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  • Help weave a community at Allentown Art Museum

    Try your hand at weaving and become a part of a community art project Sunday, Feb. 1 at the Allentown Art Museum. The museum is kicking off "Woven Welcome," a project that utilizes weaving as a way to connect individuals and groups through the...
  • Thursday: Northampton Community College faculty presents 'Red' at Allentown Art Museum

    Thursday: Northampton Community College faculty presents 'Red' at Allentown Art Museum
    Northampton Community College faculty presents "Red," a play by John Logan, 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29, at the Allentown Art Museum. Produced in conjunction with NCC Theatre Department's Bill Mutimer, an assistant professor of communications and theatre,...
  • Last call for pop art at Allentown Art Museum

    Landmark pop art that has graced the walls of the Allentown Art Museum this fall is coming down on Sunday. You have four more days to see "Robert Indiana: From A to Z" and "American Pop: The Prints." There are guided tours and events, and on Thursday...
  • NCC play about art to be performed at Allentown Art Museum

    It seems fitting that "Red," a play about art and an artist, should be performed at Allentown Art Museum. John Logan's Tony Award-winning play about painter Mark Rothko will be presented by the Northampton Community College Theater Department Thursday,...
  • A taste of 'Alphabet Soup' at Allentown Art Museum

    Experience the alphabet — from A to Z — in a novel way Sunday, Jan. 18, at the Allentown Art Museum. Art historian and performance artist James Weiss will present "Alphabet Soup," a family-friendly lecture/performance that responds to...
  • 'American Pop' makes splash at Allentown Art Museum

    From the Fabulous '40s through the Swinging '60s to now, Pop Art's style has endured. Earlier this year, the Allentown Art Museum explored the beginning of Pop Art's story in "British Pop Art Prints," which revealed how American Pop Art grew from a...
  • Downtown Allentown Arts group participates in Giving Tuesday Movement

    Downtown Allentown Arts group participates in Giving Tuesday Movement
    We all know the feeling: too much indulging on Thanksgiving, too much spending on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. So on Tuesday, consider giving. Giving Tuesday is a worldwide movement started by New York's 92nd Street Y in 2012 for the Tuesday after...
  • New dining experiences at Downtown Allentown Restaurant Week

    New dining experiences at Downtown Allentown Restaurant Week
      Allentown is holding its fourth Downtown Restaurant Week through Nov. 15, but it promises to be an entirely different experience. That’s because the new PPL Center has spurred development, including a crop of new restaurants. The dozen...
  • Winners of ArtPop Lehigh Valley billboard contest named

    Winners of ArtPop Lehigh Valley billboard contest named
    The work of six Lehigh Valley artists will be showcased on a grand scale throughout 2015 as Adams Outdoor Advertising launches its new ArtPop Lehigh Valley program in January. The winning artists, selected via a juried competition, will have their work on...
  • Allentown gift card sales top $88K, a sign of busier times?

    Allentown gift card sales top $88K, a sign of busier times?
    For years, most Christmas shoppers ignored downtown Allentown, but with new buildings and a new outlook, center city could be headed for a holiday turnaround. Now, people are giving the gift of Allentown. Sales of the city's AMP card, a gift card that...
  • David Mickenberg: Allentown arts groups embark on a quiet revolution

    David Mickenberg: Allentown arts groups embark on a quiet revolution
    Unknown and virtually unheralded, a quiet revolution has unfolded in Allentown over the past year. Few would have bet on it, many have hoped for it, some have suggested it, and yet others have thought it so important that they consider the future of the...