The Republican Hairstylist - I thought that Marco Rubio did very well last night, but he looks so young. He should dye his hair gray like I do, to look older (I do it to look more di...
Feb 28, 2013
Short Notice, High Culture: A Tribute To Greg Weaver
For about ten years, mid 70's to 80's, Allentown was graced with a one man art machine. Greg Weaver studied at Carnegie Mellon and then returned to the Valley to become artist, promoter and inspiration to dozens of local artists. His large studios, which moved from one low rent location to another over the years, became hubs for innovation and social activity. He was very prolific with his work, and generous with his encouragement. This art "scene" cost the taxpayers nothing, it was done by artists, and it was real. Greg suffered from diabetes, and eventually lost his sight. Although blind. he continued to produce art and inspire people until his death in 1994. Several friends of Greg have collaborated to present a small sample of his work, Friday, March 8, 7-9 pm. The show will be held at the Bessesdotter Verksted, which is located on the third floor of 542 Hamilton Street. That same evening, the Antonio Salemme Foundation will be presenting the work of six women artists, one floor below.