The Morning Call (Sunday)
NEWARTS PROGRAM, 173W. Main St., Kutztown. 610-6836440. Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti: Expansive exhibition and sale of original paintings curated by artist/poet Patricia Goodrich commemorating the 11th anniversary of the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake that devastated much of Haiti. Opening reception, 6-9 p.m. Jan. 15. Through April 17. newartsprogram.org.
ALLENTOWNARTMUSEUM,31 N. Fifth St., Allentown. 610432-4333. Prints and Protest, 1960-1970: Explores artists’ diverse responses to causes such as the Civil Rights and antiwar movements. Through April 25. allentownartmuseum.org.
ARTS & CULTURAL COUNCIL OFBUCKS COUNTY, 275 Swamp Road, Newtown. Bucks County Wish You Were Here:
Online small works exhibition by regionbal artists capturing the essence of Bucks County covered bridges, historical venues, museums and cultural centers, street fronts, rolling hillsides, farmlands, lakes, river views, broad vistas, more. Through Jan. 31. bucksarts.org.
BRADBURY-SULLIVAN LBGT COMMUNITYCENTER POPUPGALLERY, 21 N. Seventh St., Allentown Arts Walk, Allentown. 610-347-9988. #MascFem: New paintings by Broadway makeup artist Joe Dulude II. Through Jan. 15. bradburysullivancenter.org.
DAVINCI SCIENCE CENTER, 3145 Hamilton Boulevard Bypass, Allentown. 484-6641002. Under the Canopy: Animals of the Rainforest: Exhibit introduces visitors to 15 different species of rainforest animals including lizards, snakes, and a two-toed sloth. Advance reservations required. Through Jan. 31. davincisciencecenter.org.
EASTSTROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY, MADELON POWERS GALLERY, 200 Prospect St., East Stroudsburg. The Sally Project: Online exhibition features local and national artists, writers, performers, and historians intrigued by women like Sarah “Sally”Hemings, the mixedrace slave woman who had six children with Thomas Jefferson, whose lives have been erased or marginalized. Through May 31. esu. edu.
GALLERY ONFOURTH, 401 Northampton St., Easton. 610-905-4627. Holiday Mixer:
An eclectic group exhibition of paintings, photography, mixed media collage and fiber art featuring artists Kailey Atkinson, Deborah Bolanowski, Sean Carney, Carithanne Cushman, Al Kratzer, Kevin Lynn, Am Schmidt and Terry L. Wolfson. Through Jan. 30. galleryonfourth.org.
LOWERMACUNGIE LIBRARY, 3450 Brookside Road,
Macungie. 610-966-6864. Paintings: Catherine Rhoades. Through Jan. 31.
MORAVIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1740 GRAYCOTTAGE, 214 E. Center St., Nazareth. 610-759-5070. Christmas in Miniature: 100 years of Moravian Nativities: Miniature display tells the Christmas
story featuring objects from the 1850s Morris putz, a selection of rarely seen objects from the historic Jennie Trein collection, the Kleintop Family putz, the 1950’s Kelly Family putz, and the Sullivan collection. Through Jan. 17. moravianhistory.org.
NEWHOPEARTS, 2 Stockton Ave., NewHope. Works in Wood:
Functional and non-functional works, studio furniture, turnings, constructions, sculpture and vessels in which artists use wood as their primary media. In-Gallery and virtual exhibition and sale. Through Jan. 10. newhopearts.org.
THEACADEMYOFNATURAL SCIENCES, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia. 215-299-1000. Permian Monsters: Life Before the Dinosaurs: Step back in time 290 million years to when bizarrelooking creatures dominated life on land and sea, and dinosaurs had not yet evolved. Through May 2. ansp.org.
THE READING PUBLIC MUSEUM, 500 Museum Road, Reading. 610-371-5850. Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray: An intimate look at Frida Kahlo, Mexico’s most prolific and well-known female artist, through the photographic lens of her long-time friend and lover, Nickolas Muray. Through
Jan. 18. readingpublicmuseum.org.