Issue April 21, 2009

Art News

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. To register, call 896-2146 x100.

The Kentucky Foundation for Women is seeking feminist social change artists for their 2009 Hopscotch House Summer Residency Program. There are 1-2 week residencies for visual, performing literary and media artists. Stipends are available. Deadline: April 24. Download the application form and stipend request form at www.kfw.org/hophouse.html.

Architect Steve Wiser is leading a historic walking tour of Cave Hill Cemetery, 701 Baxter Ave., on May 3 at 1 p.m. $25. Presented by the Cave Hill Heritage Foundation, 451-5630, www.cavehillcemetery.com.

The Arts Council of Southern Indiana is organizing a directory of artists and arts organizations in Southern Indiana. For more details, contact Toni Upchurch at toniacsi@gmail.com, www.artscouncilsi.org, (812) 949-6937.

Orders are now being taken at the Chapman-Friedman Gallery for the limited edition book of poems and illustrations, “Snowy Owl Gathers in Her Trove” by Nana Lampton. The edition of 275 is $200. Call 468-9393 for more information.  

 

Call for art:

VSA Arts of Kentucky is seeking artists to work with children with various disabilities in their SIDE BY SIDE program. A collaborative work of art will be exhibited along with one of your original works and a piece by your student partner. Stipend: $50 per student. Contact Ginny Miller, Executive Director, at (877) 417-9594, ginny.miller@bellsouth.net, www.vsartsky.org.

The 2009 St. James Court Art Show poster competition is under way. The entry fee is $20. Award: $1,000. Deadline: June 12. For more info, visit www.stjamescourtartshow.com.