Give a Hoot and have one too at this community fest that honors the Earth and celebrates Kindness with lots of local arts, businesses and vendors, some of the region's finest musicians and tons of free uplifting activities for people of all ages.
Christen Boone named new Fund for the Arts president and CEO.
New pop-up gallery in Butchertown
Check out these potentially lesser known museums located within the smaller towns and neighborhoods around Louisville and the surrounding areas.
Trifecta Sauce Company unveils a brand identity makeover to commemorate the release of its new Derby-inspired sauce.
Check out the "Give Peace a Chance" exhibit at the Muhammad Ali Center! It will be available till May 26, 2014!
Contemplating art and vandalism.
Something truly unique happened in Louisville over the weekend. Over 400 fashion professionals and fans came together in one place to view the results of something that doesn't happen often.
Benjamin Cook, 24, will open his show Amusing Myself: New Works by Benjamin Cook, at the Swanson Contemporary Gallery on Feb. 20. An opening reception will be on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. The show ends March 29.
Revelry Boutique Gallery hosted Cuteopia! with artwork from local female artists.
The story of a father's creative journey, challanges and enduring love for his daughter.
The Vixens have done it again, but they got a standing ovation this time. After five years of producing Louisville's most theatrical burlesque shows, the Va Va Vixen darlings got their first standing O (pun intended)and deserved every bit of it.