February 1, 2013 - 11:05am
Mama’s Hip continues to build a calendar full of great insight into parenting.
Mama’s Hip has over 1500 followers on Facebook and you can follow this popular parenting resource on Twitter as well. Louisville loves Mama’s Hip! What Mama’s Hip has done in Louisville is house a store where mommas, papas, grandmamas, nannies, and other caregivers can go for...
August 9, 2012 - 3:15pm
It’s The Writing Event of the Year! Learn how to grow your book sales and build your author platform.
Keynote Speaker, Andrea Gardner , is from Glasgow, Scotland. She is the creator of The Power of Words which has had more than 14 million views worldwide on YouTube. This led her to write the 2012 Best-Selling book: Change Your Words, Change Your World.Build your author platform and learn how...
July 29, 2012 - 7:02pm
San Dee Wright Crabtree is looking for donations of materials for writing workshops at the Wayside Christian Mission.
July 29, 2012 - 7:04pm
The University of Louisville invites you to step inside a literary time machine this week as the Axton Literary Festival explores time travel in the written word. The three day festival, featuring a multitude of speakers, workshops and activities, launches this Wednesday, April 11th and hopes to return to the present on Friday, April 13th.
There is Science. That great institution of grand theory and starched collars, stepping boldly with a keen mind and nerdy glasses into the new frontier of the “unknown”. There is Fiction. That great and playful deceiver, using lies and mimicry in the name of art...
July 29, 2012 - 7:05pm
“The Animals in Us” exhibition, in the Pat Harrison Arts Center Gallery, includes artists who are professional, emerging and upcoming from nearby universities, examines how we depict the animals in ourselves.
“The Animals in Us” exhibition (part I) which runs from January 21 -March 16th 2012 at the Arts Council, is a two-part invitational exhibition. This exhibit, which consists of 6 writers from Indiana and 16 visual artists from Kentucky, is about representation. The artists’ state...