Luce Foundation Center for American Art
Activities and Programs
The Luce Foundation Center for American Art, an innovative study center and visible art storage facility, displays more than 3,000 artworks from the museum’s permanent collection in a three-story space. Through free public programs and social media, the Luce Center brings the museum’s collection to you. The Center is located on the third floor of the museum, so be sure to plan enough time during your visit to explore!
Free public WiFi internet access is available in the Luce Foundation Center during museum hours. A limited number of electrical outlets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Delve into the local arts scene! The Center’s Luce Local Artists Series invites bands as well visual artists and designers from the DMV to showcase their talents.
On selected Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, enjoy complimentary coffee and tea during a tour, talk, or musical performance, and explore more than 3,000 objects on display in the Luce Foundation Center.
Bring a pad and pencil and your imagination to the Luce Foundation Center every Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. to join a brief instructional session and sketch works of art on display.
Enjoy the Luce Center’s pairing of the visual arts and music by Washington, D.C.-area musicians with the Museum’s unique version of the mix tape.
Follow the Luce Foundation Center on Tumblr! We’ll highlight pieces from the collections, museum programs, neighborhood events and art news. Feel free to ask us a question or leave a comment!
Be a citizen curator and help us fill the spaces in our Luce Foundation Center cases!
See the results of our hackathon to reimagine the digital interpretation in the Luce Foundation Center.
Selected artist videos are shown daily and are also available online via YouTube.