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Lexington artists asked to gather to help save the arts

A call out for all types of artists to gather on Saturday Downtown Lexington, to send a message to city leaders. 

Appalachian Holiday Arts, Hometown Holiday both canceled

Keeping shoppers, vendors save would be too difficult.

Lexington kicks off July with plenty to do

Mark the calendar ow for some things to do.

Lexington-area groups receive arts grants

Total of $215,000 handed out to groups

Experience Art at the Kentucky Artisan Center

The Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea presents exciting exhibits of artisan works and displays that showcase Kentucky's culture, heritage and attractions.

Berea, Experience the Art of Kentucky

Berea, Kentucky has an artisan village and a variety of working artists. This draws regional and national attention to the unique town of Berea.

Lexington NoLi Night Market

Lexington NoLi Night Market

Pioneer Playhouse – Death by Darkness

Pioneer Playhouse located in Danville is Kentucky's Oldest Outdoor Theatre. It was founded in 1950 by Eben C. Henson, and continues to be run by the Henson family. The historic theatre opens on June 9 with a "Kentucky Voices" original play, back by popular demand: Death by Darkness, a mystery set in Mammoth Cave in 1842.

Winchester Beer Cheese Festival

Winchester Beer Cheese Festival

Moms enjoy a day at Mayfest

Hundreds of people soaked up some sun in front of Transylvania University at this year's annual Mayfest Arts Fair.

CKYO Teen Arts Festival-The Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras

Marcello Cormio and Amelia Groetsch sit down with Katie Solove to talk about this year's CKYO Teen Arts Festival. The Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras are...

Run for the Arts 5K – SCAPA

Meteorologist Elise Dolinar talks with Angela Stark, of SCAPA, about "A Run For the Arts 5K" coming up on Sunday, March 19th.

Creative & Affordable Kreations With Karima – Karima’s Kustom Kreations

Still looking for the perfect gift to show that special someone that you love them? Look no further than Karima's Kustom Kreations. Today, Karima stopped by to show off some of her custom & affordable designs that are perfect for any occasions! Here you can check out a few of her fabulous monogram pieces.

Bevin reorganizes Arts Council, executive director resigns

Kentucky Arts Council Executive Director Lori Meadows has resigned the post, and Gov. Matt Bevin has reorganized the board.

It’s official: in last-ditch effort to host 2018 WEG, KY Horse Park bows out

On Friday, The Kentucky Horse Park released a statement saying it will not host the 2018 World Equestrian Games.

Kentucky tourism shows growth in 2015

Kentucky officials say the state's tourism industry had a strong performance in 2015.

The Creative Warehouse opens in Lexington

The Creative Warehouse in Lexington is having its grand opening sale December 3-6 and it is raising money for the Woodford Humane Society.

Kentucky names 2 more ‘Trail Towns’ in tourism program

Kentucky has two more "Trail Towns" added to the program designed to link communities and trail systems and develop them as tourist spots.

Beshear presenting Governor’s Awards in the Arts

Gov. Steve Beshear and other state officials are presenting the Governor's Awards in the Arts on Thursday in Frankfort.

Woodland Arts Fair ready for 40th annual event

Fabulous at 40, says event organizers, the Woodland Art Fair will once again bring some of the nation’s most talented artists to Lexington’s Woodland Park this weekend.

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