Above: Exterior shot of the Lux Art Institute, located at 1550 S El Camino Real, Encinitas, CA 92024.
Art lovers and their families are invited to Lux Art Institute’s Free Saturday on April 17, 2010.
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., guests will enjoy an open house with free admission, studio tours, refreshments and live music by flamenco guitarist Tony Lasley. In the Lux Classroom, kids can also enjoy the opportunity to work on tree sculptures in the style of Lux’s resident artist Robert Lobe.
Lux Liaisons will guide visitors through the studio where they will be able to view resident artist Robert Lobe’s impressive exhibit of metal repoussé sculpture, as well as the metal sculpture that he created during his residency.
Lux, San Diego’s interactive art destination, is dedicated to encouraging the artistic curiosity of guests of all ages. Lux’s programs include the new Kids-in-Residence (in-depth, after-school art classes), “Studio Series” (guest speakers share their perspective about current exhibits through commentary and discussion), Luxcursions (classroom fieldtrips to Lux,) the Valise Project, (portable museums presented to schools throughout San Diego,) Summer Art Camp, Lux@Night and Free Saturday.
Lobe is in-studio at Lux through April 24. His exhibit, as well as metal work completed during his residency, will be on view at Lux through May 22.
Lux Art Institute is located at 1550 South El Camino Real in Encinitas. Parking for Free Saturday is available in the Sanderling-Waldorf School parking lot and in posted parking zones along El Camino Real. Get Directions