Just in time for Valentines Day, "Local Art in the Highlands" is proud to present it's second charitable Visual Arts show: Unconditional Love! Join us February 10 7-10 PM as area artists offer their interpretation of unconditional love to benefit the Animal Care Society AND the St. Andrews Episcopal Youth Group.
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A cover fee of only $5 includes appetizers, wine tastings by Elk Creek Vineyards, the chance to bid on a silent auction, and a musical performance by local band Son of the Widow comprised of Kelly and Andy Cook and Ray Wegimont. A majority of the proceeds from the door will be donated to Animal Care Society and St. Andrews.
In addition to beautiful art, great music and tasty treats, guests will enjoy fraternizing with adoptable animals from the Animal Care Society (ACS)! ACS is Louisville's private no kill in eastern Jefferson Co. They've been making love matches with people and pets since 1984. St. Andrews Episcopal Church continues it's 155 year tradition of community building through the outreach of their youth fellowship
Local Art in the Highlands is a venture conceived by Louisville’s Lucent Dreams Photography, Sandie Griffin and Kim Torres along with co-curators Kelly & Andy Cook are helping to bring art, faith and the community together by hosting a benefit group art exhibit The group show, part of an ongoing quarterly art exhibit, will be held at St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Louisville.
Submission deadline for participation is Jan. 29. Interested artists should contact Kim Torres @ ([email protected])
- St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
- 2233 Woodbourne Ave.Louisville , 40205
- Friday 10th, February 2012
- 7:00 PM — 10:00 PM