Transcending mediums: LU Art Galleries shifts online

May 24, 2020 8:51PM
Linda Ganus, an adjunct professor in music, and Amy Forsyth, an associate professor in art, architecture and design, lead the last Art in Dialogue session on March 3, 2020, before campus shut down due to COVID-19. LUAG has found ways to offer its programs online during the pandemic. (Courtesy of Stacie Brennan)

The Lehigh University Art Galleries (LUAG) team is finding new ways to preserve the experience of viewing and making art while in quarantine due to the coronavirus.

The galleries closed on March 11 and staff moved their operations online, allowing the works to reach a wider audience than they could on campus. Some of the staff, however, are still grappling with the most effective way to provide a profound art experience virtually.

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