Last week I had the opportunity to meet with Heather Yenawine (HAY DJ) and get the full details about Wes Fest 2015.
Selfies, a reinvention of the self-portrait, open and free to the public
Boone is now a three-time winner of the KDF poster design competition, and has a focus on all-natural materials.
Make 2015 a more creative year with one or two of these new art classes at the Jewish Community Center.
Experimental art house films aren't really something you see every day in Louisville, but you can watch this award winning short film right here on Louisville.com and read the chat with the director.
Squallis Puppeteers are here to free your imagination, create fantastic characters, and tell stories that are important to the community
The Carnegie Center in New Albany's upcoming programming includes free workshops in book art. Participants will create one-of-a-kind, multi-material masterpieces.
Watercolor artist Cathy Hill gives clients their castle, their little slice of heaven, right here in Louisville.
Music Makes a City at Tim Faulkner Gallery is a free concert event coordinated by Louisville Orchestra Music Director Teddy Abrams and local hip-hop artist Jecorey Arthur. The lineup includes all local musicians from the University of Louisville Chamber Orchestra to indie royalty, Bonnie Prince Billy.
If you haven't checked out Good Garbage and its reuse workshops, classes and shop, Small Business Saturday might be the perfect time. You never know what you will find to spark creativity.
After a day of experiencing the good kind of writer's block, you may be able to better combat its evil twin.
Since the Louisville area forecast looks so horrid for the next several days, here are some ideas for play for those looking for ways to play with toddlers and preschoolers.