Monthly Archives: September 2012

“Local Fare” at the Green Building Gallery

“Local Fare,” a food themed group exhibition, is showing at the Green Building Gallery, 732 E. Market St., 561-1162, through Nov. 2.

Ashley Brossart at Decca

Ashley Brossart is showing her work at Decca restaurant, 812 E. Market St. through October.

Weekend visual art events

“Elephants” by Mark Parris will have its opening at Revelry, 980 Barret Ave., on Saturday, Sept. 22 from 6-11 p.m. Garner Narrative is having a special reception for “Table Paintings” by Joyce Garner on Sunday, Sept. 23 from 4-7 p.m. The show runs through Oct. 27. The Liberty Tattoo and Art Parlor, 2801 S. 3rd St., 637-4777, is […]

“Clay, Quartz and Canvas” at the Gallery on Pearl

“Clay, Quartz and Canvas” is showing at the Gallery on Pearl, 222 Pearl St., 812-542-0780,  from Friday, Sept. 21 through Nov. 2. The artists featured are Janet Essenpreis, Dawn Middleton and Gladys Moore.

Six new exhibitions at Land of Tomorrow

Six new exhibitions are opening at Land of Tomorrow, 233 W. Broadway, on Friday, Sept. 21 at 6 p.m. The artists/exhibitions showing are Sam Van Aken, Liz Cohen, Hasan Elahi, SuttonBeresCuller, American Meat Locker and “Fresh Punches.”

Weekender: Sept. 22-23

•NuLu Festival Saturday, Sept. 22 700 block of East Market Free; 2-11 p.m. Whether you call it NuLu or — if that’s too cutesy for you — simply East Market Street, there’s no disputing this once-blighted stretch has become a bustling epicenter of upscale art galleries, specialty stores and delectable local cuisine. The fourth […]

‘Lights Off/Future On’ @ Speed Art Museum

Sept. 21-23 Speed Art Museum 2035 S. Third St. • 634-2700 So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, adieu. It’s time to say goodbye to the Speed Art Museum as it heads into its renovation. The final weekend of events, dubbed “Lights Off/Future On,” has many ways for the museum and the public to say, “I’ll […]

“Retrospect” at Cressman Center

The Cressman Center, 100 E. Main St., 852-6762, is showing works from U of L’s Photographic Archives in ”Retrospect” through Oct. 13.

Deke Dickerson and the Eccophonics @ Third Street Dive

Thursday, Sept. 20 Third Street Dive 442 S. Third St. $8; 9 p.m. “I’m a West Virginia white boy,” croons Deke Dickerson in the song of the same name, a classic example of the rockabilly roots music he has been able to craft and perfect since the age of 13. Now also an accomplished […]

‘Ten-Tucky Festival’ @ The Bard’s Town

Sept. 20-29 The Bard’s Town 1801 Bardstown Road • 749-5275 $15-$16; 7:30 p.m. The corner of Bardstown and Speed has become quite a hot spot, as The Bard’s Town has been graciously hosting local theater groups in their sharp little upstairs space all season. But their own house crew is back with the “Ten-Tucky […]

Louisville Artists Syndicate’s CHALK BOMB

The Louisville Artists Syndicate is doing a CHALK BOMB! temporary urban beautification project. Chalk art made by attendees and three special murals by local artists will be covering a section of sidewalk on Bardstown Road near Dragon King’s Daughter (1126 Bardstown Road) on Thursday, Sept 20 from 6-9 p.m. Musical guests: Lady Pyramid. Check out […]

Steven Hagan at Flame Run

Steven Hagan is showing his “culinary” glass art creations at Flame Run, 815 W. Market St. in the Glassworks building, 584-5353, through Oct. 6.

“Surface/Subsurface” at Galerie Hertz

Galerie Hertz, 1253 S. Preston St., 581-8277, is showing “Surface/Subsurface” by Brent Dedas and James Doiron through Oct. 14.

WFPK’s Waterfront Wednesday @ Waterfront Park Big Four Lawn

Wednesday, Sept. 19 Waterfront Park Big Four Lawn Free; 6 p.m. For the final Waterfront Wednesday of 2012, WFPK has recruited the grab-bag bill of hip L.A. rockers Everest, Chicago blues belter Shemekia Copeland, and local singer-songwriter Dave Moisan. Everest recently played the Forecastle Festival, and their local roots actually run much deeper: Co-leader […]

Arabian Horse Expo @ Kentucky Exposition Center

Sept. 19-22 Kentucky Exposition Center Free; various times If horses went to high school, the Arabian might be that tall, elegant, good-at-everything type beloved by all. Even those meathead, Budweiser-swilling Clydesdales would appreciate an Arabian’s presence. This weekend, the popular horse breed shines at the Arabian Horse Celebration & Shopping Expo taking place at […]

Wayside showing “Unfamiliar Familial”

Wayside Expressions Gallery, Hotel Louisville, 120 W. Broadway, 836-7661, is showing “Unfamiliar Familial” by Karen Davis and Ronald Davis through Oct. 2.

“Intimate Gems” at Paul Paletti Gallery

“Intimate Gems” by Lynn Geesaman is at the Paul Paletti Gallery, 713 E. Market St., 589-9254, through Nov. 30.

‘Sin País’ @ Dreamland Theater

Tuesday, Sept. 18 Dreamland Theater 810 E. Market St. Free; 7 p.m. One of the most haunting images in the “Sin País” (“Without a Country”) trailer shows a chubby-cheeked toddler resting on her father’s shoulder as he carries her through an airport. She clutches a pink tiara with feathers and butterflies. The little girl’s large […]

“Symphony in Pastel” at the Gallery at The Brown

“Symphony in Pastel” by Anne Kindl is at the Gallery at the Brown, 335 W. Broadway, 583-1234, through Nov. 2.

Rotunda Art Project at Metro Hall

A series of rotating art exhibitions will be on display in Metro Hall, 601 W. Jefferson St.). The Rotunda Art Project’s first show is “You are here” curated by The Ground Floor Gallery. Work by Jacob Heutis, Bryce Hudson, Sarah Lyon and Carlos Gamez de Francisco will be on display through Nov. 1.