,Join us for an opening reception to celebrate Hot Yoga Louisville's first art exhibition entitled Cells "small room building blocks."
Jimmy's paintings, hung throughout the space, share his hand-poured acrylic techniques inspired by loss in his life and ultimately exploring the courage "to do".
The exhibition will be Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM at Hot Yoga Louisville,
4414 Shelbyville Road, Suite 201 in Louisville. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
Visit us for our First Annual Summer Art Festival Weekend! With over 20 local artists participating, there will be a wide variety of hand-made artisan products for visitors to view and purchase.
Steel City Pops will be joining the festivities on Saturday, July 20th from 11am to 2pm.
Admission is FREE! Be sure to stop by the kids craft corner!
Dates and Times:
Saturday, July 20, 2019 9am to 6pm
Sunday, July 21, 2019 11am to 4pm
More info can be found here.
It’s February. Is love in the air?
She is one of the most iconic and formidable female superheroes and one of the first black female comic book characters, alongside the debut of Misty Knight, to be created. He is one of the first superheroes of African heritage to become a popular American comic book character. He first debuted in 1966 and finally got his major film debut in 2016 and own movie in 2018. That’s right, Storm and Black Panther!! This will be a Couples night type painting with 2 canvases, but Singles are encouraged to attend as you can choose either character to paint. (Painting preview posting soon)
Join your Nerdium instructor Victoria on February 10th as she leads you through your very own Marvel couple, Storm & Black Panther, inspired painting A Powerful Union! You can sip on one of the delicious cocktails, fine brews, or other offerings by The Bard’s Town.
The class is $30 (tax included) per person for all painting supplies. Payment in advance required to hold your seat(s).** Please click on ticket link to submit payment via PayPal Friends & Family or Venmo username: nerdy1 or Apple Pay via text to business number. Place name of event in Note/memo/text along with names of guests if more than one person. If you’re a winner of a free paint night & want to use it, please send a message or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only 16 spots available!
Please arrive by 5:15pm to get your drinks and food. Class begins at 6pm and lasts approximately 3 hours. The Bard’s Town, 1801 Bardstown Rd., Louisville, KY. 40205. For info info, click here!
Eight artists have interpreted their version of what a hero is through, paint, collage, clay, and ink. Please join us for this spectacular night of heros and heroines. (Pictured: "Honor" by Joseph Mayernik, comprised entirely of two comics Captain America Reborn series. Issues 5 and 6, circa 2010.)
Jonathan Matthews- artist for DC comics
Kevlen Goodner - the Illestrator
Joseph Mayernik - collage artist
Victor Sweatt - muralist and artist
Kerri Horine- abstract artist
Susan E. Brooks- portrait artist
Rene Blansette- illustrator artist
Brandon Jones- illustrator artist
Gallery hours- by appointment only. Please call (502) 345-7207 to schedule an appointment. More information can be found here.
Art Sanctuary Gallery
1433 South Shelby Street
Louisville, KY 40217
Visual AIDS: Alternate Endings, Activist Risings
Saturday, December 1, 1 pm
Alternate Endings, Activist Risings highlights the impact of art in AIDS activism and advocacy today by commissioning compelling short videos from six inspiring community organizations and collectives—ACT UP NY, Positive Women’s Network, Sero Project, The SPOT, Tacoma Action Collective, and VOCAL NY. The program represents a wide range of organizational strategies, from direct action to grassroots service providers to nation-wide movement building, while also considering the role of creative practices in activist responses to the ongoing AIDS crisis.
Alternate Endings, Activist Risings reflects on the persisting urgencies of today’s HIV/AIDS epidemic by pointing to pressing and intersecting political concerns, including HIV criminalization, Big Pharma, homelessness, and the disproportionate effects of HIV on marginalized communities. At a moment of growing interest in the histories of AIDS activism, this program foregrounds contemporary engagements between activists, artists, and cultural workers on the front lines. Program length: 90 minutes. Recommended for 16+.
Co-presented with Volunteers of America Mid-States, Kentuckiana AIDS Alliance, and the Fairness Campaign. This program has been made possible by Visual AIDS.
More information can be found here!