ART: 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous: Art, Fashion & Luxury in the Gilded Age'

I love to time travel.


ART: Dia de los Muertos on display

If you’re a person who thinks Halloween should be a federal holiday, don’t despair now that it’s over, especially if you have a skeleton or Frida Kahlo costume.


CULTURE: Dia de los Muertos altars to be placed along South Fourth Street

The Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) celebration and the colorful folk art surrounding the ancient Mexican holiday have become increasingly popular in the States and throughout the world.


ART: ‘Abstract in Kentucky’

Abstract art’s nickname is “I don’t get it.” This possible disconnect between art and viewer can keep it at arm’s length. It doesn’t have to be that way.


‘Ritual & Residue: The Art of Drink’

On my way to the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft to see “Ritual & Residue: The Art of Drink,” I heard “Raise Your Glass” by Pink on the radio.


CULTURE: IdeaFestival capital, creativity and glamour for art-loving folks

For art-loving folks, the IdeaFestival has become our Kentucky Derby, with anticipation building up all year. What international artists are coming to speak this year? What art will we see?


ART: 'Preaching to the Converted' by Bill Pusztai

I am not a Roman Catholic but I have friends who are.


Some of our favorite artist...

This qualifies as one of the longest exhibition titles ever: “Some of our favorites artists who are current & former gallery/studio directors who are producing absolutely FABULOUS art!&rd


Profile: Potter Patrick Rademaker

The wheel spins. Sprinkles of water and clay residue spray off as potter Patrick Rademaker molds a shapeless piece of clay into a pot, plate, mug, bowl or any sort of creation he can think up.


Profile: Ceramicist and 
textile artist 
Elmer Lucille Allen

Sometimes I think just getting off the sofa qualifies as an Olympic event.