Visually Speaking: this week’s art news and events

[The above image is “Homecoming” by Windi Rosson at garner narrative contemporary fine art.]

Art news
Louisville Visual Art has moved its offices from its former site at 609 W. Main St. to its new building at 1538 Lytle St.

Chris Reitz has been named the new gallery director of U of L’s Hite Art Institute. He will also direct the Critical and Curatorial Studies academic program.

Top art events
The Carnegie Center’s next Lunch & Learn program is “The Civil War Illustrations of Captain Adolph G. Metzner” with author and historian Michael A. Peake. He is author of the book “Blood Shed In This War, Civil War Illustrations by Captain Adolph Metzner, 32nd Indiana.” Tuesday, Sept. 15 from 12-1 p.m. This program is free but registration is required at 812-944-7336 (carnegiecenter.org).

“SMUT 100 Filthy Drawings” by Yoko Molotov at OPEN, 2801 S. Floyd St., on Sept. 19 (yokomolotov.net).

Allen Rhody Kohnhorst at Lettersong Studio & Gallery, 1501 Story Ave., through Sept. 21 (lettersongstudio.com)

“Americanimals” by Windi Rosson at garner narrative contemporary fine art, 642 E. Market St., through Sept. 30 (garnernarrative.com).

“Project 9: New Narrative” exhibition at Zephyr Gallery, 610 E. Market St., through Oct. 31 (zephyrgallery.org).