The Teaching Museum: Selections from the Permanent Collection


Lehigh University Art Galleries is a teaching museum. With a permanent collection of over 16,000 works of art spanning many cultures and eras, the mission of the museum is to advance critical thinking, cultural understanding and well-being for the campus and greater community through transformative experiences with art. A rotating selection of works in on view, including George Bellows, Gustave Courbet, Jack Whitten, Marsden Hartley, and Käthe Kollwitz among others.

View the exhibition on Artstor.

Take a virtual tour here.

 Download the Family Guide: Pre-Coumbian Artiifacts from the Teaching Collection by Jessica Galarza '22

 Download the Family Guide: Through the Eyes of Masks: West African Performance Art by Jessica Galarza '22