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NRD Ep. 85: Lehigh Art Alliance Brings Local Artists Together

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NRD Ep. 85: Lehigh Art Alliance Brings Local Artists Together
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Creating art is something that is often done in isolation, but art is inspired by the world around us, which is why it’s important for many artists to feel a sense of community. One highly-respected Lehigh Valley organization, Lehigh Art Alliance, has been providing that for more than 80 years.

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NRD Ep. 77: Allentown Art Museum–A Treasure Worth Discovering

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On Episode 77 of No Rain Date we’re joined by two people who help connect our community with art as part of the work they do at the Allentown Art Museum: Amanda Lovell, the museum’s Director of Public Engagement, and AAM’s Youth & Family Education & Programs Coordinator, Nicole Mangold.

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NRD Ep. 65: Lehigh University Art Galleries Director William Crow

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On Episode 65 of No Rain Date, we’re joined by William B. Crow, PhD, who is Director of Lehigh University Art Galleries (LUAG) as well as a professor of practice at the school.

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No Rain Date Ep. 63: ‘Design After Dark’ Invests Community in Art

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On Episode 63 of No Rain Date, we’re joined by Lindsey Jancay, Director of Collections & Programming for Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites, and Qbah Fernandez, a Bethlehem-born entrepreneur and content creator who will curate the July 30 Design After Dark event, “Third Culture Child.”

The Art Establishment, Special Visions

In Art Establishment’s Special Visions Show, Special Artists Shine

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The Art Establishment’s annual Special Visions art show will be held as a virtual event in 2021 in response to the ongoing COVID pandemic. The show features work by artists with special needs, and it is held each March in observance of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.