Vision/Sound: Allentown’s ’80s Arts Scene Revisited WHAT: A celebration of downtown Allentown’s 1980s arts and culture scene and synonymous radio airwaves revolution — with focus on the period 1978-1988. Events include: • Concurrent exhibitions of work by 12 local visual artists of the period. • Sound installations of WMUH-FM broadcasts from the era featuring community programmers and local band recordings. • Live concerts, performance art, panel discussion, workshops. Bands, performers and artists of the era are being prompted to schedule concerts and special events at local venues during June and July as part of the Vision/Sound experience. WHERE: Collaborative/concurrent events at: • Martin Art Gallery, Baker Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College — Exhibition • The Baum School of Art — Exhibition • Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley — Panel discussion WHEN: Summer 2017 • Wednesday, June 14 — Martin Art Gallery exhibition opens. Reception 5–7. • Thursday, July 13 — The Baum School exhibition opens. • Thursday, July 20 — Allentown Art Museum panel discussion. 5–6. — The Baum School reception 6–8. • Wednesday, August 2 — Both exhibitions close. EXHIBITION@ MARTIN ART GALLERY • Retrospective exhibition of visual works by: Linda Cummings, Ray DiCecco, Mark Klee, Jessica Lenard, John Lotte, Frances Metcalf, Kenn Michael, Ted Ormai, Barnaby Ruhe, Barbara Tiberio, Jett Ulaner-Sarachek, Greg Weaver • Sound installation — Audio streaming of WMUH-FM broadcasts from the era featuring community programmers and local band recordings. • Vintage event posters and memorabilia on display. EXHIBITION @ BAUM SCHOOL OF ART • Recent work by artists from the retrospective exhibition: Cummings, DiCecco, Lenard, Lotte, Michael, Ormai, Ruhe, Tiberio, Ulaner-Sarachek • Sound installation — Audio streaming of WMUH-FM broadcasts from the era featuring community programmers and local band recordings. • Panel discussion at Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley Presented by: Martin Art Gallery, Baker Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College; The Baum School of Art; and Lisa Baas, Cheryl Haughney, Shannon Fugate, Kristine Kotsch, Raymond Barnes, Scott Sherk, Paul Nicholson. Catalog design and theme graphic by John Lotte.