Category Archives: forum

Cocktail Culture Conference @ Brown Hotel & St. Charles Exchange

<DRINKS> April 4-5 Cocktail Culture Conference Brown Hotel & St. Charles Exchange $10; 8:30-11:30 a.m. & 1-6 p.m. I usually shy away from organized conventions because the topics just don’t hold my attention enough to give up an entire afternoon. But then I heard about this Cocktail Culture Conference, and my outlook began to […]

Weekender: Nov. 8-10

Open Studio Weekend Nov. 8-10 Cressman Center for the Visual Arts 100 E. Main St. • 852-0288 $20 ($10 for students with ID) The Open Studio Weekend falls under the category of “Why hasn’t Louisville thought of this before?” This great idea lets visitors see the behind-the-scenes studios of 70 artists for the first […]

“The Phoenix Effect” at U of L

The 3rd Annual U of L Graduate Conference in the Humanities is presenting “The Phoenix Effect: Regenerations, Rebirth & Reformation” on Friday, March 23 in the Ekstrom Library. Dr. Sena Jeter Naslund is the creative keynote speaker at 11 a.m., with Dr. Morris Beja the critical keynote speaker at 1:30 p.m. Registrations begins at 8 a.m. Free and […]

Weekender: Feb. 18-19

•‘Masquerade’ Saturday, Feb. 18 Mellwood Art Center 1860 Mellwood Ave. $55 (adv.), $65 (door); 8 p.m. With an open bar comes great responsibility. Or not — if City Scoot is around. Pandora Productions’ annual benefit party, “Masquerade,” is celebrating all things Mardi Gras Saturday night at the Mellwood Art Center — complete with said […]

Submit questions to Fund for Arts public forum

In order to ignite change in the Fund for the Arts, a group of concerned members of the community have drawn up a list for the Fund. These requests were shared with Acting President and CEO Barbara Sexton-Smith. Receptive to the ideas presented and eager to gain community support of the Fund, Sexton-Smith later agreed […]

DerbyCon @ Hyatt Regency

Sept. 30-Oct. 2 Hyatt Regency 320 W. Jefferson St. $150 (adv.); 9 a.m.-8 p.m. (till 3 p.m. on Sun.) Louisville will host one of the biggest hacker/security conferences in the country this weekend, with a stacked line-up of top national experts in the field of information security. One of those speakers will be Kevin […]

“Health and the Built Environment” at Sustainable City forum

The fifteenth forum of the Sustainable City Series, HEALTH AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT, will be held on Thursday, February 24 beginning at 6:00 pm at Glassworks, 815 W Market St. Join us as DPZ Charlotte Director Tom Low and Nashville Health Impact Assessment Coordinator Jimmy Dills explore tools and techniques for examining and creating healthy, sustainable […]