Art is all around you, and what easier way to experience it than through social media!
Last week I had the opportunity to meet with Heather Yenawine (HAY DJ) and get the full details about Wes Fest 2015.
See two local films at Open Gallery for $5 Suggested Donation
A "Makership" is a residency grant, giving the recipient access to a warehouse full of hefty equipment and tools to help them with their creative and technological projects.
Louisville showed off a bit of creative genius at the first annual Mini Maker Faire during Nulu Fest. Robots, games, rides and activities kept visitors busy and inspired throughout the day.
KORE gallery offers a bright and cheery atmosphere that reflects the artists who are featured there.
Local artist known as Maplex Monk also features and interviews other creative people on his podcast "Sessions with Maplex". A quick interview uncovers how to get on his podcast and some insight to his creativity.
Popular Louisville Arts showcase and networking event resurrects for the holidays, offering a Christmas gift swap meet, a showcase of local artists and performers, giving locals a chance to do some holiday shopping while being entertained.
There's no excuse for failing to support local businesses, artists, writers, musicians and people this holiday season. I've compiled a great list of affordable and encouraging ways to feel great about supporting your city and gifting your loved ones at the same time. There are even events in which you can ENJOY your shopping that are filled with entertainment and good company.
Crescent Hill Radio began as a hobby for Kathy Weisbach, but the non-profit has become a full blown radio station, providing creative outlet and communication to the Louisville community.
The Highland Commerce Guild is sponsoring a mural contest where one lucky artist will get to put their work on a prominent Bardstown Rd wall and take home $1,000.
Dogged Dream Creations offers an opportunity for artists, poets, musicians and models to be involved with an upcoming show titled Poetry, Pop and Paint. That explores poetry and pop culture in several media.
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