<ART>Thursday, April 6 & Friday, April 7‘Aesthetics of Large Format Photography’ As part of the show “AZO>CONTACT>PRINT,” photographers James Shanesy, Scott Killian, Steve Sherman and Joe Freeman (fellow exhibitor George Provost is unable to attend) will present the history and process of large format photography at U of L’s Ekstrom Library auditorium Thursday from 7-9 p.m. The artists will also be at the Paul Paletti Gallery during the First Friday Gallery Hop on April 7 from 5-9 p.m. “AZO>CONTACT>PRINT” is an exhibition of photographs produced from large format contact prints on Azo paper (it runs through May 31). Paletti originally curated the show for the Metropolitan Center for the Visual Arts in Rockville, Md. —Jo Anne TriplettPaul Paletti Gallery713 E. Market St.589-9254Free; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
BY JOSELLE VANDERHOOFTLike many writers in Kentucky Author Forums before her, former non-fiction author Sue Monk Kidd — who wrote best-selling novels “The Secret Life of Bees” and “The Mermaid Chair” — chose a fellow writer to interview her.
Grimace-worthyThe Coalition of Immokalee Workers brought their “McDonald’s Truth Tour” to the Second and Broadway Mickey Ds to protest poor working conditions and low pay for Florida tomato workers. The workers — the same folks who successfully gave Taco Hell what-for over the last couple years — are on a quest to make every shitty fast-food restaurant in America cough up fair wages for farm workers. Based on their track record, McD’s may want to get with the program. More info at: http://www.ciw-online.org/
The building that houses the Brick House, at the corner of Second and St. Catherine, still needs some aesthetic work, just like it did last year.
Iâ€™m walking walk down the dusty stretch that leads to the main firing line at Knob Creek Gun Range, wading through military, ex-military, militia, gun vendors and god knows who else. Itâ€™s easy to lose yourself amid the sporadic crackle of semi-automatic machine guns and the thunderous booms of antique cannons...
Writer and humorist David Sedaris has become Ira Glassâ€™ poster boy for whatâ€™s wrong with the newly (over)zealous Federal Communications Commission.
After the massive March 17 fire that destroyed a warehouse at 11th and Zane streets, there was widespread speculation that a small private club adjacent to the warehouse was an adult swingers club. Turns out that’s exactly what it is — or was — according to two sources who spoke to LEO on the condition of anonymity.
Who’s your daddy? Where did you read mid-February that UCLA would crash the Final Four? No need to spell it out. As for the rest of my bracket ... next topic.Iron Butterfly. Am I having one of those acid flashbacks they always promised us back in the day, or is that really “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” playing in the background of a Fidelity Mutual Funds commercial? Speaking of acid, did Memphis and UCLA play like they’d swallowed some purple microdot or what? U-G-L-Y. On the other hand, the Bruins are in the real Final Four, and your team probably isn’t.Sayonara J.J. For those who want one last moment with the college hoopster we all love to hate, check out: http://dukemo.ytmnd.com/. And if you need one mo’ Coach K commercial, check out this cartoon: www.newsobserver.com/content/multimedia/sports/coachkommercial/
<ART>Friday, March 31Big Bone Art Show You’ve been good for most of the week, and to show their appreciation, The Oddity Studios are throwing you a “Big Bone.” As part of the F.A.T. Friday festivities, the Big Bone Art Show will feature original artwork in all mediums. Fifteen artists are on board so far, and you’ll get a kick out of works like “The Dawn of Bone” by Bryan Renfro. Live music accompanies the artistic pleasantries, and each visitor receives a free copy of “The Herald Sparrow,” a new publication with joyously offbeat sensibilities. Enjoy looking at artwork you can’t afford (yet) and dream big. If your imagination needs some encouragement, the trolley hop wine is a nice starting point. —Matt MattinglyNancy’s Bagel Grounds 2101 Frankfort Ave.599-6576Free; 6-9 p.m.
You’re young and you’ve got something to say. How do you say it? If you’re an artist, your art does the talking for you.