Events Calendar

Events for Easton and surrounding area
for the next 10 days

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Events for 2/20/18 (Tuesday)
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
Events for 2/21/18 (Wednesday)
RIOULT DANCE NY
CONTACT: 610-330-5009   |    EMAIL
Exceptionally prescient, always electrifying, dance artist Pascal Rioult's ever-expanding oeuvre has produced some of the most memorable works of the Show More...past 20 years, his Bolero among them. In Women on the Edge, Rioult confronts the Trojan War, defying a history habitually recounted through the exploits of men, by placing center stage the key figures most often pushed to the margin-Iphigenia, Helen, and Cassandra. In this triptych, stories of grace, strength, and resilience are rendered in a contemporary light against newly commissioned music by American composers Michael Torke, Aaron Kernis, and Richard Danielpour.. ...Show Less
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
National Museum of Industrial History, 602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (map)
Date: 1/24/18-3/11/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
Events for 2/22/18 (Thursday)
NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH
CONTACT: 610-865-6665   |    EMAIL
When an assistant bank manager and his new bride send a mail order for Scandinavian glassware and receive Scandinavian pornography the two must contend Show More...with a veritable flood of photographs, books, films and eventually girls!. ...Show Less
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
National Museum of Industrial History, 602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (map)
Date: 1/24/18-3/11/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
Events for 2/23/18 (Friday)
MENTALIST INSIDE YOUR MIND AT EDGE RESTAURANT
CONTACT: 610-814-0100   |    EMAIL
Want to create memories of powerful mystery, suspense, joy, and wonder? Edge Restaurant in Bethlehem is bringing in a national mentalist who has been Show More...featured on Fox News and performed at the global headquarters of Johnson & Johnson, Majestic Theater, and Dial Corporation. There's no admission fee because the restaurant already paid for you to enjoy it! Come out to Edge Restaurant between 7pm and 9pm on Friday to receive a personalized entertainment act right at your table! We're not kidding. There are no catches. A brief act will be specifically for your own table of guests!

Mark your calendar for 7pm on any Friday for this address: Edge, 74 W Broad Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018. ...Show Less
NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH
The Pennsylvania Playhouse, Illicks Mill Road, Bethlehem, PA 18017 (map)
Date: 2/22/18-2/25/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 610-865-6665   |    EMAIL
When an assistant bank manager and his new bride send a mail order for Scandinavian glassware and receive Scandinavian pornography the two must contend Show More...with a veritable flood of photographs, books, films and eventually girls!. ...Show Less
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
National Museum of Industrial History, 602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (map)
Date: 1/24/18-3/11/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
Events for 2/24/18 (Saturday)
NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH
CONTACT: 610-865-6665   |    EMAIL
When an assistant bank manager and his new bride send a mail order for Scandinavian glassware and receive Scandinavian pornography the two must contend Show More...with a veritable flood of photographs, books, films and eventually girls!. ...Show Less
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
National Museum of Industrial History, 602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (map)
Date: 1/24/18-3/11/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
Events for 2/25/18 (Sunday)
NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH
CONTACT: 610-865-6665   |    EMAIL
When an assistant bank manager and his new bride send a mail order for Scandinavian glassware and receive Scandinavian pornography the two must contend Show More...with a veritable flood of photographs, books, films and eventually girls!. ...Show Less
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
National Museum of Industrial History, 602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (map)
Date: 1/24/18-3/11/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
HOW IT WORKS: MAPPING THE GROWTH OF BETHLEHEM STEEL
602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (map)
Date: 2/25/18 Time: 2pm    WEBSITE     Sponsored by: National Museum of Industrial History
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
Since the inception of heavy industry, maps have been a vital tool in recording and understanding enterprises that could span miles. In this special presentation, Show More...we will pull several historic maps of the Bethlehem, PA, plant of Bethlehem Steel out of the archives and take a close look at them to trace the growth of Bethlehem Steel. In the process we will also identify the spots on the plant maps that mark long lost places such as tunnels, a residential neighborhood, and even an island.
Admission for this special "How It Works" tours is $5 in addition to regular museum admission.. ...Show Less
Events for 2/26/18 (Monday)
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
Events for 2/27/18 (Tuesday)
DANISH STRING QUARTET
CONTACT: 610-330-5009   |    EMAIL
The accomplished Danish String Quartet commands the great works of quartet literature with exceptional energy and an uncommonly fresh approach. Hailed Show More...for its impeccable technique, intonation, and balance, the quartet brings dynamic new understanding to Bartók's Quartet No. 1 and Beethoven's Quartet No. 7 on its Williams Center debut. Selections from its 2013 release Wood Works-centuries-old Scandinavian folk tunes, arranged for string quartet-will astonish and gratify. "Theirs is playing of unusual, and unusually effective, liberty. When at their best, their tone throbs with joy" (The New York Times).. ...Show Less
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
National Museum of Industrial History, 602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (map)
Date: 1/24/18-3/11/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
Events for 2/28/18 (Wednesday)
DANÚ
CONTACT: 610-330-5009   |    EMAIL
Unequivocally enchanting, these seven superlative musicians from counties Waterford, Cork, Dublin, and Donegal have produced nine award-winning recordings Show More...and a multitude of fans on both sides of the Atlantic. Danú's high-energy pluck bursts forth in exuberant slides, reels, jigs, and hornpipes, then plunges deep within the soul of Ireland to rend the heart with the most affecting ballads. Returning to the Williams Center is the young and abundantly decorated vocalist Nell Ní Chróinin, a luminous performer of the sean-nós style-the highly ornamented form of unaccompanied traditional Irish singing.. ...Show Less
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
National Museum of Industrial History, 602 E 2nd St, Bethlehem, PA 18015 (map)
Date: 1/24/18-3/11/18 WEBSITE
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less
Events for 3/1/18 (Thursday)
THE IMPOSSIBLY REAL ART OF PETER MAIER
CONTACT: 610-694-6644   |    EMAIL
The National Museum of Industrial History is hosting an exhibit of the "Impossibly Real" art of Lehigh Valley artist Peter Maier from January 24th to Show More...March 11th.
Peter Maier has had a very interesting and unique career. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Maier was first involved in Fine Art in his freshman year as assistant to sculptor Robert Mallary for a work commissioned by architect Phillip Johnson for the New York State Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair - as well as being involved in Industrial Design.
Maier went on to enjoy a distinguished career as an Automobile Designer. Being one of the youngest ever to be hired by GM, Maier rose in the ranks to become Senior Designer for Cadillac, Pontiac and Chevrolet Motor Divisions, thereby becoming part of an elite group. Maier left the security of his position at GM in 1980-and although approached by other major automotive firms-embarked on a journey to pursue his passion as a Fine Artist on his own.
Working on hi-tech fabricated aluminum panels and utilizing a state-of-the-art waterborne paint, Maier developed a unique technique and multi-layering process that combines industrial paint technology with traditional brush work. This process, along with the experimental paint, gives the artwork a 3-dimensional effect which cannot be achieved or duplicated with traditional paint mediums. Referring to an ArtNews article by Barbara A. MacAdam, "The paintings appear to be impossibly real.". ...Show Less

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