Lux Edu Pavillion Breaks Ground
Last week, interior design pro Anne Sneed and Lux Art Institute founding director Reesey Shaw helped break ground for the institute's new education pavilion. Flanking them: Anne Sneed Architectural Interiors' Todd Brown (who looks like he's ready to tear down some walls) and the institute's director of education Kara Leen. The new 6,700 SF pavilion will include three art studios, a gallery and community gathering space, woodshop, digital lounge, and more. Anne Sneed is remodeling an existing building next to the institute's main facility at 1550 S El Camino Real in Encinitas.
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