October 20, 2011 - 11:10am
Domestic violence will make you see red. The Center for Women and Families awareness campaign is haunting.
 On October 7th, during the First Friday Trolley Hop, I saw dead people. I am not a nine-year-old boy who hides under sheets and talks regularly with a psychologist. I am a rational adult woman who, along with 12,000 other people on Market Street that night, witnessed people wearing red full...
July 29, 2012 - 7:00pm
Downtown galleries offer a feast for the eyes as the 2011 Photo Biennial exhibits open for First Friday Trolley Hop.
 It seems everyone is a budding photographer now that we have instant access to a camera whenever we want (thank you smart phones). Still, there’s a lot more to taking pictures than a push of a digital button. Louisville is being taken by storm by professional photographers from all over...
February 28, 2011 - 2:31pm
Local artist Andy Cook's provocative work makes its showing at The Bodega at Felice. A must-see on this Friday's Trolley Hop.
Local artist Andy Cook's provocative work makes his showing at The Bodega at Felicea a must-see on this Friday's Trolley Hop.   This display will contain a combination of older obscure pieces mixed with fresh new works on display for the first time.
November 29, 2010 - 12:14pm
PYRO Gallery and John McCarthy prepare to unveil McCarthy's new exhibit, which deals with Imaging Peace and Justice, this Friday starting at 6 pm.
 Artist, ceramic sculptor and art educator, John McCarthy will be presenting his newest exhibit beginning Friday, Dec. 3 at PYRO Gallery.The exhibit, titled Contrast & Context: Imaging Peace & Justice will display several sculptures that according to a recent Pyro press release,...
February 5, 2010 - 3:51pm
Exhibit combines 10 new artists with 10 who've had showed at the first two Unconscious Collectives
Unconscious Collective 3, the latest installment of the 14-part group art show organized by Louisville artist Andrew Cook, opens at 6 p.m. tonight at Derby City Espresso. Keeping with Cook's idea of fusing individual works from Louisville artists into one unifying piece of art, Unconscious...
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