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ARTS. CULTURAL AFFAIRS. REVIEWS

Kissel Reviews Joan Tanner at the Cressman Center

Exploration into material, form, and process drives Joan Tanner’s donottellmewhereibelong, an exhibition of the artist’s drawings and sculptures made during the last three decades, currently on view at the University of Louisville’s Cressman Center for Visual Arts. Check out this review by Hunter Kissel. 

 

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Lexington considers Matthew Shepard

Music has the "capacity to encompass, transform and transcend tragedy. Powerfully cathartic, it leads us from horror and grief to a higher understanding of the human condition, enabling us to endure” - a Washington Post description of Considering Matthew Shepard, an evocative touring choral drama coming to Transylvania University's Haggin Auditorium (Mitchell Fine Arts Center)on Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 7:30 p.m. Listen to Tom Martin’s conversation with composer Craig Hella Johnson.

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Metzger's template for contemplation 

Matthew Metzger's paintings and sculpture are on view at the Moremen Gallery through October 12th. The gallery, now on West Main Street in Louisville, offers an extraordinary new space to spend time with the artwork - particularly this combination. According to the artist, notes reviewer Joel Darland, the interactions of these paintings and sculptures offer the viewer a template for contemplation. Check it out for yourself.

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Imagine it: judgment-free conversation

It seems unlikely in these charged times, but what if it was possible to hold a conversation in which no one is necessarily right or wrong? That possibility is the message of “You, Me and Rumi”, a multi-cultural collaborative production taking the stage of the Lyric Theater on Oct. 12. Gena Bigler offers full details and a video.

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This is NOT prohibitive! 

It’s October so it’s PRHBTN month in Lexington! This year Lexington street artists have a month-long exhibition in the Lexington Art League’s Loudoun House. Institute 193 opens an exhibition of work by a Kentucky-born artist and provocateur, Stephen Varble, who died in 1984 and whose last exhibition was in the 1970’s. Finally, famed photographer Roger Ballen, whose works includes staged photographic images, like Ralph Eugene Meatyard, lectures at UK.

 
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