirements.
LUX is currently associated with a distinctive Masters level degree in London, which involve direct contact with LUX staff and public programme, research access to the LUX collection and workshops and classes lead by LUX.
DUE TO COVID-19 THE LUX LIBRARY IS CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
LUX offers onsite viewing of its collection which is available Wednesday – Friday 12pm – 5pm during exhibition opening times. Please note that not all works are available to view at short notice. We also have a library of books, catalogues and journals on artists’ moving image which can be consulted onsite.
The full LUX Library catalogue can be found online, at libib.
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