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The oldest object in LUAG’s Chinese Ceramics Collection dates is 3,300 to 4,200 years old.

LUAG loans out ‘Nude Dressing Hair’ for unique Glackens-Renoir art exhibit.

English professor Beth Dolan and composer Amanda Jacobs will present lecture recital at Carnegie Hall on Nov. 4. 

Lehigh University and the Bethlehem Area Public Library will co-host numerous events to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s "Frankenstein."  

Tony-nominated choreographer Donald Byrd discusses art as a means to social change.

Professor Kashi Johnson encourages first-year students to ‘step outside that comfort zone.’

He is the current Educator in Charge at the Metropolitan Museum of Art since 2016.

The widely acclaimed author of The Underground Railroad will speak at Lehigh in early March.

Artist-in-Residence Karyn Olivier builds a wall inside the LUAG Main Gallery. 

Follow the year-long project to restore the large portrait of Lehigh founder Asa Packer.