Enjoy an unforgettable evening of song as Everett McCorvey and performers from the University of Kentucky Opera Theatre and the UK College of Fine Arts perform popular and Broadway music in celebration of the 2014 centennial Kentucky Governor's Mansion.
Philippe de Montebello, the longest-serving director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, discusses his book, "Rendez-vous with Art." He is interviewed by Michael Kimmelman, chief art critic for the New York Times.
The 23 String Band brings feverish youthful energy to the stage during their live performances, as evidenced during their appearance at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park, but don’t be fooled by their age. To hear them play you’d think they had been playing together for decades.
Meet Coury Deeb, who founded Nadus Films in order to share stories “that make a difference.” Our “Throwback Louisville” segment takes a look at Wallace Kelly, a native of Lebanon, Ky., whose prolific work as a photographer, artist and novelist made him a true Renaissance Man. In the studio, Candyce Clifft interviews Christen Boone, the new president and CEO of the Fund for the Arts
Since its founding in 1964, Actors Theatre of Louisville swiftly earned local acclaim before gaining international attention with the organization's signature event, the annual Humana Festival of New American Plays.
"Tobaccolachia," by Steven Middleton, documents the current state of tobacco farming in Eastern Kentucky. Also, a short titled "Skipping Fish Boat School," by Stephen Kertis, profiles a Louisville school that teaches students of all ages how to build boats.
Kentucky has long had a love affair with the visual arts, and the range of works is more expansive than ever. From the traditional arts of basket making and quilt making to experimental works in all media, the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen has been promoting the visual arts for over 50 years.