21c exhibits spark empathy, distress and discussion
Eleven years, nine months and three days. That’s how long the United States has been at war, ever since George W. Bush declared a war on terror in October 2001.
Stroll through the grounds of U of L for a fresh public art sighting — Russell Vogt’s ‘Red Reeds’
Last week, walking through the University of Louisville’s Belknap campus, I noticed a Russell Vogt sculpture southeast of the library.
New Albany's Bicentennial Series
In 2009, when New Albany began a multi-year public art project to celebrate its bicentennial four years later, it was hard to know what to expect.
Zephyr Gallery presents 11 of our finest local artists
If you are looking to become more familiar with local artists, the group show “RHQRDWBWTHR” at Zephyr Gallery is a great place to start.
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.