It may be cold outside but inside our Community Centers kids have been warming up with the Arts.  We are entering our second year of School’s Out=Art’s In! and the results are simply wonderful!  You have to take a moment and watch these kids in action.  Shakespeare, ballet, improv, visual arts, and even moving pictures are some of the Arts children participated in over winter break.  A safe place to go with lessons and moments which can change a life, that’s what this program is all about.  One more round of applause to UPS for sponsoring this winter edition of School’s Out=Art’s In!

Now don’t take my word for it, click below for a two minute video to see these kids in action…

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Upcoming events:

Jan. 7 – Feb 4 The Pirates of Penzance Actors Theatre

Jan. 9 – 19 Best Little Whore House in Texas CenterStage

Jan. 10 Audioptics Performance Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft

Jan. 11 Dvorak “New World” Louisville Orchestra

Jan. 12 Coffee Cantatas Bourbon Baroque

Jan. 14 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Kentucky Center

Jan. 16 & 17 Seductive Serenades Louisville Orchestra

Jan. 18 Crafting Space Symposium Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft

Jan. 18 The Music of John Williams Louisville Orchestra

Jan. 21 Our Town Actors Theatre

Jan. 23 & 24 Schubert’s “Unfinished” Louisville Orchestra

Jan. 24 & 27 Don Giovanni UofL School of Music

Jan. 25 Ellis Hall Louisville Orchestra

Jan. 27 Working on the Wheel with Suzy Hatcher LVAA

Jan. 27 Figure Drawing with Claudia Hammer LVAA

Feb. 1 Music of Disney Louisville Orchestra

Feb. 5 Side-by-Side Louisville Youth Orchestra

Feb. 14 & 16 Romeo et Juliette Kentucky Opera

Feb. 15 Michael Feinstein Louisville Orchestra

Feb. 21 & 22 La Sylphide Louisville Ballet

Feb. 21 – 28 The Glorious Adventures of the Mighty Robin Hood StageOne Family Theatre

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

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

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