This past weekend was one filled with art and fun. I love the fall. All the galleries and museums awaken from their summer slumber and are ready to challenge and inspire artists, art appreciators, and casual vistors alike. Here’s a few shots I took from the LOT art show last week:
Grey Harris interacting with a sculpture reminiscent of a space pod
Local wire sculptor Curtis Anthony, aka Parlaitin discussing something deep and mind-boggling with someone who didn’t make it into my camera frame.
A close-up of one of the ‘Space Moons’ from the exhibit of the same name. Pretty impressive to see what they did in person. It’s a sphere of donated junk. But the lamps on the balls are wired to still give off light…
Last Saturday, I visited the Speed Art Museum on UofL’s campus. They’re closing for an extended period for major renovations and this was the last day they were open. There was a ton of activities planned, with the majority of the activities geard toward children & teens.
The entrance to the Speed Museum was bombed out by graffiti artists. Shoutout to the Speed for letting the street artists do what they do best!
More graf, inside the Speed
Lots of people in the age range of 16-35 say there’s not much to do in Louisville. Our city has a world-class culinary scene and burgeoning art community. Take the road less traveled, step outside the box, and see what’s going on in your city!
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