The Luminary Residency applications are now open and due Tuesday, September 1 for all 2016 residencies.Read More
Latest Blog Posts
“The end of the human race will be that it will eventually die of civilisation.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Temporary Art Review
Continuing our feature on Art and Feminism, Jordan Sarti considers Kate Durbin's online performances, the work of being watched and economies of the body.Read More
Rob Goyanes reviews Poem: Videos, a multi-channel poetry video installation from Antonia Wright at the Screening Room, Miami.Read More
The Cherokee Street Reach Art Camp is a free week-long art camp for Cherokee neighborhood youth ages 7-13. The camp is designed to empower children and encourage them to explore their own identity and their surroundings through art and experiential learning. The Camp presents a Community Festival on Friday, August 7 from 11:00–4:00 pm that's free and open to the public.
The Luminary's musician-led project series, LAB, returns Friday, August 28 with Last in The American League. Tickets are $5 dos / adv.Doors at 8:00 pm, show 9:00 pm. Buy tickets here.