In her quilts and embroidery designs, Anna Chupa captures a sense of place through the intersection of photography, fiber, art and architecture.
With a network of galleries and outdoor sculptures, the Lehigh University Art Galleries is often described as a museum without walls. The LUAG offers advance knowledge, research and experiential learning for the Lehigh community and beyond.
This informative video on the history and vision of EPI is part of the exhibition "th(ink)ing: The Experimental Printmaking Institute at Lafayette College" at Lehigh University Art Galleries, Fall 2014 It was produced by Susan Ellis, co-curator.
Artist and professor, Karyn Olivier, discusses her thoughts behind her newest instillations in the LUAG Main Gallery at the Zoellner Arts Center. She is Lehigh University’s Horger Artist-in-Residence for Art | Architecture | Design.