Stories about LUAG

The $10,000 federal grant will be used to combat vaccine hesitancy among local residents. 

Renowned public and video artist joins Lehigh as the Theodore U. Horger ’61 Artist-in-Residence.

The pieces on the Asa Packer campus in Lehigh University Art Galleries’ outdoor sculpture collection have been added to the interactive campus map.

The exhibition coincides with the university celebrating 50 years of undergraduate women at Lehigh.

LUAG initiates dialogue about well-being during pandemic.

Online exhibition highlights a virtual artist community and project of the same name.

The university encourages the campus community to focus on personal well-being during the week of March 22, which normally would be spring break.

The gift from Kenneth R. Woodcock ’65 will preserve LUAG’s teaching collection and enhance art education.

Lehigh University Art Galleries puts democracy, in all its forms, on display.

Robert G. Wheeler ’50 donates collection to Lehigh University Art Galleries to serve as teaching tool.