Community Programs

The LSU Museum of Art creates meaningful experiences in our larger Baton Rouge community through programs that make a difference in the lives of children, youth and families. Our programs inspire creativity, foster positive peer relationships, and harness the power of art as a tool for self-expression.


Neighborhood Arts Project

In 2012, the LSU Museum of Art developed the Neighborhood Arts Project, or NAP, a free art outreach program for under-resourced areas with a high density of children, youth and families, who do not attend summer camps or participate in afterschool or weekend programs.


Art & Alzheimer's tour at LSU Museum of Art

Art & Alzheimer's Art Tours

A program in partnership with Laura Larsen designed for those with memory impairment and their caregivers/loved ones. 

For more information, contact Museum Educator Grant Benoit at gbenoit1@lsu.edu or 225-389-7207.