We are celebrating history this month, or should I say HERstory!  It is Women’s History Month and we are honoring the great women who have helped build this vibrant community and mold this incredible nation.  From the great American quilt to bathtubs and beyond, watch this week’s video blog and see how you can celebrate with us!

Barbara Sexton Smith and Isaac Spradlin at Walden Theatre

The 2013 Whittenberg Scholarship form is now available on our website.  This scholarship, made possible in memory of  William Tolbert Whittenberg, is given to gifted students with limited financial support to enable them to pursue advanced study in the performing arts.  Past winners include: Jonathan Demessie, Aqura Lacey, and Nicole Scherzinger.

Apply for the Whittenberg Scholarship TODAY by clicking here.

Upcoming Events:

Now – March 8 Quilters Walden Theatre

Now – March 24 Taking the “S” out of Craft Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft

Now – April 7 37th Humana Festival of New American Plays Actors Theatre of Louisville

Now – May 5 Matthew Ronay Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft

March 8 Spring Concert Louisville Youth Choir

March 10 Psalms  Louisville Master Chorale

March 14 – 15 Saint-Saens Organ Symphony Louisville Orchestra

March 16 Blood, Sweat & Tears Louisville Orchestra

March 16 The BIG GIG Louisville Leopard Percussionists

March 17 Aspiring Artists Louisville Youth Orchestra

March 23 Louisville Youth Choir and MO5AIC

March 24 Redeeming Response Louisville Youth Orchestra

March 25 Voice of the People Louisville Youth Orchestra

March 2829 Music Unwound Louisville Orchestra

March 30 The Indigo Girls Louisville Orchestra

Ongoing Artebella Louisville Visual Art Association

2013/2014 Season Tickets on Sale at the Kentucky Opera

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Barbara Sexton Smith
President & CEO
Fund for the Arts

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