What Louisvillians want next in the NuLu area.
The revamping of Louisville’s public art program will take time and, hopefully, be worth the wait.
The Monkey Wrench will host the opening reception for More Questions Than Answers this Friday, March 16th, at 7:30 p.m. The solo art exhibit will showcase the work of Jeremy Dixon, a Louisville artist and teacher.
Mellwood Art Center hosts its fourth annual poster design contest with a prize of $500.
He's in NYC right now, but he's coming to Louisville!
To quote Elizabeth Barrett Browning, "Earth's crammed with heaven," and painter Joel Sheesley shows you how to see it.
Liberty Tattoo and Art Parlour hosts a Women's Art show with an opening this Saturday that is free to attend and includes performance, visual art, and refreshments.
Take a trip to France and enjoy the beauty of the spring hillsides, the canals and the color of the villages. The artistic ambiance and beauty of these painting will take you there.
Quilts are rooted in tradition, but the new exhibit at Huff Gallery "Rooted in the Earth" will also show you that quilts are rooted in art.
Kentucky School of Art is bombing Spalding University with yarn!
154 award winning pieces of art are on display at Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft. The kicker -- they're all done by teenagers.
Building model airplanes? That is so 1950 (not that 1950 wasn’t a good year for those who may have been there). Find a creative match for your life with help from some locals as part of the Library’s Boom Time Series this Wednesday, February 22nd at 6pm.