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Tuesday, February 22, 2005
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We begin this edition with a sneak peek, as Beau Haddock previews some of the offerings to be showcased at Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2005. The annual Louisville art fair hosts more than 300 exhibitors of fine traditional, folk, and contemporary crafts; two-dimensional visual art; musical recordings; books; and food products. The event also features live musical performances and childrens craft activities. For the 10th time in 11 years, the Southeast Tourism Society has named Kentucky Crafted: The Market as one of the top 20 events in the Southeast.
Next, our cameras tour Flame Run, a studio and gallery that houses a 7,500-square-foot glassblowing facility. Seven glass artists share the space and offer classes in glassblowing, kiln casting, and sand casting. One of Flame Runs resident artists, Brooke Forrest White, recently received the honor of creating the awards given to the winners of the Kentucky Governors Awards in the Arts.
The musical guest for the week is Fort Mitchells Richard Goering, whose exuberant, eclectic guitar music has received enthusiastic responses from audiences in New York, New England, and the Midwest as well as in Spain and Italy. Richard was one of only two American guitarists invited to join musicians from around the world at the 1997 Música en Compostela, a Spanish music festival founded by Andres Segovia. At the Yale School of Music, he won the Harriet Gibbs Fox Memorial Prize and a Charles H. Ditson Scholarship.