September 24, 2012 - 12:29pm
With its $50 million dollar expansion project, the Speed Art Museum hopes to inspire Louisvillians.
It only took Rev. Alfred R. Shands III, the Speed Art Museum’s longest serving board member, a few but powerful words to describe the first time he stumbled upon an art museum as a young boy. “It was an inspired encounter,” he reminisced in front of an intimate crowd Friday...
March 6, 2012 - 11:35am
Experimental a'cappella trio, Sandpaper Dolls, had MEAT at capacity and listeners waiting outside to get in.
I was told hearing the Sandpaper Dolls at MEAT would be an unforgettable experience, but I was not prepared for how spectacular it ended up being. I knew the music would be great because I had heard the trio once before at the Rudyard Kipling, so the quality of the music was not a concern.