Link Round Up

Friday Link Round Up: October 23rd, 2015

 Photograph by Darrow Montgomery

Photograph by Darrow Montgomery

Sam Gilliam, CFAC Alum, has been featured in the Guardian as well as Washington City Paper. Check out the articles— what an interesting life he has led so far! 

4 Ways to Foster Authentic Collaboration in the Art Room

This Saturday at 1:00 at the Iroquois library:  Trials of Spring.  Ammar Shamaileh is serving a term appointment as Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Louisville where he teaches courses on Middle East politics, comparative politics and political violence. He will be speaking after the film. Come join the discussion!

The Kentucky Arts Council presents Kentucky Crafted at The Breeders' Cup Festival.

Secrets of Louisville Chefs Cookbook Launch will benefit fund for the arts and looks like a wonderful time (hint: free samples!)

Arts In Health by Fund for the Arts— looks like a great way to join in on exploring the role of arts in building a healthier community!

Congratulations to Tryphena Sithu, a CFAC student for many years, past stop motion summer camp participant, and current Academy student! Tryphena is 1 of 20 national finalists (out of 7,000 entries) for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge by Khan Academy. See her video here.

Artist Transforms Her Parent’s House Into a Spooky Monster for Halloween

Interview: Erin Hanson Pioneers the Energetic Style of Open-ImpressionismA Netherlands parade celebrates Vincent van Gogh with giant floats made of flowers