The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft is back with more room for play and pondering.
The official start of fall is just around the corner! What's your favorite fall festival in Louisville?
Parents and preschoolers having fun together around the city.
Are you a champion crafter? You better get in this competition, then, and battle your way to an official title.
Find some free holiday fun at your local library.
Are you looking for some Valentine’s Day fun to entertain your little ones?
Slow things down with your kids this winter break.
A weekend of festive fun that’s full of holly jolly cheer awaits you beginning Friday, November 30.
The Kaviar Forge Gallery's exhibit this F.A.T. Friday Trolley Hop showcased Kentucky leather artists that included Robert Black, prize winning leather worker of the Church head knot, and Steven Hughes and Tatyana Malkin of Pillywiggin Leather Inc. whose leather mask and corsets are theatrical artistic masterpiece of beauty. The leather exhibit features other artists as Craig Kaviar, Janet Strait of Swash-Bucklers, Johnny Sosbe, Sue Schofield of Inherited Leather and Walt Priddy; however on this Fat Friday it was Mr. Black and Hughes I spoke with.
Can you envision a kite that looks like a dragon, a buffalo, or a canoe? At the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft that is exactly what you will see, some with tails 40 feet long or more! At the Visions of Lewis and Clark: Contemporary Kites Tell the Story, you will see a kite that tells of history in a different way. This is an educational exhibit for children and adults that love kites and history.
Septembers "First Fridays Trolley Hop" proved to be an exciting event at many downtown Louisville's gallery's and museum's last night. Actors Theatre Gallery Exhibit at 316 W. Main Street was active with creativity and artist were eager to share their ideas.www.actorstheatre.org
Having grown up in Jeffersontown (J-Town), I always look forward to going to the Gaslight Festival. This festival, which started in 1969, has grown over the years and an estimated 200,000 people attend.
- 1 of 2
- next ›