Lucinda Luvaas

Lucinda Luvaas was born in NYC, and has studied at New York University, New School for Social Research, Art Student’s League, and New York Studio School. Active in the arts from a young age, Luvaas spent summers building sets and acting in theatre productions. Luvaas has taught at UCSD, National University, Learning Through and Expanded Arts Program, NYC, Teachers and Writers Collaborative, NYC, and was the Director and Curator of Mt. San Jacinto College’s Fine Art Gallery in San Jacinto, California, for 9 years. While there, she brought a series of public programming to the gallery, including a reading series featuring well-known authors from across the country, a concert series, a weekly film series, and artist talks, among other events. Her fine art and video works have been shown throughout the US and abroad at film festivals, museums, galleries, and non-profit spaces. Luvaas is represented by Walter Wickiser Gallery,, and ArtSpace Warehouse, Los Angeles. opens in a new window