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PSU-LV Photo of the Week: Contemporary Renaissance Women Artist Panel

Contemporary Renaissance Women Artist Panel Discussion was held at the Banana Factory on June 10, 2018 and featured PSU-LV Gallery Director and Arts Coordinator, Ann Lalik.The moderator was Martha Posner. Other panelists included Erin Anderson, Katie Hovencamp, Kiana Honarmand, Lydia Panas and Heather Sincavage. The panel was attended by artists and community art supporters and students. The panel of artists discussed overcoming gender inequality and leading as a female artist. They focused on what influences their work and motivates them. Questions from the audience spurred discussion on the opportunities that exist and advice  to upcoming artists, including ways women artists support each other.

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Gallery Exhibit: Bethlehem Palette Club 'All Member Exhibition' at Lehigh Valley

The Ronald K. De Long Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley presents the Bethlehem Palette Club “All Member Exhibition,” which runs May 21 to July 21. The exhibit features paintings by both professional and first-time artists.
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Bethlehem Palette Club All Member Exhibition

"Outback" by Diane Hutchinson. This painting of a landscape will be displayed at the Bethlehem Palette Club All Member Exhibition at Penn State Lehigh Valley's Ronald K. De Long Gallery from May 21 to July 21, 2018.

Arts Administration student gets working experience on campus

"You can succeed starting here, right here," Angela Phillips says about the experience she received during her Spring 2018 internship with the Ronald K. De Long Art Gallery Director Ann Lalik.

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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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Penn State Lehigh Valley student wins community award at juried art show

Penn State Lehigh Valley student Wendie Chen won a community art award for her colored-pencil piece titled “Color of Life,” submitted to the eight annual Hope & Healing Juried Art Show.
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Wendie Chen working in studio

Wendie Chen worked on her art while in the studio at Penn State Lehigh Valley earlier this month.

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Wendie Chen's award-winning artwork

Wendie Chen's colored-pencil piece titled “Color of Life” won a community award at the Hope & Healing Juried Art Show. Displayed underneath her artwork was the saying, “Even if living in a black and white world, love can always retrieve the color of life.”

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Ron De Long and Wendie Chen

Ron De Long, lecturer in fine art at Penn State Lehigh Valley, and Wendie Chen, a first-year international student, attended the award ceremony on March 22 where Chen was presented a community art award for her colored-pencil drawing of a man embracing a woman.

Tarana Burke

Tarana Burke

 Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Tarana Burke Streaming of Tarana’s speech will be available Thursday, March 22, at 8:00 p.m. EDT  

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