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Lori Hepner, the Penn State 2023-24 laureate poses Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, at Penn State Lehigh Valley in Center Valley with LED devices used in her art. Hepner hosted a workshop at the school. Her gallery show, “Something About the Sky” featuring art made by using programmable LEDs runs through April 27, 2024. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Lori Hepner, the Penn State 2023-24 laureate poses Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, at Penn State Lehigh Valley in Center Valley with LED devices used in her art. Hepner hosted a workshop at the school. Her gallery show, “Something About the Sky” featuring art made by using programmable LEDs runs through April 27, 2024. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Lori Hepner, the Penn State laureate for 2023-24, moves with a programmable LED to create photographic images projected on a wall Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Center Valley. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
A close up of the art created by Lori Hepner, the Penn State 2023-24 laureate with a programmable LED on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Center Valley. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Lori Hepner, the Penn State laureate for 2023-24, moves with a programmable LED to create photographic images projected on a wall Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Center Valley. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Lori Hepner, the Penn State laureate for 2023-24, moves with a programmable LED to create photographic images projected on a wall Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Center Valley. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Lori Hepner, the Penn State laureate for 2023-24, moves with a programmable LED to create photographic images projected on a wall Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Center Valley. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Lori Hepner, the Penn State laureate for 2023-24, moves with a programmable LED to create photographic images projected on a wall Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Center Valley. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs. (April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
A close up of the art created by Lori Hepner, the Penn State 2023-24 laureate with a programmable LED on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Center Valley. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Penn State Lehigh Valley student Tracy Meadows and Lori Hepner, the Penn State laureate for 2023-24 experiment with an LED wand and movement to create light-based digital art Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at the school in Center Valley. The workshop was hosted by Lori Hepner, professor of integrative arts at Penn State Greater Allegheny, who was named the Penn State laureate for the 2023-24 academic year. The laureate is assigned half-time for one academic year to bring greater visibility to the arts, humanities and the university, as well as to their own work. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by movement, light and time using programmable LEDs.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Penn State Lehigh Valley students Samantha Bradford and Tracy Meadows experiment with an LED wand and movement to create light-based digital art Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at the school in Center Valley. The workshop was hosted by Lori Hepner, professor of integrative arts at Penn State Greater Allegheny, who was named the Penn State laureate for the 2023-24 academic year. The laureate is assigned half-time for one academic year to bring greater visibility to the arts, humanities and the university, as well as to their own work. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by movement, light and time using programmable LEDs.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Penn State Lehigh Valley student Samantha Bradford experiments with an LED wand and movement to create light-based digital art Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at her school in Center Valley. The workshop was hosted by Lori Hepner, the Penn State 2023-24 laureate. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
A detail of the artwork created by Penn State Lehigh Valley student Samantha Bradford using an LED wand on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at the school in Center Valley. The workshop was hosted by Lori Hepner, the Penn State 2023-24 laureate. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Something About the Sky: Cloud Drawing #4994 is seen here Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, on display at a workshop at Penn State Lehigh Valley in Center Valley, The work was created by Lori Hepner, the Penn State 2023-24 laureate. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by using programmable LEDs. The show runs through April 27, 2024.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)
Penn State Lehigh Valley students Karen Hobson and Sophia Armstrong experiment with an LED wand and movement to create light-based digital art Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024, during a workshop held at the school in Center Valley. The workshop was hosted by Lori Hepner, professor of integrative arts at Penn State Greater Allegheny, who was named the Penn State laureate for the 2023-24 academic year. The laureate is assigned half-time for one academic year to bring greater visibility to the arts, humanities and the university, as well as to their own work. Hepner’s gallery show “Something About the Sky” features art made by movement, light and time using programmable LEDs.(April Gamiz/첥Ƶ)

Light-based digital art-making workshop at Penn State Lehigh Valley

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