A Thoughtful Analysis of Cloud

Here at LUAG we are always ecstatic when Lehigh teachers integrate the collection into their curriculum. This past semester Susan Kart of Art, Architecture and Design required her ART 002 students to write a formal analysis on a piece of art from LUAG’s current exhibitions. Below are a few very thoughtful excerpts from an analysis by the student Zekia (Amanda) Alhout in which Zekia expresses… Read More A Thoughtful Analysis of Cloud

LUAG from a Student's Perspective

We were recently pleasantly surprised by a fantastic post written by a student on the Arts@Lehigh blog about the Lehigh University Art Galleries. Presently a senior, the student relates an in-between classes visit to LUAG with classmates. During their visit they encountered many surprises, including a Picasso, LUAG’s free admission, and the ease of experiencing art on campus. Find an excerpt from the post below. Click Here to… Read More LUAG from a Student's Perspective

Lehigh Students and LUAG Join Forces to Make Art More Accessible

  Above: Tactile for Luis Cruz Azaceta, Cloud, 2014, Archival pigment print Last spring, Brian Slocum received a call from the Lehigh University Art Galleries. At this time LUAG was in the midst of realizing their Accessible Art Initiative, which entailed creating audio descriptions and 3D, touchable representations for select works in their current exhibitions. LUAG inquired if Brian… Read More Lehigh Students and LUAG Join Forces to Make Art More Accessible

Art Crossing Cultural Boundaries in ESL Classes

Each semester, English As A Second Language classes visit LUAG and integrate art into their programs. After all, art is a universal language and can cross cultural boundaries. Below are a few fruitful writings by ESL students from a class led by Mary Newbegin. After an outdoor sculpture tour the students were asked write an essay on a sculpture that… Read More Art Crossing Cultural Boundaries in ESL Classes

Student's View of The A77A Project

Egyptian Leadership: From Sacred Pharaohs to Corrupt Politicians An Exhibition Review of Khaled Hafez’s The A77A Project: On Presidents & Superheroes Written for ART 221: Global Contemporary: Recent Art Movements Around the World by Lindsay Alexander Khaled Hafez could have been a doctor. President Nasser of Egypt, with the amount of power he possessed, could have been a… Read More Student's View of The A77A Project