Warren and Julie Payne, guest curators of the exhibit "The Artists of the Wonderland Way", will discuss the use of genealogical research and tools such as ancestry.com in researching works of art, and in particular those included in "The Artists of the Wonderland Way". This virtual tour will include images of headstones of a number of Wonderland Way artists buried at Fairview Cemetery, and photos of many of the Wonderland Way artists’ homes today. Genealogical research also played an important role in the discovery of where these artists lived, and their former residences can be found in the Midtown neighborhood on Cedar Bough Place, Oak Street, Culbertson Avenue and Shelby Place, and on DePauw and Florence Avenues, as well as near Silver Creek on Beharrell Avenue. Bring your own lunch, drinks are provided. Free, but registration required (812-944-7336). Sponsored by the Carnegie Center, Inc.
|The arts abound in Louisville over the next few weeks|
|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]|
|Regency Red-Carpet: Locust Grove hosts the 5th annual Jane Austen Festival this weekend [Books]|
|New Clarksville Tattoo Parlour steps things up a bit [Visual Art]|