With the Oaks and the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby behind us, we are off and racing toward summer and the close of our 2014 Fund for the Arts Campaign!  Last week I visited with the folks at Jeffboat on the sunny side of Louisville.  We have been sharing stories and inspiring one another!  I just found out my friend at Jeffboat, Gerald Washington, played the violin at Kammerer Middle School.  Why, even our Kentucky Oaks and Derby winners had inspiring stories! What stories do you share to inspire each other?  We want to hear them!

And while I wait for your to email, take a moment to watch our latest ArtSTORY.  From gospel to opera, from Webber to Shakespeare – Gregory Rahming has done it all.  We are so glad he is making his home in Louisville AND making an impact on the youth in our community!

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summer camps

Are you looking for an engaging program to enrich your child’s summer break?  Look no further than the ARTS!  Arts groups around Louisville provide creative activities to keep summer boredom away.  Click through the programs below and get registered today!

Louisville Visual Art Association Summer Art Camps

StageOne Family Theatre’s DramaWorks

Louisville Ballet School Summer Dance

Walden Theatre Summer Programs

Louisville Youth Choir Summer Vocal Camps

Kentucky Shakespeare School’s out, Shakespeare’s in!

Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft Summer Camps

The Speed Art Museum’s Speed About Town Camps

Every Thursday@ 10AM listen to ArtBEAT! streaming live on ARTxFM with Barbara Sexton Smith -> Get the App

Like us on FACEBOOK to stay up-to-date on the latest arts news and ticket information. Together through the arts, we really do create a great American city! 

Barbara Sexton Smith
President & CEO
Fund for the Arts
502-582-0100

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