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Lowell Thomas and LUAG Exhibits with Melinda Moulton, Rick Moulton, and Dr. William Crow | LV Arts Salon

A timely documentary exploring Lowell Thomas and the rise of American broadcast journalism, as well as a vibrant new season of big questions and exciting arts programming at Lehigh University Art Galleries – all on this episode of Lehigh Valley Arts Salon.

Kate Scuffle welcomes Melinda and Rick Moulton, producers of the acclaimed PBS documentary Voice of America: Lowell Thomas and The Rise of Broadcast News, which will have a free director’s cut screening at Lehigh University on Sept. 16, along with a Q&A session with the Moultons.

Then Dr. William Crow, Director of the Lehigh University Art Galleries, shares LUAG’S fall offerings, from the community-curated exhibition What Matters Most to Starstruck: An American Tale, Shimon Attie’s exploration of Bethlehem's past and present as a microcosm of America.

Tune in to Lehigh Valley Arts Salon every Monday from 6:00 to 6:30 PM following All Things Considered.

(Original air-date: 8/29/22)

An actress, producer, writer and educator, Kate is the Managing Director of Selkie Theatre, and was the founding Executive Director of the award-winning Theatre Outlet. At The Outlet she produced several innovative performance series featuring new drama, music, dance and spoken word, as well as the Outlet’s Educational Outreach programs.
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