An art flash sale on Instagram? Yep! And that’s just one of the ways the Christenberry Collection helps Southern artists sell their work. Check out this innovative artist collective that’s making a name for itself — and the artists it represents — throughout the South.
Louisville Art & Music
Check out fabulous Louisville art, local museums and great places to hear live music. Art and music nourish the soul, and Louisville art galleries bring together the vibrant art scene while our museums feed our mind and the music stirs our soul. Add dance to our local art scene and you'll see just how cultured Louisville really is!
You should see what the Louisville Ballet has planned for this season, celebrating their 65th anniversary with three of the most popular ballets ever. These must-see performances combine traditional ballet with modern elements for some stunning shows!
KMAC is back and with a newly redesigned space on Main Street, and it’s adhering to its mission — now more than ever — of connecting the community to art. Take a look!
We all have art collections, things we have collected that are meaningful, but it’s often tricky figuring out how to display them. We asked Merry Dougherty of Merridian Home Furnishings to help us with the basics of how to display our art.
Paducah, KY, is a well-kept secret, and it’s time someone let the cat out of the bag. It’s a fantastic place to spend a weekend exploring history, the arts and enjoying some amazing food. Here’s where to go and what to do.
The Speed Art Museum reopens tomorrow after being closed for three years for renovations, and we assure you it was worth the wait. Here’s why.
Louisville’s Hometown Heroes murals honor famous Louisvillians and make the entire community proud.
The Speed Art Museum does not reopen until March 2016, but we’re giving you a sneak peek today of this stunning new building.
Sarah Lindgren’s latest project, Connect|Disconnect, has reinvigorated the Waterfront and people’s interest in art around our city. Today, find out how this FACE of Louisville enjoys hanging out around town.
Take the advice of these 10 female Southern artist-entrepreneurs on how to start your own business and so much more! | Image: Twine & Twig
Quality of life and quality of place are two things that Mayor Greg Fischer and the City of Louisville hope to enhance with their inaugural public art exhibition, Connect|Disconnect. Read today for a behind-the-scenes tour and find out some really exciting ways to experience this exhibition!
Find some natural inspiration at one of these beautiful botanical gardens sprinkled around the South.
I just want to curl up next to the fireplace with a warm cocktail, a good book and a pair of warm boots. Throw in a great Southern playlist? Perfection!
What do these things have in common: A Louis Vuitton trunk, a couture gown and a custom bicycle? All things found at a swanky Manhattan penthouse? No, all things from Louisville locals from the 1900s, now on display at the Frazier History Museum.
Today we feature local galleries selling art that speaks to both the novice and the connoisseur.
September is a perfect time to get out and enjoy the weather, and here are 20 things happening in Louisville you can enjoy doing.
Want to spend quality time with your mate without breaking the bank? Here are ten cheap date night ideas around town.
These local twin artists have won the Kentucky Derby Festival poster contest not once, but four times. Here’s a window into their world.
How do you go about writing, filming, producing and financing a movie from scratch? And not in Hollywood, but right here in Louisville, Kentucky.
The best thing about Louisville fashion shows are that they are user-friendly. The Luxe Fashion Experience is sure to be a great way to see the fall trends and how to wear them.
Going to The St. James Court Art Show this year? These tips will help you navigate the crowds of over 200,000 people and over 750 juried artists in less than two hours. Promise.
Today, we’re helping you cross a hard gift of your list, affordably, but you need to get started ASAP!
After glimpsing the preparations for the opening of La Bohème, it’s clear that even if you think you aren’t an “opera” person, this one will blow your mind.
Throw those tired old college posters away! Emerging artists, like the ones featured today, make the prospect of collecting original well within reach.