Host Kenn Michael speaks with George B. Miller and Kate Scuffle, founders of Selkie Theatre, about the US premiere of two plays, "Fragile" and "Dalgety," presented by "Selkie: Theatre Uncut" as part of the Ice House Tonight series at the Ice House in Bethlehem. These two funny yet powerful pieces by Scotland's David Greig were first commissioned for the UK's exciting Theatre Uncut project, winner of Edinburgh Fringe First and Spirit of the Fringe awards, in response to drastic cuts in UK arts funding in 2010 and as a means of encouraging artists to band together.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with gallery director Santa Bannon about "Philadelphia Photographers: 1975-1985." Featuring works from 49 Greater Philadelphia area photographers, this current exhibit chronicles a dynamic ten-year period in Philadelphia's history when many nationally and internationally known photographers made creative and collaborative contributions to the medium and photography community as a whole. These photographers' works are recognized for their historical value and continue to be collected by major art museums and patrons worldwide.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with Ann Lalik, Gallery Director and Arts Coordinator at Penn State Lehigh Valley, about a current exhibition showcasing late Allentown artist Greg Weaver's work. "Greg Weaver: Urban American Folk Artist," on display at the Ronald K.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with artist Joseph D. Billera about his latest exhibition "A Few Hang Ups," on view until November 16 at Civic's Theatre 514, 514 N. 19th Street in Allentown. More information available at CivicTheatre.com.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with teacher, artist, and scholar Curlee Raven Holton about a current exhibition of Holton's works at Lehigh University. The exhibit includes a collection of graphic work that spans Holton's nearly 30-year career in art, from his first lithograph to his current etchings. His prints, described as both evocative and provocative, speak to our human experience and engage the viewer in a shared dialogue about significant personal, political, and cultural events.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with filmmaker and festival director Gershon Hinkson about Movies at the Mill Easton (MME), a film festival created to aid in the redevelopment of the city of Easton.
Movies at the Mill will be held this Saturday, September 13 at The State Theatre in downtown Easton, 543 Northampton Street. Film screenings begin at 5PM. Tickets, directions, and more information are available at MoviesAtTheMill.com.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with artist Charlie Brouwer about "Rise Together Allentown," a large-scale, community-based temporary installation to be built in the Arts Park, located at Fifth and Linden Streets in Allentown, across from the Allentown Art Museum.
Host Kenn Michael speaks with internationally acclaimed artist Amaya Espinoza about her exhibit at Re:find gallery. Amaya, who is visiting from Spain, is a Scholar/Artist in Residence at the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI) at Lafayette College. Her show runs until August 1.