Monthly Archives: February 2013

“use use” at Huff Gallery

“use use” by Andrew Cozzens and Brandon Harder is at Spalding University’s Huff Gallery, 753 Library Lane, from Feb. 28-April 21. The opening reception is Thursday, Feb. 28 from 5:30-8 p.m.

Koch and Co. now offering art classes

Koch and Company, 10970 Dixie Highway, 618-4069, now offers art classes. A class is scheduled each night, as well as two afternoons.

“Real, Realer, Realist” at Green Building Gallery

“Real, Realer, Realist” is showing at the Green Building Gallery, 732 E. Market St., 561-1162, through April 5.

“The Third Perspective” at Paul Paletti Gallery

The Paul Paletti Gallery, 589-9254, is showing “The Third Perspective: A Collector’s View” through May 31.

Red Baraat @ Headliners

Wednesday, Feb. 27 Headliners Music Hall 1386 Lexington Road headlinerslouisville.com $14; 9 p.m. Drummer Sunny Jain began to make his mark with jazz peers including Rudresh Mahanthappa and Vijay Iyer, but he left that world to found Red Baraat, self-described as the “first and only dhol ‘n’ brass band in North America.” The dhol is […]

‘The White Rose’ @ U of L Thrust Theatre

Feb. 27-March 3 U of L Thrust Theatre 2314 S. Floyd St. • 852-6814 louisville.edu/theatrearts $10-$15; 8 p.m. (plus 3 p.m. Sun.) We know about Hitler and the Nazis, and we know of the horrors that took place in the concentration camps. Lillian Groag’s “The White Rose” focuses on a side of World War II […]

‘Waterworks’ by Brad Devlin @ Galerie Hertz

Through March 2 Galerie Hertz 1253 S. Preston St. • 581-8277 galeriehertz.com Brad Devlin has a great studio full of what most of us consider discards. But from those mass-produced items (i.e. trash) comes wonderful art. Galerie Hertz owner Billy Hertz certainly thinks so: “Devlin’s work continues to raise the bar on what is to […]

“How i(phone) See the World” photo project

“How i(phone) See the World” is a ongoing Louisville photography project. Check the Facebook page for more information on how to participate.

Fund for the Arts renames buildings in honor of Owsley Brown

The Fund for the Arts has recognized community philanthropist Owsley Brown II by naming the addresses from 315-323 West Broadway – which consists of ArtSpace, Hilliard Lyons Hall of Recognition, W.L. Lyons Brown Theatre and the Fifth Third Conference Center – the Owsley Brown II Center for Artistic Excellence.

Michelle Word’s “Applied Floralistics” at Krantz Gallery

“Applied Floralistics” by Michelle Word is at Jefferson Community and Technical College’s Krantz Gallery through March 29. The opening reception is Tuesday, Feb. 26 from 4-6 p.m. First and Chestnut Sts., VTI Building 116.

Cappadonna @ ZaZoo’s

Tuesday, Feb. 26 ZaZoo’s 102 Bauer Ave. facebook.com/TheNewVintageShowcase $10; 8 p.m. The Wu Tang affiliate with the most valid claim to actual Clansmanship, Cappadonna may be more known now for his mid-decade slide from major label releases to driving a taxi. Shortly after that, though, Cap started his career over again, this time in the […]

Weekender: Feb. 23-24

•Russian National Orchestra Saturday, Feb. 23 Whitney Hall, Kentucky Center 501 W. Main St. • 584-7777 kentuckycenter.org $25-$65; 7:30 p.m. The Russian National Orchestra began 2013 by playing hometown Moscow. But the ensemble soon escaped the Russian winter and, in February, performs in California, Kentucky and Florida. In May, it’s Italy and Spain. July finds […]

Speak Social Reading Series @ Java Brewing Co.

Friday, Feb. 22 Java Brewing Co. 1707 Bardstown Road Free; 7:30 p.m. For those who enjoy putting pen to paper (or tapping away at a keyboard), the mic is open and awaiting your words at the next Speak Social Reading Series. Launched in June 2012, this series offers burgeoning local writers an opportunity to share […]

Ford Theatre Reunion @ Lisa’s Oak Street Lounge

Friday, Feb. 22 Lisa’s Oak Street Lounge 1004 E. Oak St. $5; 10 p.m. If you want something a bit unconventional this Friday, Ford Theatre Reunion has just the show for you. Like a vaudeville punk band with Tom Waits and an old-timey Florence Welch singing, you can expect the unexpected. Hailing from Lexington, Ford […]

Weekend visual art events

The Patio Gallery at the Jewish Community Center, 238-2711, will have the opening for its Artists’ Breakfast Group Show on Sunday, Feb. 24 from 2-4 p.m. The exhibition continues through April 2.

Curators’ Talk on “Wonderland” show at Carnegie

The Floyd County Historical Society and the Carnegie Center is presenting a Curators’ Talk on Tuesday, Feb. 26 from 7-8 p.m. at the Carnegie Center, 201 E. Spring St. in New Albany, 812-944-7336. Warren and Julie Payne, guest curators of the Carnegie Center’s current exhibit “The Artists of the Wonderland Way,” will speak about the exhibit, […]

“All the Colors in the Rainbow” at StudioWorks

“All the Colors in the Rainbow: the Art of Linda Stark, Norma Ott and Sandy Lamar” will open at StudioWorks, 2008 Eastern Parkway, 582-3331, on Friday, Feb. 22 from 5:30-8 p.m. It will run through March 23.

Feb. 22 FAT Friday

FAT Friday — the Frankfort Ave. Trolley on the final Friday on the month, Feb. 22. Explore the art galleries, shops and restaurants along Frankfort, Story and Mellwood Avenues from 6-10 p.m. There’s free parking, then hop on and off the free trolley.

Additional information on “Taking the ‘s’ Out of Craft”

Here’s additional information on the Aegis’ symposium on Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft: Pre-registration for the “Taking the ‘s’ Out of Craft” symposium has closed. Admission is $6, free to KMAC members and students with ID. The accompanying exhibition will be up through March 24. Admission to that is also […]

Louisville Orchestra @ Kentucky Center

Feb. 21-22 Whitney Hall, the Kentucky Center 501 W. Main St. • 584-7777 louisvilleorchestra.org $15+; 10:30 a.m. (Feb. 21), 8 p.m. (Feb. 22) When he wasn’t stowing himself away in an abbey, or running through love affairs, Franz Liszt aspired to become the “Paganini of the Piano.” It was an ambition he was able to […]