Bones...when someone thinks of bones, they think of the human skeleton. I automatically think of the song my grandmother taught me when I was a little girl; The ankle bone connected to the shin bone, shin bone connected to the knee bone, knee bone connected to the thigh bone, the thigh bone connected to the hip bone and you go all the way up until you connect the neck bone to the head bone. The rest of the song talks about tripping over shoelaces and being a fool.The Bones on exhibit at the Arts Council of Southern Indiana, Pat Harrison Arts Center had nothing to do with the human bones or that song...however I'm sure that Mary; the resident ghost (so the story is told) also sung that song to her children and grandchildren.
There is no better way to explain an artist ideas or views of their art than their own words. This is what Kimberly Carroll-Raber has to say about her art...
The Gallery Hertz celebrated its 20TH year, with an exhibit titled "Obsessive Attention to Detail. " Detail is exactly what Gallery Hertz pays attention to when it comes to its gallery, artist and patrons.
World Fest 2011...3 days of dancing, music, foods, arts, crafts and fun from a variety of cultures all in one place. From Hard Rock Cafes Tour Bus, to Louisville's very own talented musicians performing on the steps as you enter World Fest; you could hear and see the Belvedere spark with laughter, applause and smiles of approval as thousands daily enjoyed the festivities.
Hub caps and Art: when you think of these you normally do not put them together. I ask Chris, a visitor to our beautiful city, who resides in Columbus Ohio and is in town for the World Fest, what is the first thing he thinks of when he hears the word hub caps. He said, "riding down the road and one popping off so you have to go chase it." I found that quite amusing given the story that artist Karen Welch relayed to me about a certain artist hub cap. You can hear that story and see that hubcap for the final week at the Museum of Arts and Crafts.www.kentuckyarts.org
Goodwill arts zine is a free publication to entertain and inform Louisville's youth DIY creative culture and celebrated two successful years with an audio edition.
The Fat Friday Trolley Hop gets underway with another entertaining round of featured stops along Louisville's Historic Frankfort Avenue. It's expected to be a hot one, with heat indices hanging out around 100F.
The classic story you know and love is back--and with MTL now performing at the Kentucky Center, you don't even have to sweat to see it.
Highlands day camp offered in late June for kids K-6
Mamakitty Southwood featured at Sub Rosa: The Gypsie Courtyard in front of a new stage installation by JB Wilson (Video)
Hollydays is the place to find the perfect gift for the stylish women (and men) in your life.
Creative Capital Ruby Lerner spoke at IdeaFestival 2010 and brought four of their artists with her to display some of their work...video included of interview with sculptor/filmmaker Brent Green.