Great art is often the product of a singular vision by a determined and talented artist. But some argue that greater art represents many, both cohesive and conflicting, visions by several determined and talented artists. It is the latter goal that “Human Abstract” hopes to achieve. The show opens at The Kentucky Center next week, a collaboration between the Louisville Ballet, musician Adam Starr and Louisville Visual Art, a local nonprofit that strives to bring visual arts education, community outreach and artist support to our community. “Human Abstract” is choreographed by Lucas Jervies, with music by Starr, and designs from many local visual artists, Tiffany Carbonneau, Andrew Cozzens and Ezra Kellerman, who work in several different mediums.
Wednesday, FEB. 22–26The Kentucky Center
8 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday, and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday | $35-$45