Arturo Alonzo Sandoval, University of Kentucky Alumni Professor, is known internationally for his innovative mixed media fiber art. Sandoval received two NEA fellowships, two Al Smith KAC Fellowships, and was voted a FELLOW of the American Craft Council, NYC. He pursues the cutting edge, transforming linear recycled materials inspired from textile and computer symbols, and using pattern, text, sewing, and interlacing to create unique graphic and colorful art expressions. “Work produces results” is his mantra to encourage students. Visit www.arturoart.com for more information about Arturo and his work. Free and open to the public.
|The arts abound in Louisville over the next few weeks|
|Photographer Clay Cook taking fashion from Louisville to the world|
|"Make" your dreams come true with a "makership" residency grant at local hackerspace workshop|
|Louisville shows off a bit of genius with first annual Maker Faire|
|The art of saving shelter dogs at An Act of Dog|
|Kentucky Round-Up coming to the Kentucky Horse Park on February 2 with equine education fun for the whole family|
|Spoken word poet, Anis Mojgani, will deliver keynote reading at Writer’s Block Festival [Books]|