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Lexington Art League galleries to reopen to public

Loudoun House galleries to reopen June 11 with changes

Jessamine County students showcasing their talent on social media

Around this time of year, students are preparing for their spring concerts and tons of other talent showcases but because of the COVID-19 pandemic families are stuck at home. That's how the idea of a concert on the porch was born.

Artist, organization behind Lexington mural respond to it being covered

The artist and arts organization behind a controversial new mural in Lexington are speaking out after part of the piece on a West Short Street building was painted over.

Josephine Sculpture Park, Featured Artist Sherwin Rio

Sherwin Rio is a featured artist who is doing a residency at the Josephine Sculpture Park. Learn more about his journey in our latest Hometown Tour.

Mountain Arts Center: Racing, Coal, and Art

Visit the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonburg, KY to tour their performance center coal exhibit, and art center.

Lexington Pride Festival holding design contest

Your art could be seen all over Lexington and beyond. The Lexington Pride Festival is holding a button design contest. 

Fayette Co. students take top honors at art competition

The first-place and special award winners advance to state competition.

Berea College, The Host of Many Berea Attractions

Community outreach is an important aspect of Berea College. Today we talked to several students that are experiencing that part of their education first hand.

Artwork may have water damage after arts center fire

Officials at a Kentucky performing arts center say they're worried about one piece of art that may have been damaged by water during a fire.

Jennifer Lawrence attends arts event in Louisville hometown

Actress Jennifer Lawrence attended an arts ceremony co-hosted by her namesake foundation in her hometown of Louisville.

Lexington artist working on Cynthiana’s third mural

What do The Walking Dead, Joe B. Hall and bourbon have in common? All three are now the subjects of murals in the city.

Josephine Sculpture Park – Fall Arts Festival

The Josephine Sculpture Park - Fall Arts Festival is Sunday, September 10th from 11 am to 6 pm.

Woodland Art Fair celebrates 42nd year

Thousands of people in Lexington took advantage of Saturday's weather at the 42nd annual Woodland Art Fair.

Easy DIY Easter Craft Ideas – Cut & Paste Craft Studio

Ready to celebrate the holidays with some flair? Laurie Evans of Cut and Paste Craft Studio shares some super easy chevron craft projects that will brighten any home for your Easter celebration!

Stonewall fourth-grader a national winner in Japanese art contest

Mary Richardson, has earned first-place honors in a national art contest sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Japanese.

Champ’s Artistic Side to be Displayed at Muhammad Ali Center

When Muhammad Ali wasn't jabbing or dancing in the ring, he sometimes dabbled as an artist.

Tips on Crafting the Perfect Bow – Cut & Paste Craft Studio

Katie Solove & Meteorologist Eric Burke get crafty with Laurie Evans of Cut and Paste Craft Studio, and today she's showing us some simple...

The Art of Printmaking – Bluegrass Printmakers’ Co-op

The mission of the Bluegrass Printmakers' Cooperative is to be a thriving studio in the Lexington area for printmakers to work as well as create a dialogue about prints and art. Today, Stephen & Kelsey in stop by to talk about some upcoming they have for locals to learn the art of printmaking.

PRHBTN Art Festival – Lexington Art League 10-11

Mark Mozingo and John Winters, with the Lexington Art League, tell ABC 36's Melanie Kendall about the PRHBTN (pronounced, 'prohibition,') street art exhibit opening on Thursday, October 13th.

21c Museum Hotel unveils interactive art installation

On Thursday 21c Museum Hotel Lexington unveiled an interactive public artwork installation by Lexington-based artists Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova.

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McConnell uses a Democrat’s quote in first attack ad of general election

The ad features criticisms from newspapers of McConnell's opponent during the June Primary.
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New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.