Sign up for invitations to informal meet ups at museums and galleries in the Bay Area. Oh and get a free downloadable SF Culture Passport to entice your whole family to explore the cultural highlights of San Francisco. Want a private tour? Interested in working with or for us ? Get in touch: info@alittleculture.
What we do:
A Little Culture aims to give busy parents, who love travel and culture, the tools to share and expand these experiences with their children. We do this through our own family of products and by working in partnership with educators and arts institutions to create innovative ways to connect with families.
Our passionate artists, teachers, writers, broadcasters, illustrators and production teams work to create innovative art education products that make any "day out at the museum" feel positive, easy and rewarding. We work with families and art organizations to build bridges through events, digital content and educational resources. Check out FOR-SITE's current exhibition Sanctuary to sample our latest work in the format of an immersive art curriculum for schools and families.
Lucie is an art educator, curator, writer and cultural historian. She is passionate about making art accessible to all and believes in art and culture as a way of exploring identity and civic duty. She brings this belief directly into her workshops, tours and educational products by encouraging self-reflection as part of the process of connecting with and sharing an experience of looking at art.
Lucie has worked for museums, public art organizations and art festivals around the world. She is a specialist in Chinese Contemporary Art and opened a gallery in Beijing, China in 2000. A Little Culture was born in 2009, the year that her third child was born in London. Her first events were Culturebaby museum tours for small groups of parents with babes in arms. This vibrant community of hungry parents grew (and some nice museums built toddler programs around their needs). Today, A Little Culture continues to build on this foundation of offering something stimulating to both the parent and the child through tours, classes, workshops and educational products that inspire friends and families to discover art together.