About Lucas Livingston

Creator and host of the Ancient Art Podcast
Art Museum Educator
Homebrewer

When he’s not busy fighting with the artwork, Lucas enjoys working on the Ancient Art Podcast, which he started in 2006. He’s been with the Art Institute of Chicago since 2002. You’ll frequently find him running through the museum with a herd of people in tow. A few years ago he took up the enjoyable hobby of homebrewing, which you can read all about in his Homebrew Blog. His secret crime-fighting alter ego is a computer geek while moonlighting as tech support for friends and family. Lastly, he currently finds himself having accidentally started a collection of hairless pets, which he sometimes regrets, but then always comes around.


Assistant Director, Accessibility and Lifelong Learning Programs
Museum Education Department
The Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago, Illinois  60603-6404

My Upcoming Public Talks (12:00 p.m. at the Art Institute of Chicago unless specified otherwise):

  • 3/9 Coloring the Past
  • 3/23 Verbal Description: The Making of a Woodblock Print
  • 4/27 Meaningful Materials
  • 5/3 Dragons and Tigers in Japanese Screens
  • 5/26 Verbal Description: The Story of Buddha
  • 6/2 Arms and Armor
  • 6/16 Frank Lloyd Wright and Japanese Prints
Recent lecture highlights:
Curriculum Vitae
Research
Miscellanea