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Gift to Speed Art Museum to provide free Sunday admission

A gift from Brown-Forman Corp. will enable visitors to see the renovated Speed Art Museum at no charge on Sundays for the next five years.

Lexington student’s art to be featured on Google homepage

A Paul Laurence Dunbar High School student will soon have her art on the Google homepage for hundreds of millions to see, announces the school district.

8 Kentucky arts organizations receive national grants

The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded $200,000 to eight Kentucky arts organizations, part of 1,126 grants awarded nationwide totaling more than $27.7 million.

Controversial Jesus portrait gets colorful company

Faced with a complaint over a hand-drawn portrait of Jesus that has hung on a county courthouse wall for decades, a judge executive has gotten other artists to fill the wall with original art depicting everyone from Snow White to MSNBC television host Rachel Maddow.

Program promoting Kentucky artists accepting applications

The Kentucky Arts Council is accepting applications from artists interested in participating in a program that helps them market their creations.

Mural accidently washed away, art community looks for silver lining

A mural in Lexington, paying tribute to the city’s horseracing heritage, was washed away by accident. But some people in the art community say there is a silvery lining to the mistake.

Chevy Chase Bounces Back After Recent Crime

Local businesses admit the Chevy Chase area hit a few bumps in the road but store owners say it is bouncing back.

Lexington Man Raises Money For An Art Classroom On Wheels

Josh Nadzam, who ran track for UK and graduated from the school, didn't have an easy childhood. Now he is raising money for a classroom on wheels to help kids in similar situations.

Turning humble gourds into imaginative art

They're traditionally used for drinking vessels, birdhouses and the occasional decorative fall spread.

Art Created By Chimpanzees In Contest To Benefit Sanctuaries

Artwork by "Jenny" from the Nicholasville Primate Rescue Center featured

Lexington Art League Offers New Program To Support Local Artists

A new program is inspired by "crop share" programs for fruits and vegetables, except shareholders will receive art.

Woodland Art Fair Returns to Lexington

More than 200 artists are in town for the annual art festival.

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