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.
This month is Derby themes at Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center and the Frankfort Avenue Business Association along with the Trolley Hop has a complete entertainment venue of arts, music and food laid out for this Fat Friday.
Friday nights Mellwood/Frankfort Avenue Fat Friday Trolley Hop was not only an art lovers dream, it was about creating dreams. While customers shopped and saved money, they helped local store owners give back to help give needy families and children a Christmas some may not have had by Shop with a Cop, Backpacks for Kids, Toys for Tots and several other programs.
Revelry means boisterous festivity, merrymaking and celebration. The night I was there Revelry lived up to its name! Situated in the Highlands between Regalio and The Herb Import Co., two doors down from Lynn's Paradise Café, this quaint little gallery is warm and welcoming.
2011 Louisville Visual Arts Association Art AuctionThis auction benefits LVAA and the Hite Art Institute.Saturday, November 12 · 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Kites are fun, colorful come in all shapes and sizes. Kids and adults alike love kites. Who would have thought kites would have a place in history? The Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts can tell us all about that.