July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Louisville non-profit prepares for 14th annual event to help local pet community.
The Shamrock Pet Foundation, Inc. is a Louisville non-profit that exists to “to end pet overpopulation, reduce the number of companion animals destroyed in local shelters, and to save or enhance the lives of animals in need in our community.” It doesn’t matter if you are a “pet person” or not,...
July 17, 2010 - 9:48am
The Speed Art Musuem kept it's doors open late Friday night for a mix of education, retro-themed fun and cocktails.
I blame Hollywood – or maybe more specifically Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and mid-series episodes of Six Feet Under – for my long-standing desire to cause mischief in an art museum. And thanks to the Brown-Forman Art After Dark series at the Speed Art Museum Friday night, this odd fascination of...
July 17, 2010 - 9:17am
.Sponsored by seven countries, this is an event worth checking out.
The tagline for "Unspoken Truth" says it better than I can : "UNSPOKEN TRUTH: AN EXHIBIT OF ADVOCACY AND HEALING FOR SURVIVORS OF PERSONAL VIOLENCE AND THOSE WHO LOVE THEM". This interactive art exhibit, which began on July 15, continues today and tommorrow and will be featuring...
July 29, 2012 - 7:57pm
Traditional arts were sadly underrepresented at this year's Forecastle Festival, but they did a bang-up job with a great selection of performance art.
I already expressed my disappointment over the activism component of Forecastle. After all,  if you’re going to bill activism as one of the tenants of your festival, it should be an integral component instead of a theme for the commercial vendors.
July 29, 2012 - 7:57pm
I’m not naive enough to think the three would be anywhere close to equal, but when art is one of the attractions of a festival I expected to see more than what I could get in a housewife’s Etsy shop.
“Music. Art. Activism.” The three pillars of Forecastle are right there on every poster. I’m not naive enough to think the three would be anywhere close to equal, but when art is one of the attractions of a festival I expected to see more than what I could get in a housewife’s Etsy shop.