The work of artist Douglas Miller never gets old despite the name of his current exhibit, Old & New Drawings. On view at the Patio Gallery, Jewish Community Center.
It's been 75 years since the water rose and kept on rising. University of Louisville Photographic Archives wants to show you the proof.
The first Derby event of 2012 begins tomorrow night (Jan 25).
Self-taught artist Bill Wells presents a visual scrapbook of his life at the Huff Gallery at Spalding University.
Artist Todd C. Smith is moving in, into the trees. Free artist talk Saturday (Jan 21) at Bernheim Forest.
Channel your inner super hero and join Derby City Comic Con and the Louisville Artists Syndicate as they host Third Thursday's Splash Page. (Jan. 19th)
If you're an artist, check out this current list of local opportunities.
A free artist talk by Paige Greene at Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft tonight (Jan. 9)
It’s getting personal. Autobiographies: Joel McDonald and Sarah Lyon opens at Zephyr Gallery.
If you bike to Nulu, now you’ll have a place to park it. Louisville’s 35th commissioned bike rack will be unveiled at the Green Building during First Friday Trolley Hop (Jan. 6)
Anne Cooper Dobbins and Stephen Pace: 2 Generations exhibit and gallery talk at the Cressman Center during First Friday Trolley Hop (Jan 6).
Matt Weir is a local artist whose work will challenge you to think about where you've come from and where we're headed as a species. A reception for his new exhibit at the gallery in Actor's Theatre will be held during the First Friday Trolley Hop (Jan. 6).