Visually Speaking: this week’s art news and events

[The above image is “Family of Miners” by Milton Rogovin at UofL’s Hite Art Institute.]

Art news
The Fund for the Arts has hired its first impact officer. Kat Abner will develop a framework and set of tools to measure outcomes as well as track, communicate and increase the impact of the arts across the region (

Top art events
The art reuse store Good Garbage, along with Habitat ReStore and Louisville Metro’s Office of Sustainability, is proclaiming Tuesday, Oct. 20 to be Louisville Reuse Day and the week thereof, Louisville Reuse Week (

“The Future is Unwritten” at Revelry, 742 E Market St., on Friday, Oct. 23 (

UofL is presenting a free conference, “Milton Rogovin and the Photography of Conscience,” on Friday, Oct. 23 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. It will be held at the Hite Art Institute in association with the Louisville Photo Biennial and the exhibition “We the People: Social Documentary Photography by Milton Rogovin” showing through Oct. 31 (

Mary Yates at the Little Loomhouse, 328 Kenwood Hill Road, on Saturday, Oct. 24 (

Reception of “The Show” group exhibition at Gallery K, 1600 Story Ave., on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 5-11 p.m. It runs through Nov. 26 (

“Parallel/Perception” by Amber Estes Thieneman at Block Party through mid-November (

“Color Theory” by Brook White at Flame Run, 815 W. Market St., through Nov. 21 (