Visually Speaking: this week's art news and events

Nov 23, 2015 at 10:36 pm
Visually Speaking: this week's art news and events

[The above image is “Nothing Happened” by Mark Palmer in “Ruminations, Musings & Lucid Daydreams” at the Tim Faulkner Gallery.]

Top art news

21c Museum Hotel is opening in Lexington, Nashville and Oklahoma City in 2016 and is considering properties in Kansas City and Indianapolis, as well.

Top art events

Glass artist Daniel Cutrone will be giving a lecture “Embracing Digital Technologies as an Artist and Educator Without Sacrificing the Hand” (with demonstration to follow) on Tuesday, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. Cressman Center, 100 Main St. Free and open to the public (louisville.edu).

Nov. 27 FAT Friday Trolley Hop from 6-10:30 p.m. (fatfridayhop.org).

Evolving Gallery, 1912 Mellwood Ave., is showing work by Sheri Wright, Becky LeCron and Juliya Pogrebinsky during the Nov. 27 FAT Friday Trolley Hop (evolvinggallery.com).

“Merry Krampus” by W. Dave Pollard at Sink or Swim Art Gallery, 962 Baxter Ave., on Saturday, Nov. 28 (facebook.com/sinkorswimstudio).

“Ruminations, Musings & Lucid Daydreams” by Mark Palmer at the Tim Faulkner Gallery, 1512 Portland Ave., through Dec. 6 (timfaulknergallery.com).

“State of Painting” group exhibition at Georgetown College through Jan. 6 (georgetowncollege.edu).

The Green Building Gallery, 732 E. Market St., is showing “The Future is Now” through Jan. 8. It is a public outreach program in association with the Louisville Visual Art where high school students are matched with professional artists (thegreenbuilding.com).