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Liz Keptner poses with Emmy


Liz Keptner, director of the Multimedia Innovation Center at Penn State Lehigh Valley, was the host of the Emmy award-winning "The Bethlehem Story" by  FireRock Productions. She is nominated for an Emmy this year in the Magazine Program/Special category for her producing work on "Nazareth: Resonating Through Time."

students in the one button studio


Penn State Lehigh Valley students gathered in the One Button Studio, one of the many special features in the Multimedia Innovation Center.

Amber Campbell poses with camera


Amber Campbell is the videographer and editor for Penn State Lehigh Valley's Multimedia Innovation Center.

Arts Project - Jewelry Making Video

A look into a jewelry making course through Penn State Lehigh Valley's Arts Project program.

Arts Project Drawing Video

A look into a drawing course that is part of the Arts Project program at Penn State Lehigh Valley.

Arts Project Video

This video shows interviews with participants in the Arts Project, a program that offers non-credit, beginner through advanced art courses for community members at Penn State Lehigh Valley.

About Penn State Lehigh Valley

A brief look at what makes Penn State Lehigh Valley so special. From world-class degree programs to a plethora of student activities, the Lehigh Valley campus has something for everyone.

Arts Administration Degree Program

The Arts Administration program at Penn State Lehigh Valley is an excellent contribution to the higher education programs in the culturally rich Lehigh Valley. In this video, the Coordinator of the Arts Administration degree, Dr. Elizabeth Flaherty takes you through the requirements for the degree.

Charles Cantalupo

Distinguished Professor premieres series of poems at Poe Museum

Charles Cantalupo, Distinguished Professor of English, comparative literature and African studies, spent years traveling to and researching the cities where one of America’s all-time greatest writers, Edgar Allan Poe, lived throughout his life. On June 4, he performed for the first time the entire sequence of his poems on where Poe lived, called “Poe in Place.”