Host Charles James interviews Michael Lerman from the Philadelphia Film Festival, happening October 18-28. He also talks with Ryan Hill about the Artsquest Greater Lehigh Valley Filmmakers Festival, happening November 2-4.
Host Lydia Panas discusses the upcoming Walker Evans and the American Social Landscape Photographers exhibit at the Allentown Art Museum , with curator, Diane Fischer and art collector, David Sestak, whose photographs grace the exhibit. During the second segment she will speak with Kiki Nienaber, director of FUSE, an organization bringing experimental art to alternative spaces in the Lehigh Valley.
Host Silagh White discusses the Local Arts Index with Muhlenberg Professor Roland Kushner. The Local Arts Index is a tool created to better understand the characteristics of the cultural life of communities. The conversation will center around why this data matters to artists, and arts lovers. Listeners may wish to refer to this website during the show: http://www.artsindexusa.org/local-arts-index.
Jayne Anne Recker, Executive Director of the Celtic Cultural Alliance, joins host George Miller and Kate Scuffle to the program. The CCA's Celtic Classic is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and Jayne shares some highlights for this year's festival, happening September 28-30 in Historic Bethlehem.
Can you really have a meadow in a small, urban backyard? You bet! In this Lehigh Valley Arts Salon, listen to author Catherine Zimmerman, and Edge of the Woods Native Plant Nursery's Louise Shaefer, as they discuss Catherine's new book, Urban and Suburban Meadows, Bringing Meadowscaping to Big and Small Spaces.
Hosts Jack Adams welcomes Patrick Brogan of ArtsQuest, and musician Craig Thatcher to the program to discuss The Blast Furnace Blues Festival, happening September 14-16 at the ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem.
As the summer and the arts festival season draws to an end, Lehigh Valley Arts Salon hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle talk with Lehigh University’s Andrew Chupa, who has just returned from a summer studying with the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin as well as attending the world-renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival. They talk about what’s new on the world stage, as well as a sneak preview of Lehigh’s upcoming theatre season, where Andrew will be both acting and directing.