Adrienne Luce joins the Brentwood Art Center as executive director having spent more than twenty years as a nonprofit leader in the arts and philanthropy in Los Angeles. As an arts education professional, Adrienne has dedicated her career to promoting creativity and expanding access to the arts at The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, and the California State Summer School Arts Foundation.
“The Brentwood Art Center has been a vital hub of creativity in our community since 1971 and I look forward to building upon the school’s great reputation and legacy to ensure its success and excellence for generations to come.”
Adrienne has served on the boards of nonprofit organizations including Inner-City Arts, the Craft and Folk Art Museum Contemporary Craft Council, and the MOCA Contemporaries. She has also served as a grants panelist for the Arts Council of Long Beach, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, Inland Empire United Way, and Supervisor Knabe’s Arts Education Partnership. Adrienne is currently a senior fellow at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and is a member of the Annenberg Foundation Alchemy Gold Funders Alliance.
Trained as an artist and art historian, Adrienne attended the OTIS College of Art and Design summer programs and was a curatorial intern at both the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Phoenix Art Museum. She double majored in art and art history at Arizona State University where she was honored with both the History or Art and Sculpture Faculty Awards. She received her MFA in sculpture from The Claremont Graduate University and exhibited her work in both solo and group exhibitions.
Adrienne lives in West Los Angeles with her husband and three daughters.