Hands-On Learning with Chinese Ceramics

There is something for everyone within Lehigh University Art Galleries (LUAG) Teaching Collection. Professor Dongning Wang (Adjunct Lecturer, Modern Languages and Literatures), took that phrase to heart during the Spring 2018 Semester and actively incorporated pieces from the Chinese Ceramics Collection into her course ASIA, MLL 197-10, also known as Pottery and Porcelain: History, Culture,… Read More Hands-On Learning with Chinese Ceramics

February 8: Opening Reception for all Spring 2018 Exhibitions

Join us February 8 at the LUAG Main Gallery, Zoellner Arts Center for a reception celebrating all of our Spring 2018 Exhibitions.  6-8PM.  Refreshments.  All LUAG events are free and open to the public. Lehigh University Art Galleries • Teaching Museum (LUAG) inspires, develops, and promotes visual literacy and cultural understanding through cross-disciplinary educational opportunities… Read More February 8: Opening Reception for all Spring 2018 Exhibitions

Kay WalkingStick, An Artist of Many Mediums

Above: Il Sogno del Cortile / (The Dream of the Courtyard), 2004 / Gold leaf, serigraph, woodcut, 5/50 / Gift of the Experimental Printmaking Institute, Lafayette College. Now on view in the Main Gallery’s exhibition thi(ink)ing. Kay WalkingStick was born in 1935 to a mother of Scottish heritage and to a father of Cherokee heritage. It would be her father’s… Read More Kay WalkingStick, An Artist of Many Mediums

From Goya to Warhol: An Interview with Dr. Reva Wolf, Professor of Art History at SUNY New Paltz

  LUAG:  The last time you came to Lehigh University to speak it was for the ‘Andy in The Valley” exhibit.  Now we have ‘From Goya to Esteve: The Portrait of The Marques Lorenzo D. Manzanares’, once thought to be a Goya but now attributed to Agustín Esteve.  It is fortunate for us that Goya is… Read More From Goya to Warhol: An Interview with Dr. Reva Wolf, Professor of Art History at SUNY New Paltz

Anthony Viscardi Tracing Time to Measure Space

LUAG is proud to present Anthony Viscardi’s Tracing Time to Measure Space in the Main Gallery, Zoellner Arts Center, – running Wednesday August 28th to December 8th, 2013.   Viscardi has created an exhibition of new architectural drawings and constructions that are a part of over 20 years’ personal investigation into the phenomena of shadow mapping… Read More Anthony Viscardi Tracing Time to Measure Space