I need your help. Nominate someone today for the 3rd annual James S. Welch Sr. Arts Leadership Award. We are in search of one volunteer whose lifelong commitment and ongoing leadership has made a substantial impact on the Arts community.  This is your opportunity to lift up someone who has been serving in a quiet, unrecognized manner promoting the arts. The nomination form is available by clicking on the image below or by simply going to our home page www.fundforthearts.com and clicking on James Welch Sr. at the top. Many thanks to Stoll Keenon Ogden for sponsoring this award with us.

From Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft’s Storytelling as Craft, to WICKED, to the ballet’s Lady of the Camillias we can hear folks tapping into the arts from every corner of the community. All this tapping has inspired me to give away two tickets to Louisville Orchestra’s Dvorak Symphony No. 7.   That’s right!  Simply sign onto Facebook and tell us the title of your all time favorite story. After all… storytelling IS craft.  One winner will be chosen from all entries at random. Check out this week’s video blog. Am I singin’ or dancin’ in the rain?  Or just wearing some snazzy wellies?

Upcoming Events

The Kentucky Opera – October 4th & 5th @ 8:00pm – The Prodigal Son – St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church

The Louisville Orchestra – October 5th @ 8:00 p.m. –  Dvorak Symphony No. 7  – Brown Theatre, Louisville

The Louisville Ballet – October 5th & 6th @8:00pm – Lady of the Camellias – The Kentucky Center for the Arts

Walden Theatre – October 11-20th- The Oresteia– Walden Theatre

Stage One Family Theatre – October 13th & 20th @ 11:00am and 2:00pm- Wiley and the Hairy Man- The Kentucky Center, Bomhard Theatre

Louisville Youth Choir – October 28th @ 3:00pm- Fall Concert – Crescent Hill Baptist Church

Louisville Visual Art Association – Now through October 7- Art Envoy – The Water Tower

Actor’s Theatre – Now through October 31st – Fifth Third Bank’s Dracula

PNC Broadway  Now through October 30th – WICKED – The Kentucky Center

Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft – Now through November 11th- Storytelling as Craft, Chapter One

Just click on the Flickr banner below to check out the photos of the week from the arts community!

 

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

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