LUX is a not-for-profit organisation established to promote and support artists’ moving image work both in the UK and internationally. Its archive is made up from the film and video collections of its predecessor organisations: the Lux Centre, London Filmmakers Co-op and London Electronic Arts / London Video Access. The entire LUX catalogue is also available online. LUX offers free one-on-one advice sessions for UK artists working with the moving image who are no longer in full-time education. Their Associate Artists Programme provides a professional development course focused on critical discourse. The programme consists of 12 monthly workshops, seminars, mentoring advice and a final funded project and it is open to artists working predominately with the moving image, who have completed a graduate or post-graduate course in the past three years.