Lehigh Valley Arts Salon

Hosts Kate Scuffle and George Miller explore what’s new and not-to-be-missed on some of our Lehigh Valley stages for 2013-14, talking with Emma Chong of Touchstone Theatre in Bethlehem, and Bill Mutimer of the Northampton Community College Theatre Department.  (Original air date October 14, 2013.)

This week's host Bill Dautremont-Smith discusses the new "American Wildlife Art" exhibition that has just opened at the Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley with John Pepper, Adult Programs Coordinator at the Museum.  Also contributing to the discussion are Dr. Diane Husic, of the Nurture Nature Centre and also Professor of Biological Sciences at Moravian College, and Dr. Barbara Malt, of the Lehigh Valley Audubon Society and also Professor of Psychology at Lehigh University; Drs.

Bathsheba Monk welcomes Edward P. Jones as a special guest on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon in anticipation of his October 1 appearance at the Zoellner Center’s Notation Series.  Jones, the New York Times bestselling author of two collections of short stories as well as a novel, has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, the National Book Critics Circle award, the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the PEN/Hemingway Award, the Lannan Literary Award and he received a MacArthur Fellowship in 2004.  (Original air date September 30, 2013.)

Celtic Classic on Arts Salon

Sep 24, 2013

The Celtic Classic festival celebrates all things Celtic this coming weekend - great music, food, crafts, dance, heritage and more - and hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle and their festival guests will share what's new, what's back, and what you just can't miss. (Original air date September 23, 2013.)

George Miller and Kate Scuffle on Arts Salon

Sep 17, 2013

The tables are turned as George Miller and Kate Scuffle move to the other side of the desk as tonight’s guests on the program. They’ll be talking about their production at the recent Galway Fringe Festival, as well as George’s direction of a radio play of the winner at the Scripts Festival in Ireland. (Original air date September 16, 2013.)

2012 Tribute to the Arts Awards on Arts Salon

Sep 10, 2013

Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle talk with Mary Mulder from Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission about their 2012 Tribute to the Arts awards recipients, including Jeff Boerner of the Fab Lab at NCC, recognized for its groundbreaking work in bringing ideas of craft and science to life. (Original air date September 9, 2013.)

New Season at Zoellner on Arts Salon

Aug 27, 2013

Zoellner Center for the Arts has unveiled an exciting new season, and Artistic Director Deb Sacarakis and Administrative Director Andrew Cassano join hosts George and Kate to talk about the highlights. (Original air date August 26, 2013.)

Eastern PA Arts Alliance on Arts Salon

Aug 21, 2013

Host Silagh White welcomes Kim Plyer of the Eastern PA Arts Alliance to tonight’s program. They’ll be talking about the organization, created three-and-a-half years ago, to support local arts organizations. They’ll also be chatting with several of the five inaugural grant recipients which include Touchstone Theatre, Mock Turtle Marionette Theater, Pennsylvania Youth Theatre, Zoellner Arts Center and Godfrey Daniels. (Original air date August 19, 2013.)

The Musical Ark on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon

Aug 15, 2013

Kate and George welcome renowned wood-turning artist & Moravian Academy teacher Michael Brolly, who will talk about his international summer projects, the "Improvisations on the Theme of an Irish Wall" in Carlow, Ireland and The Musical Ark, the very special boat he and his Moravian students have built and traveled.  They will also chat with representatives from Allentown Public Theatre about their latest production "Pinocchio", which plays over the next two weekends at St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Allentown. (Original air date August 12, 2013.)

El Sistema on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon

Aug 8, 2013

Host Silagh White welcomes Steven Liu, director of El Sistema Lehigh Valley. The organization, operated by the Allentown Symphony Association, provides instruments and teaches classical music to underprivileged youth in the Lehigh Valley. (Orignal air date August 5, 2013.)