This is the second peer-reviewed federal grant that LUAG has been awarded in two years, an accomplishment that is rare in the field.
A Lehigh University Art Galleries exhibition of faculty work celebrates artists as researchers.
LUAG’s former longtime director, who passed away April 1, is remembered for his passion for the arts and his lifetime of contributions to Lehigh.
A spring 2020 exhibition at Lehigh University Art Galleries featured the diverse work of 15 faculty members from Lehigh’s department of art, architecture and design.
Twin sisters Christine and Margaret Wertheim brought the project to life through an unexpected merge of passions.
Lehigh University Art Galleries is among 18 U.S. institutions to receive grant from IMLS, the primary source of federal support for the nation's libraries and museums.
The project seeks to raise awareness of climate change through interactive art.
Stacie E. Brennan ’03 to join the LUAG staff on Sept. 3.
Ricardo Viera and his team at the Lehigh University Art Galleries teach and inspire with a world-class art collection that serves as a visual laboratory for the entire campus and surrounding community.