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Link Round Up

Friday Link Roundup, October 18, 2019

LVA Homecoming Sunday 2-4pm

LVA Homecoming Sunday 2-4pm


Polyester (1981) at After Hours at the Speed

Serenade & at High & Velocity opens at Louisville Ballet.

Gallery Reception: Finding Home + Across the Pond Photo Exhibit at Ivy Tech.


Sheep to Shawl Founder's Day Celebration Lou Tate Birthday Party is at The Little Loomhouse.


LVA’s First Homecoming event is TODAY!


Street Studies: Photographs by Guy Dove & Elizabeth Reilly is at Surface Noise.

The Vinum Project by Michelle McSwain & Vanessa Price is at Revelry Boutique & Gallery (Louisville Photo Biennial).

Nature Shoots Photographer: Keith Auerbach is at Pyro Gallery. (Louisville Photo Biennial)

Keith Auerbach at Pyro Gallery

Keith Auerbach at Pyro Gallery

Photo Journalism from the Courier Journal -Ali: Beyond the world’s stage at Art Sanctuary (Louisville Photo Biennial).

Our Eyes: Gallery Artists & Friends, at garner narrative ( Louisville Photo Biennial).

Yellowstone in Winter and Spring at Kleinhelter Gallery in New Albany (Louisville Photo Biennial).

John Scally, Joel Feldman + is at Tim Faulkner Gallery.

Scott Greenwell at Unique Imaging Concepts ( Louisville Photo Biennial).

Morocco, Many Eyes, One Vision! is at University of Louisville, Rowan Street Gallery. Listen to LVA’s Artebella On The Radio for an interview that includes curator and photographer Rachid Tagoulla. ( Louisville Photo Biennial).

Vinhay Keo: Dancing in Darkness at Moremen Gallery. ( Louisville Photo Biennial).

Ultimate Things: Madison Cawein at B. Deemer Gallery.

Fake AF: Tammy Burke, Maiza Laurent Hixson, and Thaniel Ion Lee continues at Swanson Gallery.

Jacob Heustis “Beasts Will Be Still There” is at Quappi Projects. Listen to an interview with the artist and Quappi director John Brooks on LVA’s Artebella On The Radio.

Taradiddle continues at the Paul Paletti Gallery. ( Louisville Photo Biennial).

Cultivating Creativity: Photographs by Kevin Rose Schultz at the Kent Mansion Gallery. ( Louisville Photo Biennial).

John Nation & Joe Wolek at Galerie Hertz. ( Louisville Photo Biennial).

Bellarmine University’s McGrath Gallery is showing Enid Generations of Women Sculptors.

Annual Black & White Show is at Kore Gallery.

Don Stevens/FusionFire Glass Art is at Cook Studio & Gallery.

Connecting Community Through Creativity is at Studioworks.

The Triennial continues at KMAC.

Elements Group Show at Kentucky Fine Art Gallery.

ART SHOW: Journey to the Heart is at Lettersong Gallery.

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

Think we are missing something? Let us know:


LVA's Artebella On The Radio: April 4, 2019

Hannah Drake is a true "Rock Star" in the Louisville community, a force to be reckoned with! She was my guest for April 4 on WXOX 97.1 FM/ She is currently part of “Imagined Monuments”, an LVA exhibit for Metro hall that runs through July 12. Tune in at 10am each Thursday to hear Keith Waits talk to artists.


Hannah Drake is a blogger, activist, public speaker, poet, and the author of 9 books. She writes commentary on politics, feminism, and race and her work has been featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine. Hannah has presented at the Idea Festival, curated performances for the Festival of Faiths, partnered with The Louisville Ballet for their Choreographer’s Showcase, and exhibited her visual art and poetry at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft and 1619 Flux. Her poem “Spaces” was selected by the National Academy of Medicine for a national art exhibit about health equity. Hannah was selected as a 2017 Hadley Creative by the Community Foundation of Louisville and Creative Capital and her work has been honored by the Kentucky Alliance of Against Racist and Political Repression. In July of 2017, Hannah Drake was featured on the Tom Joyner Morning Show with Jacque Reid to discuss her movement, “Do Not Move Off The Sidewalk.” In February 2019, Hannah was selected by the Muhammad Ali Center to be a Daughter of Greatness which features prominent women engaged in social philanthropy, activism, and pursuits of justice. Hannah’s message is thought-provoking and at times challenging, but Hannah believes that it is in the uncomfortable spaces that change can take place. “My sole purpose in speaking and writing is not that I entertain you. I am trying to shake a nation.”