Arts in Neighborhoods celebrates art, artists, and arts organizations who make up the unique regions and neighborhoods across Greater Louisville. These events are co-hosted by Fund for the Arts and arts, community, and civic leaders that are local to the regions where each event takes place. Arts in Neighborhoods showcases the art happening right down the street in your own neighborhood, while also encouraging you to explore art in other regions of the community.
All events are free and open to people of all ages.
More details to come!
Date: June 10, 2023
Time: Early afternoon
Location: West Louisville Library Branch; 604 S 10th St, Louisville, KY
RSVP: This event is free and available to all!
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The South Louisville Art Crawl, which took place on April 10, 2022, was the second event of our Arts in Neighborhoods initiative. The Art Crawl took patrons on a trolley tour of the Iroquois, Southside, and Woodlawn neighborhoods as they enjoyed arts experiences from a variety of artists including the Academy of Flamenco Arts, Plein Air Painter, River Lotus Lion Dance, Liberty Tattoo & Art Studio, and so many more! Community members were able to enjoy performances from Kentucky Shakespeare on the trolley while moving from one stop to the next.
All photos were taken by Marvin Young.
“I Am Because We Are” was the first Arts in Neighborhoods event held on February 21, 2022. The event featured several artists and arts groups from Louisville’s West End neighborhoods. Participating artists and groups included AMPED, D.E.S.T.I.N.E.D. Dance Company, Keen Dance Theatre, LaNita Rocknettes School of Dance, Redline Performing Arts, Rheonna Nicole, founder of Lipstick Wars, River City Drum Corps, DoMe, Trip J Band, and Shawn Wade and Artistry of a Dream featuring special guest Grammy Award Winner Christian McBride.
All photos were taken by Jon Cherry.
Header photo taken by Jon Cherry.