October 20, 2011 - 6:57am
Louisville-based photographers Bob Hower, John Nation and Ted Wathen document the beauty of the biggest park system since Olmstead.
What would Louisville do without the beloved Olmstead parks? The dependable scenic loop at Cherokee, the free movies at Iroquois, and the challenging golf course at Seneca have all found a special place within the hearts of Louisvillians. There’s no doubt that we love our green spaces,...
October 15, 2011 - 9:05pm
The Speed presents a film series that you're bound to remember or maybe not.
Sundays are days to take rest from the business of the week. People do this in various ways and the Speed Museum wants you to spend some time resting and watching a collection of documentaries, avant-garde, and classic movies.
October 14, 2011 - 1:10pm
What's in Wendover, Utah? Photographer Sarah Lyon shows you Western Landscapes, Bomb Sites, and Target Practice Off the Grid at the Salvo Collective. Artist reception Oct. 14th.
October 14, 2011 - 12:09pm
Mid-century photographs of Pittsburgh from the
Jones & Laughlin Steel Company Collection
with contemporary photographs by
Sue Wrbican at the UofL Ekstrom Library.
Roy Emerson Stryker was a brilliant documentary photographer. He was also a brilliant project leader and sought out gifted photographers who had an "insatiable curiosity, the kind that can get to the core of an assignment, the kind that can comprehend what a truck driver, or a farmer, or...
October 14, 2011 - 10:39am
Guy Mendes is one of the best-known and well-respected photographers in the region. An opening reception for his exhibit 40/40 is planned for Friday, Oct. 14th at 5 p.m.
There are fake portraits and there are good portraits. A fake portrait is normally posed in front of a fake backdrop where everyone has a plastered smile and a deer in headlights expression. A good portrait is so intimate it can reveal a persons soul. Guy Mendes takes good portraits.