Stories about LUAG

Bodies of Knowledge explores themes related to the body, such as movement, sensation, decoration, ritual and costume.

Lehigh students learn the behind-the-scenes business of museums and galleries.

Latest LUAG exhibition will feature Himalayan art, which includes works from the Tibetan Plateau, Nepal, Kashmir, Bhutan and areas of northern India and Pakistan.

The Lehigh University Art Galleries asks faculty, staff, students and the community to explore what matters most to them as they navigate the pandemic.

Starstruck: An American Tale will be on display from Sept. 6 through Dec. 3.

An interdisciplinary, multi-institutional collaboration celebrates the renowned late-20th-century writer.

The pieces in Lehigh University Art Galleries’ outdoor sculpture collection include Herbert Simon’s “Pyramid II” and “Popol” by Joyce de Guatemala.

The works will be on display through May 27 in the LUAG Main Gallery in Zoellner Arts Center.

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.