Art

Allentown-based author Deborah Heiligman joined Eleanor Bobrow to discusses her new book, Theo and Vincent, which explores the deep and enduring friendship between Vincent Van Gogh and his brother Theo.

Drawing upon meticulous research, which includes analysis of the 658 letters Vincent wrote to Theo during his lifetime, Heiligman weaved a tale of two lives intertwined and the extraordinary lives of the Van Gogh brothers.

(Original air-date: 10/23/17) 

Cheryl Haughney and Lisa Baas join hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to explore the exciting exhibitions and performances that make up Vision/Sound Allentown's '80s Art Scene ReVisited.

(Original air-date: 6/26/17)
 

Painter Will Harmuth on Musings

Jun 27, 2017

Max Foxx talks with painter Will Harmuth about a new exhibition of his work, "Square the Art of Will," on view now at Connexions Gallery in Easton.  A reception for the show is on Saturday, July 1  from 7-10 pm.

(Original air-date: 6/27/2017)

Kenn Michael previews Zoellner Arts Center's upcoming Spring 2017 season.

Joining him are guests Andrew Cassano, Administrative Director at Zoellner, and Deborah Sacarakis, Artistic Director at Zoellner. A full list of Zoellner's events is available at their website.

(Original air-date: 1/16/2017)
 

Montclair State University Professor Mark Clatterbuck who specializes in Indigenous Religions of North America and high school art history teacher David Sommers join host John Pearce to discuss teaching religions at college and high school levels from an art, literature, history, and sociology perspective.

(Original air-date: 5/12/2016)

Host Laurie Siebert and guest, Attorney Eric Strauss of Worth, Magee & Fisher Law Office, discuss art, antiques, collectibles and estate administration. Laurie and Eric also take listener questions.

(Original air-date: 2/24/16)

Artists appearing at Allentown Art Museum's Cocktails & Collecting on November 7th discussed the upcoming event and their work. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Museum's fall fundraising event which aims to offer the perfect mix of art, hors d’oeuvres, collecting and socializing. Artists throughout the Lehigh Valley and beyond have been invited to showcase. They will talk about and sell their works, and some will even create their artwork live at the event.

(Original air-date: 10/26/15)

Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Photograph by Cecil Beaton, Beaton / Vogue / Condé Nast Archive. Copyright © Condé Nast

Special guests Harold Koda, Curator in Charge of the Costume Institute at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art; Jan Glier Reeder, Consulting Curator at the Costume Institute at the Met; and Charles James, Jr., heir to the Charles James estate, join host Bathsheba Monk to talk about the exhibit opening on May 8th at the Met, 'Charles James: Beyond Fashion.'

Koda and Reeder, co-authors of the exhibit's companion book by the same name, will also discuss the expanded and enhanced Costume Institute at the Met, which is being unveiled with this exhibit. (Original air-date 5/5/2014)