Photography

George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome artistic photographer Lydia Panas to discuss her latest work, "The Middle School Project". Created in conjunction with Communities in Schools of the Lehigh Valley, "The Middle School Project" features photographs of South Mountain Middle School students on 11 outdoor Lehigh Valley bus shelters throughout the month of May.

(Original air-date: 5/9/2016)

Check out photographs from The Middle School Project here.

The Hillcrest Camera Club on LV Arts Salon

Mar 15, 2016

Butch and Linda VanSeters from the Hillcrest Camera Club join Lehigh Valley Arts Salon host Silagh White live in the studio to discuss their passion for photography and their organization which is one of the oldest camera clubs in New Jersey.

(Original air-date: 03/07/16)

Allentown Art Museum President, David Mickenberg, and Elaine Mehalakes, AAM Vice President for Curatorial and Education, join George Miller and Kate Scuffle to talk about the upcoming exhibition "This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement", and the exciting community programming and partnerships surrounding it.

(Original air-date: 1/11/2016)

Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Elaine Zelker, a former nurse, current photographer, and author of The Hand-Some Journey - Portraits of Elders Reflecting on Their Life's Journey to discuss the new book featuring stories introduced by a photograph of their hands holding something special that is a symbol of their life story.

(Original Air-Date 07/20/15)

Allentown Art Museum Director David Mickenberg joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle for a wide-ranging conversation about the Museum's fall exhibits, Robert Indiana from A to Z, American Pop: The Prints, and Building the Arena: Photography by Theo Anderson.

(Original air-date 11/10/2014)

Philadelphia Photographers: 1975 - 1985

Nov 14, 2014

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.

Photographer Lydia Panas on LV Arts Salon

Oct 13, 2014

Host Bill Dautremont-Smith welcomes photographer Lydia Panas. Her new exhibition, After Sargent, opens Wednesday, October 8th at Muhlenberg College. Panas has produced a seemingly simple yet complex and evocative body of large-format portraits inspired by iconic American portraitist John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), particularly his well known and beautifully ambiguous painting The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit, 1882.

(Original air-date 10/06/2014)

Photographer Marco Calderon on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon

May 20, 2014

Kenn Michael speaks with Lehigh Valley photographer Marco Calderon about his latest exhibition "Fighters." (Original air-date 5/19/2014)