Originally from Montréal, Lux moved to Atlantic Canada in 2012 to complete an Interdisciplinary BFA at NSCAD University. She received Talent Trust scholarships in interdisciplinary visual arts to assist with her studies in 2016.
Lux was a participant in Craft Nova Scotia’s Craft LAIR, an eight-week community focused local artist in residence program in 2015, and was a mentee in the 2017-18 Visual Arts Nova Scotia Mentorship Program.
She employs tactile craft processes in her work as she explores their highly political nature as a domestic, feminine and often undervalued form of production.
|Details of work by Lux Habrich from CONVERSATIONS: the VANS Mentorship Program exhibition|
The CFAT scholarship program is an intensive six months of education and mentorship for artists who will make a media art piece in a medium where they have little to no experience. Artists will learn new art-making skills during the program, and are responsible to complete their projects by the program deadline.
To learn more about Lux, visit her website at luxhabrich.com.