ART NEWS BITS
An artists’ breakfast is open to all visual artists to network — every Thursday at 9 a.m. at The Café, 712 Brent St.
Ceramicist Amy Potter has moved her studio to 741 E. Chestnut St.
Creative Diversity Art Studio’s (107 S. Ewing Ave., www.creativediversity.org) Annual Chili Supper and Benefit will be held during the Oct. 31 F.A.T. Friday.
Gallery NuLu has moved to 732 E. Market St.
Visiting artist/art historian demos and lectures (free unless noted):
Nov. 6: Alison Knowles and Hannah Higgins, “Fluxus with Tools, or Bon Appétit” performance/lecture, 6 p.m., Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. Third St., 634-2700, www.art.louisville.edu.
Nov. 11: Christopher Thomas, “The Lincoln Memorial” lecture, 6 p.m., Speed Art Museum.
Nov. 13: Jamie Horwitz, “Sustainable Architecture” lecture, 6 p.m., Speed Art Museum.
Now through Dec. 18: Margaret Semrau, metalworker, artist-in-residence at Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, 715 W. Main St., 589-0102, www.kentuckyarts.org, $5.
Call for artists:
Paul Paletti Gallery (www.paulpalettigallery.com) is seeking work from local photographers for The Affordable Art Show. Deadline is Nov. 14.
Derby City Espresso (myspace.com/derbycityespresso.com) is presenting the second annual “Deck the Halls” and is looking for artists to create skateboard deck art. Deadline is Dec. 1.
ART ECOLOGY (www.artecologyllc.com) is accepting submissions from visual artists for exhibition, promotion and sales of their work.
The Kentucky Girlhood Project (www.kygirlhoodproject.blogspot.com) is requesting work from Kentucky female visual artists, writers, musicians and performance and video artists for the 2009 Kentucky Girlhood Project at Murray State University. Deadline is Nov. 15.
Actors Theatre (www.actorstheatre.org) is accepting entries for its African-American Art Exhibition. Deadline is Nov. 14.