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L Gnadinger at Quappi Projects
Contributing writer Natalie Weis reviews Gnadinger's solo show at Quappi Projects in Louisville. The exhibition presents "spiritual experiments", works on paper, pieces utilizing textiles, ceramics and metal that speak to the artist's spiritual evolution from their Roman Catholic upbringing to a less formal and more humble acknowledgement of the divine in our everyday lives.
 
LexPhil's Maestro Marathon: Enrico Lopez-Yañez
The Lexington Philharmonic continues its year-long audition for a new maestro with its fourth candidate. Lopez-Yañez is the Principal Pops Conductor of the Nashville Symphony. He will be spending a week in Lexington and on February 21st will conduct a program with a piece by American composer Jennifer Higdon, a Beethoven piano concerto, and Dvorák's Seventh Symphony.
 
A New Approach to Facilitating Cultural Discovery
Contributing writer Savannah Wills digs into the new project of UK School of Art and Visual Studies faculty Dmitry 'Dima' Strakovsky, a curated and crowd-sourced arts and culture calendar for Lexington that features not-quite-mainstream events. Has a fractured arts and culture scene finally found a digital home? Read Wills' take on this new non-for-profit project.
 
Tunis: Larry Cordle's Eastern Kentucky is Always Nearby
Walter Tunis catches up with Cordle, who has won the Bluegrass Songwriter of the Year Award two years in a row. Cordle is opening for fellow Lawrence County native Tyler Childers at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and follows up with shows in Clay City and then Lexington. As is true for Childers and another Lawrence County native, Ricky Skaggs, Cordle continues to find inspiration and stories in his Eastern Kentucky home.
 
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Do you have March 14th circled on your calendar? That's the date for UnderMain's Critical Mass IV, to be held at Lexington's 21C Museum Hotel and featuring Great Meadows Foundation's Critic-in-Residence Kóan Jeff Baysa. The event is free and open to the public. Details coming soon!

We are trying to grow our eyeball numbers. Help us out by letting others know about UnderMain and about signing up for our biweekly UMGram newsletter on our website. Look for a refreshed website design in 2020.

UMRadio will have some new interview pieces about Infinite Industries and Critical Mass IV in the near future on WEKU's Eastern Standard, a weekly radio magazine hosted by our own Tom Martin. Eastern Standard is broadcast three times a week, twice on Thursdays and once on Sundays.

BTW, gloomy and cold February is a great month to visit museums, galleries, and other presenting venues in the region. We can all help grow the arts and culture scene in the region by patronizing these places.

 
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