This Sunday, celebrate Classical 90.5 Summer Listening and support the Louisville Children's Museum and, well, have some fun doing it!
Ray Smerlin's Wonderland, an arts and talent showcase, debuted in Louisville last night at the Vernon Club.
Anyone can sign up to perform at this arts and entertainment networking event or sell their art, books, etc. This month the group will be connecting with performers from several different cities via online connection.
Help support arts programming for the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft this Saturday by drinking bourbon and eating delicious food!
Join Just Creations on Saturday, July 28, noon to 4 p.m. for the second annual Passport Adventure. This free event is for elementary aged children and features craft projects from around the world.
The next time you see something you wish you had a picture of…pick up your phone and use it!
The Speed Museum gives everyone a chance this Memorial holiday to get a look at some history of our United States.
If you’re always looking for a fun summer camp for the kids, look no further than Enchanted Arts, located at Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center.
Tom and Rachel, who named this exhibit “Motley Crew”, chose so wisely in that it exhibited much diversity of elements between the two of them.
The Old Louisville Council gives Louisville residents another venue for art, music and a chance to help those in need.
The Chez Moi, owned by Mike Nusser and Glen Herre, is more than a gallery. It is an art experience and the artist there are passionate about every aspect of the business.
April proved once again that Fat Friday Trolley Hops are fun and exciting. If you missed it…well you’ll have 8 more to catch up on all the fun.