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Arts Project workshop series accepting registrations for summer sessions

Classes offered at convenient, beautiful location with free parking
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PSU-LV faculty, staff and students at LVAC Whose Business is the Arts event

PSU-LV faculty and staff attended Whose Business is the Arts? A Public Forum on the Economy, the Arts and the Community hosted by the Lehigh Valley Arts Council on Sept. 8. PSU-LV Arts Administration students served as scribes for the table discussions to capture the highlights of the discussion points of those around the table.From Left to Right: Kyle McCoach, arts administration senior; Elise Schaffer, arts administration junior; Ann Lalik, gallery director and arts coordinator at PSU-LV; Keynote speakerĀ  Dean Rodenbough, vice president of external affairs at Hallmark Cards; Liz Flaherty, honors program coordinator and coordinator of arts administration at PSU-LV; Liz Keptner, director of the Multimedia Innovation Center at PSU-LV; Ron De Long, instructor in fine art at PSU-LV; Corianne Thompson, faculty affairs coordinator and ceramics instructor at PSU-LV

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Kathy Gray award winner

Kathy Gray received the For the Glory award. Gray passed away in April. Corianne Thompson accepted the award on her behalf from Kenneth A. Thigpen, director of academic affairs at Penn State Lehigh Valley and Tina Q. Richardson, chancellor (not pictured). A space was left in between Thompson and Thigpen for Gray.

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Arts Project workshop series accepting registrations for fall sessions

The Arts Project at Penn State Lehigh Valley has announced its fall 2017 session options, which will be held from Sept. 19 to Dec. 12 at the Lehigh Valley campus located at 2809 Saucon Valley Road in Center Valley.
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First-year students present ideas to transform the Lehigh Valley campus

First-year students were challenged to reimagine spaces on campus through the Metamorphose project.
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Arts Project workshop series accepting registrations for spring sessions

The Arts Project at Penn State Lehigh Valley has announced its spring 2017 session options, which will be held from Jan. 16 to April 13. Workshops include Ceramics for Beginners, Drawing and Painting Design Fundamentals, Beginning Metals and Jewelry and Advanced Metals and Jewelry, and Introduction to 3D Design.
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Arts Project workshop series accepting registrations for fall sessions

The Arts Project at Penn State Lehigh Valley has announced its fall 2016 session options, which will be held Sept. 19 to Dec. 15.