Louisville is still in the running for the American Craft Council relocation, according to Carmen Hickerson, VP of communications and public affairs at Greater Louisville Inc.
Speed acquires a piece of Dorothy and Herbert Vogel’s infamous collection
I was recently introduced to the game of “what five pieces of art would you want,” a variation of the “stranded on a desert island” question. I was stumped.
The Louisville Visual Art Association is hosting workshops on art marketing led by artist and marketing consultant Paula Cundiff. $10 for LVAA members, $15 for non-members.
Artist is part of the U of L BFA exhibit
Art shows should have more cookouts.
A Derby roundup
’Tis the season. No, not that season — the other time of reverence in Kentucky, the Derby. Artists are bursting with depictions of horses, hooch and hats.
Cathy Bailey was the U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Latvia from 2005-2008.
Artist Pat Gallagher offers up the 10 most inspirational women of Louisville in new exhibit
It wasn’t the fact that the stranger asked for his doodle that surprised him; it was the way he held it.
Pat Gallagher on the 10 Most Inspirational Women in Louisville (plus one)
“Comfort of Integrity”
Jennifer Brunner turned to art to cope with cancer
Happy ending first: Jennifer Brunner is a beautiful, purple-haired pixie in a plaid jacket walking between the tall oaks on U of L’s main campus toward the coffee shop where we are meet
Sculptor Brad White’s path has been a learning curve
Sculptor Brad White is used to controversy, difficulties and censorship. Not that he likes it.