Host Bathsheba Monk welcomes Rudy Ackerman, Director of Exhibitions and Collections at the Baum School of Art in Allentown, to talk about their new exhibition "Clarence H. Carter, Realism to Surrealism" opening July 10 in The David E. Rodale Gallery. Carter, like many 20th century artists, had to find a way to steer his artistic vision from a pre-WWII aesthetic of homey, local subjects to the new world of abstraction which exploded in the second half of the century.
Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre is celebrating its 33rd Season, and Chair of the Muhlenberg Theatre Department, James Peck, joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about this summer's musical offerings.
It's summer, and the Bard is back at Desales University! George Miller and Kate Scuffle chat with the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's Producing Artistic Director Patrick Mulcahy about "Oklahoma", "The 39 Steps", and, of course, all things Shakespearean.
Hosts George and Kate welcome filmmaker Josh Fox to the program this evening. He will be talking about his new film Gasland Part II, which will premiere in the Lehigh Valley at a special showing on June 17th at Broughal Middle School on the campus of Lehigh University. Josh will be at the premiere in Bethlehem, participating in a special Q&A after the film. (Original air date June 10, 2013.)
Host Paul Willistein covers all you need to know about the SouthSide Film Festival with his guests Glenn Koehler, the new SouthSide Film Festival director, Jeff Vaclavik, board president, and Benjamin Bertalan, board member. The Festival runs June 11-15. (Original air date June 3, 2013.)
Hosts George and Kate welcome Principal Jan Labellarte and sixth-grader Mattie Bender from the Arts Academy Charter School in Bethlehem. They will talk about the school, their programs and their upcoming event, The Annual Celebration of the Arts, happening May 31 at the Davinci Science Center. (Original air date May 27, 2013.)
Host Bathsheba Monk welcomes a full house of guests on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon to celebrate Toulouse- Lautrec’s arrival at the Allentown Art Museum. Joining her is Diane Fischer, Chief Curator at the Allentown Art Museum, Lisa Norris Professor of Art History at Kutztown University, as well as Sharon Vidmar McCarthy and Ann Schlegel, founder of Allentown Art Squawk, whose summer Squawk is the Belle Epoque. It will be a lively half-hour in which Ms. Monk will try to persuade her guests to demonstrate the can-can! (Original air date, May 20, 2013.)
Touchstone's Young Playwrights' Festival is just around the corner, and Mary Wright, Coordinator for Touchstone's Young Playwrights Lab, joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about this year's new young plays and playwrights. (Original air date: May 13, 2013.)
Host Steve Aaronson welcomes members of the Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission to discuss the 48th Annual Fine Art and Craft Show, happening Mother's Day Weekend -- May 11th and 12th in Historic Bethlehem. Main Street will be scene of over 70 artists and crafters, who will be displaying a variety of prints, drawings, watercolors, oils, photos, jewelry, clothing, woodwork, glass, and other media. (Original air date May 6, 2013.)
Hosts Paul Willistein and George VanDoren welcome the three first-place winners in the Eighth Annual Poetry Project; a collaboration between The Press newspapers and WDIY. Each student poet will have a chance to read their winning poem, and discuss the inspiration for their work. There will be one student in each of the three age groups: elementary, middle and high school. (Original air date, April 29, 2013.)