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Art Galleries / Museum Operation

The mission of Lehigh University Art Galleries-Museum Operation (LUAG) is to inspire, develop, and promote visual literacy and cultural understanding through cross-disciplinary educational opportunities that supplement formal classroom study, as an educational laboratory to benefit students, faculty, and the community-at-large as part of the university learning experience. LUAG maintains and develops the university's world-class Teaching Collection of over 11,000 objects and presents approximately twenty exhibitions per year in eight campus galleries.

This website has been made possible thanks to the generosity of the Kuzon family.

Current & Upcoming Exhibitions:

Feb 3 2014 - May 24 2014 : RAUCH BUSINESS CENTER GALLERY


Larry Rivers: The Boston Massacre

Printmaking from the LUAG Teaching Collection

This 1970 portfolio presents Rivers' "visual afterthoughts" on the historical event.

Feb 3 2014 - May 23 2014 : SIEGEL GALLERY, IACOCCA HALL


CHRYSSA, YOSHIDA, UTAGAWA, YINGYI

Selected prints and watercolors from the LUAG Teaching Collection

Works on paper by four artists

Jan 27 2014 - May 24 2014 : DUBOIS GALLERY, MAGINNES HALL


Theo Anderson: COMPLEXITY

Photographs- Buildings B & C, Mountaintop Campus

An exploration of visual structure andf form

Jan 22 2014 - May 25 2014 : ZOELLNER, MAIN GALLERY


A Stirring Song Sung Heroic

African Americans from Slavery to Freedom, 1619-1865

Photography by William Earle Williams

Jan 22 2014 - May 25 2014 : ZOELLNER, MAIN GALLERY


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American Ceramic Vessels from the South and the North

Folk art "ugly jugs" extend a tradition with roots in American slavery and other sources.

Jan 22 2014 - May 22 2014 : VIRTUAL EXHIBITION


William Kentridge: Anything is Possible

A documentary by PBS/Art 21

An intimate view into the mind and creative process of the acclaimed South African artist.

Aug 26 2013 - Jun 30 2015 : ZOELLNER, LOWER GALLERY


Is it ART?

Selections from the LUAG Teaching Collection

Where do we draw the line? And who decides?  Is it the artist, the critic, the collector, or museum?  Or is beauty really in the eye of the beholder?

Aug 26 2013 - Jun 30 2015 : ZOELLNER, LOWER GALLERY


Pre-Columbian Artifacts

Selections from the LUAG Teaching Collection

Objects from daily life, representing the Chavín, Nazca, Moche, Tairona, Chimú, Taíno, and Inca peoples.

Apr 28 2005 - Apr 29 2025 : SCULPTURE GARDENS, MEMORIAL WALKWAY


George Segal: Woman on Park Bench, 1998

A new gift to the permanent collection

Please join Lehigh University art galleries in welcoming this most recent addition to the outdoor sculpture collection.

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George Segal: Woman on Park Bench, 1998. Sculpture Gardens, Memorial Walkway

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This website has been made possible thanks to the generosity of the Kuzon family.

Visit the LUAG Museum Gift Shop

works by local and international professional artists on sale, adjacent to the Zoellner Main Gallery Wed-Sat 11-5, Sun 1-5

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March 27, 5pm