July 10, 2013 - 8:00am
Check out kids’ art camps, gallery shows, and more in the arts community from now until July 31.
Back in June, my daughter attended a small art day camp that was hosted by her school’s art teacher.
March 26, 2013 - 10:01am
It's hard to believe, but NOW is the time to sign up for kids' summer art camps. Read for more info on offerings from Louisville Visual Art Association and a filmmaking workshop.
One day (soon?) it will warm up outside. Coinciding with this long-awaited change in weather will be the dawn of summer vacation--a welcome break for both you and your children. Although it's difficult to start planning those long summer days now (heck, I don't even know what we're...
July 29, 2012 - 7:02pm
Eric Carle, creator of beloved children's books for nearly half a century, is celebrating his 83rd birthday this month. The Louisville Visual Art Association and the Louisville Free Public Library are teaming up for the June 'Art Buffet' to honor his life and achievements in children's literature, and the whole family is invited to join the party.
For the past forty years, Eric Carle has been one of the biggest names in children’s literature, and for good reason. Ask any parents today what they remember best about their own childhoods and they are guaranteed to mention reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar, a classic that has topped best...
April 30, 2012 - 6:30am
The saying “Everything tastes better with bacon” was put to the test as Hammerheads Restaurant was ultimately crowned the “Bacon King” for the second consecutive year. The 2012 Bacon Ball hosted by the Louisville Visual Art Association promised a “mixed media culinary delight night of booty shakin’, art making Bacon Ball extravaganza” and they certainly spent the evening gettin' piggy with it.
The saying “Everything tastes better with bacon” was put to the test as Hammerheads Restaurant was ultimately crowned the “Bacon King” for the second consecutive year. The 2012 Bacon Ball hosted by the Louisville Visual Art Association promised a “mixed media...
February 16, 2012 - 11:20am
Artist Joel Pinkerton makes music out of found objects.
If you happen upon a gentleman with snow-white hair and an impressive goatee rifling through the junk you’ve placed out on the curb, let him be. He’s an artist, and he’s busy gathering material for his next works. Joel Pinkerton has been exhibiting his “found objects”...