A fully recreated corner store at the Idea Festival gives a humorous but depressing and scatalogical view on the American urban corner store. View a slideshow of the exhibit.
The Carnegie Center's fundraiser was in full swing last night as the about 300 benefactors and patrons who bid silently, and some not so silently, enjoyed the delectable delights of Catering by Design and sampled wines from Huber Winery, several other winery and The New Albanian Beer Company. BUSTA Dog was busting some moves to 107.7 WSFR, well that is to say his brats, bison dogs and other delicious "dogs" were moving as people lined up to sample Busta Dogs covered in onions, peppers, potatoes or anything on his list. Check it out on Twitter@bustagrill502(http://www.terrilynnscatering.com/menus/index.jsp(http://www.huberwinery.com)
Pictures of zombie make-up done by myself and Genna Yussman, and digital artwork made from those zombies!
A place where art, music, science and technology collide - it's the Bernheim CONNECT experience.
The Fat Friday Trolley Hop gets underway with another entertaining round of featured stops along Louisville's Historic Frankfort Avenue. It's expected to be a hot one, with heat indices hanging out around 100F.
Jonathan Swanz, a New Albany High School graduate, is now one of the leading glass artists in the region. He specializes in decorative art, complex functional sculpture, and architectural glass.
Lex Lawson's Gender Bender Art Show on Saturday brought a crowd to Solidarity Art Gallery that spilled out onto the sidewalk.
The Highland Commerce Guild is sponsoring a mural contest where one lucky artist will get to put their work on a prominent Bardstown Rd wall and take home $1,000.
13-year-old Cody Mathis sold his first works of art when he was just 10-years-old and is holding his debut art show Wednesday, July 29.
Chez Moi art gallery and community represents a startling transformation of a building and opened near the corner of Fourth and Winkler on Saturday, June 18 to a lovely reception with performance.
More than 20 programs for kids age 7-17 to choose from
Festivities begin Sunday