Photographer Keith Perks shoots and designs promos on compressed schedule in downtown Scranton
When a new album hits stores and a musician begins the publicity cycle, there is so much focus on the finished product that few are privy to all the previous preparation behind the scenes. From the album cover to the promotional photos, every image must represent the artist and set the stage for the performances […]
Every few months, Synaesthesia Social has a jazz and poetry night, blending these arts together as the Beat poets once did with its own unique spin. On Sunday, Dec. 14 at the Olde Brick Theatre in Scranton, Doug’s Myth – made up of Doug Smith on the upright bass, Chelsea Smarr on the harp, Nick […]
This episode has a lot of great stuff in it. Maybe not great, but good stuff. All right, there’s stuff in it. There’s history, penises, New Year’s resolutions, and fears about being an art teacher. I make a lot of lofty promises. Make sure to tune in next week to see me not fulfilling those […]
Pieces of history will be auctioned off on Saturday, Jan. 3 in Archbald
As everyone looks forward to 2015, a collection of old photos that is about to be sold at auction takes a leap back almost 100 years and gives the public a chance to see a very different and largely undeveloped Northeastern Pennsylvania once again. The photos at Savo Auctioneers in Archbald, which were allegedly picked […]
This week, we’re discussing salient social issues that matter to you. No, just kidding. I’m ranting about things that don’t matter at all. Deal with it. This podcast is full of complaints and negativity. I might have forgotten to talk about art. Maybe. It’s good, though, so listen. I said listen, damnit!
First Night Scranton schedule of events includes music, magic, art, face painting, poetry, clowns, and more
First Night Scranton is back tomorrow night to ring in the New Year with a patriotic theme, and there’s a wide variety of things to do for all ages. The alcohol-free celebration of arts and culture is in its 16th year, and patrons are encouraged, though not required, to wear red, white, and blue this […]
This week, I express deep sadness regarding Taco Bell, draw emotional pieces involving whales, and explore cultural differences between Japan and the U.S.A. This is exactly what all of my teachers feared would happen.
I accidentally deleted an hour-long podcast I recorded. Consider yourself lucky. As a bonus episode this week, here’s a shorter version recorded under duress and under the influence. Merry Christmas.
This week, I’m drawing deer. You can find out why in my first podcast, embedded below. Do I really need a reason though? I don’t. Deer are wonderful, noble creatures who we occasionally eat or draw because they’re delicious or beautiful, respectively.
Watch the illustrated posters for a production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ come together step by step with live actors
Any actor tasked with embodying a character in a production as iconic as “A Christmas Carol” is challenging enough, but what about having to stand still, not saying a word, and still being instantly recognizable to any audience? That’s exactly what the actors in a local production of Charles Dickens’ holiday classic did last month […]