Just in time for spring break, we bring you our quarterly batch of books that are at the top of our reading list. Pick up a few of these titles and get lost in a great story! Image: Cate Storymoon/Flickr CC
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!
If you’re breathing a deep post-holiday sigh of relief, indulge yourself. Grab a cup of tea, a snuggly blanket and one of these fantastic new books.
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.
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!
With a long weekend coming up, it’s the perfect time to select a few great books to read this fall. Here are some great suggestions to get you started.
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!
Book lovers, unite! Find out why #ReadSavannah is worth a trip and which best-selling author is headlining the event! Image: Kimpton Hotels
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.
Whether you’re enjoying a beach vacation or a quiet evening on your own patio, these are the top books to dive into this summer, hand selected by Jennifer Puryear of ‘Bacon on the Bookshelf.’
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.