Since 2008, artist and teacher Churchill Davenport has been working to get the Kentucky School of Art off the ground by raising funds, holding classes and having notable artists come to town for lectures. Now, its agreement with Spalding University will allow it to accept students through an accredited school and provide needed administration services.
Eleven candidates for Louisville mayor spoke at a forum on the arts and culture last night. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. (To listen to the entire forum, click on Listen to the story.) Local businessman Chuck Maisch opened the event recounting how a few business leaders started the Louisville Orchestra in the aftermath of the 1937 […]
A Mayoral Forum on the Arts and Culture takes place tomorrow night. The event will include all 13 candidates running for Louisville mayor. It’s being presented by the Kentucky School of Art along with several other local arts and cultural organizations. School administrative director Kasey Maier says the event was organized to help emphasize the […]