CRAFT(s) Gallery presents ‘Art in the Loo’ in the loo
Why do people love art? I suspect it’s because it gets us out of the dreariness of everyday existence.
Kaviar Forge & Gallery changes up the traditional nude exhibition
I see naked people.
Sip on a little bourbon-inspired art
You don’t even need to have set foot in Kentucky to be aware of its love affair with bourbon.
Local artist apologizes, asks for leniency
In a move that shocked street artists and meteorologists alike, the man behind the popular “Brrr” street tag has been arrested and charged with wanton weather provocation.
Block Party pedals a new gallery space
Meet Ethel, the greeter at Block Party Handmade Boutique.
Louisville’s art scene continues to transform, reshape and sustain
Louisville’s music and dining scenes have garnered attention for a long time, but only in recent years has the city’s local art received similar recognition.
Elijah Pierce’s folk art is celebrated at KMAC
Folk art. While that term is heartwarming and approachable, it doesn’t really explain what type of art it is. After all, we’re all folks.
‘We’ll Wear a Jolly Crown’ explores life and death
For many Louisvillians, mention of the Speed Art Museum calls up memories of school field trips and afternoons with Grandma, taking in the Monets.
Huff Gallery’s six-artist invitational explores sustainability and natural environment
Sustainability has become a buzzword.
Vallorie Henderson teaches you how to make your art a business
Vallorie Henderson is an acclaimed textile artist, but it’s her job at the Kentucky Small Business Development Center that caught my attention.