From the Harlem Renaissance through the Civil Rights Movement, to today, we celebrate the radical practices of creatives across the globe working to advance civic and social justice issues. Join William Crow and Stacie Brennan from Lehigh University Art Galleries to explore the Doing Democracy: Photography from the George Stephanopoulos Collection exhibition and Jennifer Mock from Columbia University's Wallach Art Gallery to explore the Uptown Triennial 2020 exhibition, as they create connections between visual representation and how artists and photographers document change through the creation of their artistic practice.
LUAG@Lunch: Student Guide Series with Zachary Powers '21
Daniela Slepak '22 explores photographs from the exhibition Taking it to the Streets: Street Photography from the LUAG Collection to highlight the influence of art in the daily lives of New Yorkers, both past, and present.
They were elected by you, they should listen to you. Here’s a chance to talk directly with your elected officials! Using postcards provided by the LUAG, let your representatives know which issues you care about.
Join the Center for Gender Equity (CGE), the Lehigh Libraries (LTS), and the Lehigh University Art Galleries (LUAG) for a fun hands-on workshop.
Lehigh students explore various works, topics, and themes within the LUAG Collection through interactive lectures on zoom or pre-recorded presentations.