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Friday Link Roundup: Friday, July 19, 2019



Louisville Film Society is presenting The 11th Annual Flyover Film Festival beginning Sunday.

Kay Milam’s The Butterfly Trees will open the festival Sunday night.

Followed by Bethany Brooke Anderson’s Burning Kentucky.


John Brooks’ A Map of Scents continues at Moremen Gallery.

TKO: New Work by Tara Key & Tara Jane O'Neil is at Surface Noise.

John Brooks at Moremen Gallery.

John Brooks at Moremen Gallery.

Derby City Playwrights New Play Festival continues at The Bard’s Town. Listen to an interview about this festival on LVA’s Artebella On The Radio here.

Cardinal Moments is at Swanson Contemporary.

Resident: Works by Renzo Velez is at Houseguest Gallery.

Breaking the Mold: Sculptor Enid Yandell’s Early Life, 1869-1900 is at The Filson.

“My Thoughts on Everything” is a solo show from Bob Lockhart at Kaviar Forge & Gallery.

Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie continues through August.

Mental Misconceptions: The Art of Self Care at The Hite Institute’s Schneider Galleries.

2019 MFA Graduates Exhibition at Cressman Center.

The Spring Invitational. is at Kleinhelter Galley in New Albany.

Joyce Garner - lazy susan is at garner narrative contemporary.


LVA's Artebella On The Radio July 18, 2019

Naveen Chaubal is the recipient of the 2019 Hadley Prize for Visual Art. he will join us, along with his producing partner Bryn Silverman, to talk about their film "Pinball". Tune in to WXOX 97.1 FM/Artxfm.com to hear artists talk about their work on LVA's Artebella On The Radio.


Pinball is a feature-length documentary and fictional narrative hybrid about a teenage Iraqi immigrant figuring out his life as he straddles the two worlds and cultures he embodies—the world from which he emigrated and his current life in Louisville.

The Hadley Prize will allow Chaubal and Silverman to travel to Egypt with the local teenager featured in Pinball, where they will document the teen’s first return visit to the place he identified as home before coming to America 10 years ago.


Naveen Chaubal began making films while on a dramatic childhood family vacation amongst a forest in Michigan. Since then, he attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts and received the Thomas Bush Scholarship in Cinematography. Soon after graduating, he co-produced and co-shot “Tomorrow We Disappear,” a feature documentary about a displaced colony of traditional artists in India which premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. He has worked for Mic.com, Vice News, Bon Appétit and produced music videos for James Blake and Frank Ocean. He has traveled the world directing and producing advertisements in the Middle East, Europe, and Central America. In 2012, Naveen went through Film Independent's Project Involve program. In 2015, he filmed a short documentary with Eric Garner’s family as they dealt with the aftermath of a senseless tragedy for AJ+. His recent short film "Pinball" screened at a Director's Guild showcase in Los Angeles, Syndicated Theater in Brooklyn, TIDE Festival, the Speed Art Museum, and the Kansas City Film Fest. "Pinball" the feature project, produced by Bryn Silverman, is a hybrid documentary fiction film and will paint a portrait of immigrant suburbia with Louisville as a lush backdrop.


Bryn Silverman is an Oregon born Louisville based filmmaker whose work focuses on portraiture and people in both documentary and narrative film. She believes in entrepreneurship and seeing the world. She is a shorts screener for the Tribeca Film Festival. Most recently, she worked as a story-producer for a new Netflix series that will air in 2020.

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Friday Link Roundup: April 26, 2019

Tammy Burke: Thinging

Tammy Burke: Thinging


Tammy Burke: Thinging opens at the U of L West MFA building in Portland.

A Night of OutCast: featuring Ashes, Ashes is a film premiere and improv comedy and its FREE.

Its Frederick Law Olmsted's 197th Birthday Party all day at The Frazier Museum.


Character Assassination is keeping it local with The Roast of Mitch McConnell. at The Bard’s Town.


Liminal Form: Jake Ford & SN Parks Curated by Kevin Warth is at Houseguest.

Win Place ART Show is at Revelry Gallery.

Robert Halliday at Kentucky Fine Art Gallery

Robert Halliday at Kentucky Fine Art Gallery

WIN PLACE SHOW is at Kentucky Fine Art Gallery.

"Unbounded Domains" by Vian Sora at Moremen Gallery.

Horsepower at Craft(s) Gallery and Mercantile.

She’s Silver and Orange 4 is at Tim Faulkner Gallery.

Here for Today- Works by Heather Cameron and Allie Jensen is at Art Sanctuary.

A Perspective In Paint by Geoff Crowe at Kore Gallery.

Joyce Garner - lazy susan is at garner narrative contemporary

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Friday Link Roundup: March 8, 2019

Judith Godrèche & Matt Walsh in Under the Eiffel Tower.

Judith Godrèche & Matt Walsh in Under the Eiffel Tower.


Archie Borders’ new film Under the Eiffel Tower has SOLD OUT its Louisville premiere tonight at Speed Cinema, but there are several other showings on the schedule in the next week.

Cabaret opens at Commonwealth Theatre Center

Neill Robertson in Cabaret. Photo: Crystal Ludwick

Neill Robertson in Cabaret. Photo: Crystal Ludwick


Artist Talk "Network is Networth" With Victor Sweatt will happen at 1619 Flux.

KORE Gallery’s official Grand Opening is today

StageOne Playmakers Gala: Small Steps, Giant Leaps is at C2 Event Venue


Freeze State: Dissociating from the Here and Now is at Swanson Contemporary

Duality | The New Work of Valerie Timmons opens at Craft(s) Gallery & Mercantile.

Image and Word just opened at Kaviar Forge & Gallery and runs through April 6.

Elmer Lucille Allen, Sandra Charles, and Barbara Tyson Mosley are exhibiting at Carnagie Center for Art & History in New Albany.

Rebirth, an exhibition by Bette Levy, continues at Pyro Gallery through March 23

Years of Chaos- Issues That Are Destroying Us is at Kore Gallery, now relocated to the Hope Mills Building.

Angie Reed Garner "shantyboating" is at garner narrative.

Industrial Wastelands Solo Exhibition from Dean Thomas at Tim Faulkner Gallery.