Although she didn’t have her first solo show until she was 50, today the still life paintings by Mary Ann Currier of Louisville are coveted by top private and institutional collectors. In a one-hour documentary from 2008, producer/director Guy Mendes tells the story of Currier’s life and art.
Karl falls apart as the Truth Terrorist’s change of direction becomes unbearable. What will be the cost of catching their man? A hair-raising showdown begins.
When an eminent mathematician is killed in a bomb attack, Lewis and Hathaway quickly discover the victim was a notorious philanderer with many enemies. When a bomb is discovered at the home of the victim’s brother, also a mathematician, the case moves in another direction. Then a chemistry professor is murdered. Meanwhile, Lewis’ long-planned trip with his girlfriend is put in jeopardy.
Louisville native Wendy Whelan, who retired in 2014 after a 30-year career with the New York City Ballet, was recently chosen as the national award winner for 2016 Governor's Awards in the Arts. "Wendy Whelan: Moments of Grace" a documentary produced by KET for its Kentucky Muse series, follows her at work at NYCB and on a visit to her hometown.
Louisville native Guy Kemper is one of the most recognized artists in the field of glass art. He has contributed to artistic projects around the world, including the Catholic Memorial at Ground Zero in New York City, the Mount Baker Light Rail Station in Seattle, and at Louisville's Bellarmine University. Kemper, who recently received a 2016 Governor's Award in the Arts, was featured on KET's Kentucky Muse in the documentary"Painting With Glass."
The Affrilachian Poets were recently chosen for the Community Arts Award from the 2016 Governor's Awards in the Arts. KET produced the 2001 documentary "Coal Black Voices" about the group as part of the Kentucky Muse series. Interviewed are poets and founders Frank X Walker (pictured) , Nikky Finney, and Crystal Wilkinson, along with many others.
Despite Louis's suspicions of her, Pamela assists in his escape. After learning that Mr. Masterson is offering a huge reward for Louis’s capture, Lady Cremone wonders if he is covering for Julian. Meanwhile Julian, terrified of leaving London, hides out with Mr. Donaldson.
Photographer Sherman Cahal has a soft spot for places most people have forgotten. An urban explorer, historian and blogger, he documents historic structures, like the Old Crow Distillery in Woodford County, that are abandoned or endangered. Learn more in this Emmy-nominated segment from Kentucky Life.