Luce Productions provides strategic consulting, production, and project management services for arts and cultural organizations.

We work with clients to ensure that their operations and programs are forward-looking, strategically aligned, and efficiently managed. We are deeply invested in the success of the arts and culture sector, and help our clients deliver on their mission with clarity, professionalism, and care.

Luce Productions specializes in program strategy and management, including program development, marketing and audience engagement, financial strategy and management, and production.

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Lucy is a cultural producer and strategist, and founded Luce Productions in 2015. She has worked with dozens of arts and cultural organizations across the U.S. and Canada on a range of strategic initiatives and programs, including seminars, conferences, lecture series, training programs, auctions, tours, and fundraisers. Prior to Luce Productions, Lucy was National Programs Director at ArtTable, and Communications and Projects Manager at No Longer Empty. Lucy’s work centers on how arts and culture function as drivers for political and social change. Among her independent projects, she has curated community-focused exhibitions in Cali, Colombia, and the Bronx, NY, and has given talks about the relationship between art and community organizing, including a TedX talk in Bogotá. She is currently the co-chair of the Northern California Chapter of ArtTable and is on the Young Patrons Steering Committee at the International Studio and Curatorial Program in Bushwick. She received her MA in History of Art and Archaeology from the University of Edinburgh and has a Business Certificate from the UVA Darden School of Business. 


Associate Producer

Sarah Paller was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. In 2018 she obtained her BA from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota where she studied Art History. Sarah focused her studies on contemporary art, specifically the intersection of art and social justice and community engagement. She is particularly interested in expanding access to the arts, art therapy, and art as community intervention. Following her work as the Program Assistant for Young New Yorkers, Sarah began to pursue her Master's degree in Social Work at Fordham University. She will complete this degree in 2025 and intends to obtain her LCSW to become a licensed therapist.