KMAC introduces Louisville to the art of the Caribbean with "Into the Mix."
A free artist talk by Paige Greene at Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft tonight (Jan. 9)
Even though we have to wait another year for Mad Men, we can drink our martinis now. Tonight (12/8) is the Martinis & Mistletoe party at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft.
The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (KMAC), located at 715 West Main Street, will host the 10th Annual Martinis & Mistletoe party on Thursday, December 8th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. This popular holiday event will include Finlandia martinis, appetizers, live seasonal music by John Austin Clark and friends, and special trunk shows by Kea Carpets and Kilims, and jewelry designer Summer Eliason. Guests can also shop from a huge selection of artwork in the Museum's award-winning Gallery Shop and Holidazzle exhibit.
Celebrate Day of the Dead and make a skeleton who likes to party.
Contemporary artist Denise Burge comes to Louisville to talk quilts and the contamination of the Appalachian region.
With so many diverse artists in Louisville it is hard to stand out and make a living with a paintbrush or a charcoal pencil, but there is one artist who attracts attention by using his interpretation of the meaning of random words as inspiration for his artwork
Finlandia Martinis, appetizers, live music and local artists will beshowcased at this years Martinis & Mistletoe, which is to be held at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft Dec. 9.
The Nutcracker, UofL–UK hoops and The Judds among December highlights
Kentucky Bluegrass Music Festival takes place Saturday and Sunday at the Water Tower
Take in the sights and sounds of a Louisville native and contemporary artist who has made a difference in the city's art community.
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