Traditional arts were sadly underrepresented at this year's Forecastle Festival, but they did a bang-up job with a great selection of performance art.
I’m not naive enough to think the three would be anywhere close to equal, but when art is one of the attractions of a festival I expected to see more than what I could get in a housewife’s Etsy shop.
Remember when there was supposed to be an art walk in New Albany, but then it rained? Well, now it is happening Friday. And there's only a 30% chance of rain this time!
Yet another event in Southern Indiana featuring arts and crafts. Don't you ever tire? No? Me either.
There are far too many things to do this weekend in Southern Indiana alone. How's a person to decide?
The Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, Indiana is hosting the official kickoff for the New Albany Bicentennial Public Art Project, including an Art Walk featuring the artists and local historians, on Friday May 21, 2010 from 6-9 pm.
On Friday, April 23, 6:00-8:00 PM, The Gallery on Pearl will host a reception to celebrate its expansion into an additional suite in the recently renovated White House Centre.
Wondering what ELSE there is do do this weekend? Would you like to try Indiana's signature wine, while eating cheese, browsing local art, and listening to live music?
Walking tour to focus on history, nature and symbolism. Just mind the geese.
Springtime in Louisville not only means the warmer weather, Bats Baseball and the Kentucky Derby. For residents of the Highlands, it’s also time for the Cherokee Triangle Art Fair!
Fifty percent of handcrafted candlestick and candle sales will aid earthquake-ravaged Caribbean nation.
As a young woman, Janet Oesterly wanted to be an artist—but it took her daughter actually growing up and doing it herself to get her drawing again. Now, Janet and Sarah Oesterly share an exhibit with their creations side by side.