Land of Tomorrow offers up ‘Seven Exhibitions’ by local and regional artists
“Seven Exhibitions” is now on view at Land of Tomorrow gallery, and I’ve only got 700 words.
A Derby roundup
The Kentucky Derby is surrounded by tradition, so much so that many festivities repeat year after year.
Photo exhibit shows a glimpse of Kentucky between 1935 and 1943
A good photograph can stand the test of time.
ART+FM debuts its 24/7 programming
By definition, visual art is creativity that is seen. But some visual artists make work that is heard and not seen. Confused yet?
Smoketown Social Club hits the streets for positive change
When I went to meet artist-in-residence C. Ryan Patterson at St.
Exploring the origins of ‘GEN’
For someone who is energized by artwork rife with contemporary art references, there is big-city excitement in stopping by an exhibition space and finding conceptually strong work.
Weekly artist troupe serves up the ‘Breakfast Group Show’
“Oatmeal, please.” “Morning Muffin and coffee.” “I’ll have the Breakfast Special.” These food orders at The Café are shouted over six tables of conv
Donté K. Hayes’ exhibit strives for the American Dream
Donté K. Hayes’ exhibit at Garner Narrative is storytelling at its best: It is colorful and engaging, each piece’s name its own layer, indecipherable from the painting.
Daniel Pfalzgraf depicts 9/11 hijackers in new exhibit
We all know the names Timothy McVeigh and Adam Lanza, but how many of us can name the 9/11 hijackers?
As Hotel Louisville has a dual purpose in providing shelter for citizens at risk of being homeless in our city and serving conventional hotel clientele, so does the Anderson Chapel located inside i