New statue ties Lincoln to Louisville
We know how Abraham Lincoln began (born in a log cabin) and how he ended.
First-ever Visual Arts Festival focuses on C.J. Pressma
When the dust settles after this weekend’s kick-off of the first-ever Louisville Visual Arts Festival (LVAF), it’ll mark the first time that more than 35 local galleries and museu
The U of L Photographic Archives Gallery features famous Siskind shot in latest exhibit
A group of people of various ages sitting in a kitchen — not exactly the most riveting image. It’s an average event, a moment that happens many times a day around the world.
Louisville Clay is presenting a ceramics workshop with Seth Payne on Friday and Saturday, May 22-23, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. both days.
New exhibit explores effect consumer culture has on spirituality
Drive down any good stretch of rural highway in America, and your view is peppered with billboards and marquees directing you to “Eat at Joe’s,” “Test Drive a New Acura&rdqu
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.