Matt Weir’s interpretations at Actors Theatre
If you are the kind of person who hates reading subtitles, Matt Weir’s sculpture show “Anthropocene’ya…ass” at Actors Theatre of Louisville is not for you.
‘The Essential New Art Examiner’
Edited by Terri Griffith, Kathryn Born and Janet Koplos. Northern Illinois University Press; 350 pgs., $22.50.
New photography publication hits the stands
A new photography magazine, THIS ... is Louisville, comes out this month. LEO Weekly spoke with creator Maggie Huber about the publication.
Exhibit documents Kentucky culture 35 years ago
The 1970s were a time of navel-gazing. Thank goodness for this collective inward turn — it furthered the concepts and conversations for various civil rights groups (minorities, gays, women).
Paige Greene is an energetic young woman who lights up a room like a birthday cake studded with sparklers.
Faulkner Gallery offers up ‘Holiday Artist Showcase’
With the New Year approaching, we naturally take a moment to acknowledge the people who have made the last year successful.
A roundup of local holiday shows
’Tis the season for shopping, and if you can’t find a location to support visual artists during the holidays, you’re just not looking.
The Speed offers four temporary exhibits
Rainy days are meant for being indoors. Choose your location wisely if given the chance. One recent heavy downpour presented me with the opportunity to spend an afternoon at the Speed Art Museum.
When Korean painter Hye-Young Go came to the United States, she was disappointed with the state of Korean art in America.
A look at the documentary series “Why Quilts Matter"
Shelly Zegart is known around these parts as “The Quilt Lady.” As a founding director of The Kentucky Quilt Project and The Alliance for American Quilts, she helped document quilt histo